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Sunset is the cue for wildlife to emerge: using bat detectors and moth traps discover what creatures are found around Roswell Pits once night has fallen. Previous searches here have revealed good numbers of bats, including Daubenton’s, a large species often viewed skimming over the water. Numerous species of moths have also been recorded, including stunning elephant hawkmoth, beautiful burnished brass
An exhibition exploring the controversial history of taxidermy, from its wonderkammer beginnings to present day.
For more information: www.saffronwaldenmuseum.org
Open Day at Woodston Ponds Nature Reserve as part of the Nene Valley Festival, with guided walks, wildlife trails, wildlife craft activities, displays and plenty more.
Sandon is delighted to welcome local author and RHS award-winning designer Philippa Pearson to open its popular annual fete this year as it celebrates 50 years of Gardeners World.
In keeping with the theme, villagers are invited to enter the gardening competitions with entries for living art, impressive veg, veggie animals, biggest bloom and photographs of their gardens through the seasons as well as the hotly contested best homemade preserve, chutney and jam competitions.
Living Art, Dog Show, Chocolate Fountain, Human Fruit Machine
The action-packed Wandlebury Adventurers’ Club takes place on five consecutive Monday evenings each term and you can sign up for a term (£60) or for an individual session (£14).
As well as the regular crochet courses, we’re delighted to have Alison White back, teaching drawing and painting! Alison is a qualified art teacher and also a very lovely lady & we’ve had fantastic feedback from her courses.
18th, 25th September, 2nd October – 10am – 12.30 pm
15th, 22nd, 29th October – 7 – 9.30pm
To find out more: www.number3royston.co.uk
Royston Health Walks is a social walking group. We are very welcoming and friendly and pride ourselves in being positively inclusive and non-cliquey. We walk at a leisurely pace over Therfield Heath, have a chat and then go for refreshments in the café. Everyone regardless of age, level of fitness and in principle state of health can get something from walking with us. The walks are free and accompanied children and dogs are welcome. For more information contact: 01763 852769 or email@example.com
Every sports club is invited to register with Sport Royston at no cost and participate in its activities.
Over the years Sport Royston has promoted a variety of events, Junior Super Stars, Sports Fayres, Volunteer Awards and an annual Sports Quiz. Meeting two or three times a year in a social environment, participants are able to exchange ideas, share good practice, seek advice on obtaining grant aid and learn of training courses available ’on our doorstep’.
With the support of Sport Royston and our District and County Councillors Fiona Hill and Tony Hunter, who regularly attend meetings, a number of clubs have been able to enhance their facilities. Clubs in membership of Sport Royston automatically receive details from Active North Herts (formerly Sport North Herts) via their website and newsletters.
For more information: 01763 360959
Jean Toussaint Quintet ‘Brother Raymond’. Jean Toussaint tenor sax, Mark Kavuma trumpet, Ashley Henry piano, Daniel Casimir bass, Ben Brown drums.
For this show, Jean Toussaint presents his 11th album as part of his UK tour, ‘Brother Raymond,’ recorded following extensive touring in 2015 and 2016 with his All-Star Roots & Herbs project.
For more information: www.cambridgejazz.org