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Join us for a different walk each week, showing off some of the best views, woodland paths and secret seats in and around Wimpole’s parkland.
For more information visit: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/wimpole
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
Enjoy a gentle walk around the buildings at Wandlebury with one of the wardens and discover some of the history of the fascinating 18th century country estate and stables – the historical seat of the Godolphin family, who gave their name to the ‘Godolphin Arabian’, the ancestor of many modern racing horses.
The Barkway Players will shortly commence rehearsals for their new and original pantomime – Ali, Barbara and the Forty Steves – to be performed in February. Anyone who would like to be involved in the adult cast or backstage is welcome at the meeting – you don’t have to live in Barkway provided you can get to regular Wednesday evening rehearsals.
In the company of the Wildlife Trust’s knowledgeable and entertaining rangers walk the meadows and learn all about the rich variety species found here.
Keep fit and greet the changing of the season by joining our healthy walkers this April for one of our Walking for Health accredited sociable walks around the park. Meet at the Stable Rooms at 10am for a longer walk or 10.30am for a shorter stroll.
Come along and help us to discover all about the abundance of wildlife that thrives at Coton Countryside Reserve. Along the way you’ll learn about some of the creatures that can be found there, and you’ll also be helping us to survey for some that we have yet to find! We especially welcome anyone with identification skills.
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