1. An Introduction to Stone Carving

A course designed for complete beginners to learn how to carve stone with expert tuition.Read more

2. An Introduction to Dowsing

Join author and dowser Maria Wheatley for a great day exploring the ancient art of Dowsing.Read more

3. The Bird Show - A Flap Tastic Family Comedy

The Bird Show uses live music, puppetry and lots of bird puns in a heart-fluttering comedy about conservation, migration, and imagination.Read more

4. All the K's - Birds of New Zealand

An illustrated talk showing the unique bird life of New Zealand.Read more

5. Bird Ringing at Blakehill

A public ringing session at the migration hotspot of Blakehill Farm. Read more

6. Chalk Grassland Wildflower Identification at Coombe Bissett Down

Learn more about the flora of Coombe Bissett Down and improve your identification skills.Read more

7. Salisbury Watch Group - September Family Event

A series of activities for children and families to take part in, all relating to wildlife and nature. Read more

8. Lower Moor Farm Watch - September Family Event

Enjoy a morning at the reserve, taking part in nature based activities; including walks and crafts. Read more

9. Guided Walk: Hazelbury Common

A walk from Box village up to the common, showing off the areas butterflies and wild flowers. Read more

10. Guided Walk: Butterflies and Flowers of Morgan's Hill

A walk around Morgan's Hill, highlighting its notable flowers and butterflies. Read more

11. Salisbury Watch Group - August Family Event

A series of activities for children and families to take part in, all relating to wildlife and nature. Read more

12. Lower Moor Farm Watch - August Family Event

Enjoy a morning at the reserve, taking part in nature based activities; including walks and crafts. Read more

13. Guided Walk: West Yatton Down

A guided walk around the outstanding landscape that is West yatton Down. Read more

14. London Wetland Centre

Visit the urban oasis for wildlife and people in the heart of London. Read more

15. Guided Walk: The Devenish Nature Reserve

A guided walk of The Devenish nature reserve, highlighting its outstanding natural beauty and wildlife. Read more

16. Salisbury Watch Group - July Family Event

A series of activities for children and families to take part in, all relating to wildlife and nature. Read more

17. Flora and Fauna of Seven Fields Meadows

A talk and walk around Seven Fields Meadows, and a visit to Penhill Community Orchard.Read more

18. Lower Moor Farm Watch - July Family Event

Enjoy a morning at the reserve, taking part in nature based activities; including walks and crafts. Read more

19. Guided Walk: Cloatley Meadows

A walk through the stunning hay meadows of the reserve. Full of flowers and butterflies. Read more

20. Riverfly Day

A day dedicated to riverflies with talks and practical tasks highlighting the importance of the riverfly. Read more

21. Hawk Conservatory

Visit the a leading site in raptor conservation. Read more

22. Chalk Grassland Wildflower Identification at Coombe Bissett Down

Learn more about the flora of Coombe Bissett Down and improve your identification skills.Read more

23. Salisbury Watch Group - June Family Event

A series of activities for children and families to take part in, all relating to wildlife and nature. Read more

24. Lower Moor Farm Watch - June Family Event

Enjoy a morning at the reserve, taking part in nature based activities; including walks and crafts. Read more

25. Guided Walk: Clattinger Meadows

A guided walk through the world famous, flower-rich meadows at Clattinger.Read more

26. Guided Walk: Colerne Park

A walk through Colerne Park, highlighting its ancient woodland, downland glades and its fascinating flora and fauna. Read more

27. Snakes & Lizards of Southern England

An illustrated talk on the elusive creatures which can be found throughout the southern counties. Read more

28. Hampton Court Palace & Gardens

Come and see this magnificent former royal palace and its splendid gardens.Read more

29. Guided Walk: Stanton Park to Stratton Wood

A guided walk through the ancient park and woodland of Stanton Park to the new wooded reserve if Stratton Wood. Read more

30. Salisbury Watch Group - May Family Event

A series of activities for children and families to take part in, all relating to wildlife and nature. Read more

31. Guided Walk: The Devenish Nature Reserve

A guided walk of The Devenish nature reserve, highlighting its outstanding natural beauty and wildlife. Read more

32. Wiltshire Living Churchyard 2019 Annual Seminar

A day of talks and churchyard exploration.Read more

33. Lambing at Coombe Bissett

Come see the lambs on our reserve at Coombe Bissett. Read more

34. Lower Moor Farm Watch

Children and their families are invited to spend a morning at the reserve, enjoying nature based activities. Read more

35. Wildlife in Suburbia

An illustrated talk on how to achieve wildlife diversity in modern and modest gardens. Read more

36. Lower Moor Farm Wildlife Watch Group - Forest School Fun

Have a go at fire lighting, den building, tree climbing and some woodland games. Read more

37. Salisbury Family Watch Group - Tadpoles & Willows

Join the Salisbury Watch Group to find frogspawn in the ditches.Read more

38. Coombe Bissett Bird Walk

Learn more about the birds of Coombe Bissett Down and improve your identification skills. Read more

39. Great Bustard Breeding Site Visit

An afternoon visit to Salisbury Plain to see these magnificent birds. Read more

40. Guided Walk: Clattinger Fritillaries

A guided walk to see Clattinger's famous snake's-head fritillaries, followed by tea and cake. Read more

41. Guided Walk: Clattinger Fritillaries

A guided walk to see Clattinger's famous snake's-head fritillaries, followed by tea and cake. Read more

42. Forest Fairies & Woodland Wizards

Make your own woodland fairy or wizard outfit using natural materials found in the woodland. Read more

43. Forest Fairies & Woodland Wizards

Make your own woodland fairy or wizard outfit using natural materials found in the woodland. Read more

44. War to Wildlife

Step back in time and take a guided walk with volunteer reserve warden and RAF Blakehill Farm historian, Vince Povey.Read more

45. Walking Artist

Jane Launchbury an experienced artist and illustrator will lead a walking artist workshop.Read more

46. Book Binding

Under the expert guidance of Trae Watts, you will create two simple albums.Read more

47. Basket Weaving

This one day course will show you how to weave a round potato molly basketRead more

48. Beginners guide to Spoon Carving

Join the heritage craft revolution and try your hand at traditional wooden spoon carving.Read more

49. Beginners Guide to Spoon Carving

Try your hand at traditional wooden spoon carving.Read more

50. Geminids Star Gazing Event

The Geminids are considered to be one of the most spectacular meteor showers.Read more

51. Christmas Wreath Making

Make your own luxury wreath using traditional methods and natural materials.Read more

52. Christmas Wreath Making

Make your own luxury wreath using traditional methods and natural materials.Read more

53. Basket Weaving

This one day course will show you how to weave around potato molly basket. Read more

54. Autumn Orchard Pruning & Maintenance

Join Richard Cripps for a presentation which will cover fruit tree identification.Read more

55. Autumn Orchard Pruning & Maintenance

Join Richard Cripps for a presentation which will cover a range of skills followed by a practical session. Read more

56. Fungi Foray

There will be experts on hand to help identify any fungi finds and to discuss the fascinating world of fungi.Read more

57. Beginners guide to Spoon Carving

Try your hand at traditional wooden spoon carving.Read more

58. Stained Glass Autumn Leaves

Learn about the basic tools and techniques required for copper foiling and practice cutting glass.Read more

59. War to Wildlife

Step back in time and take a guided walk with volunteer reserve warden and RAF Blakehill Farm historian, Vince Povey.Read more

60. Summer Orchard Pruning

Summer pruning of apples and pears is often neglected, this workshop allows you to get on top of the pruning the strong vegetative growth. Read more

61. War to Wildlife

Step back in time and take a guided walk with volunteer reserve warden and RAF Blakehill Farm historian, Vince Povey.Read more

62. Macro Photography

Spend a day photographing the beautiful surroundings of our nature reserves.Read more

63. Macro Photography

Spend a day photographing the beautiful surroundings of our nature reserves.Read more

65. Antarctica - Talk

An illustrated talk by award-winning photography, Alastair Chalmers.Read more

66. Wiltshire Wildlife Part Two: The Flora & Fauna of Wiltshire

Please note change of talk: Flora and Fauna of Wiltshire.Read more

67. Minibus Trip to the Orchid Festival at Kew Gardens

Come and see the 100,000+ orchids on show at this annual festival together with Kew's usual rich display of spring flowers and shrubs.Read more

68. Wildlife along the Kennet & Avon Canal and other waterways

Laura Mullholland has been an ecologist with the Canal & River Trust for 5 years and gives an illustrated talk.Read more

69. The Truth about Elephant Tourism

An illustrated talk by Gemma Annan. Gemma will share her personal experiences of managing an elephant project in northern Thailand.Read more

71. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Join Salisbury Watch Group for fun nature-based activities. Read more

72. Farmland Birds - How to bring them back?

The Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust will outline the massive decline in the number of most farm birds since WW2 and steps that could be taken to reverse this trend.Read more

73. Wildlife in Suburbia

Ian McGuire will give an illustrated talk to show that even a modest garden can have visits from an unexpectedly wide-range of wildlife.Read more

74. Midger Nature Reserve Visit

A spring visit to Gloucestershire woodland reserve with early purple orchids and visiting warblers.Read more

75. Spring in Ravenroost Wood

A walk in delightful Ravensroost Wood at the most colourful time of year.Read more

76. St Giles Living Churchyard Project

Come and find out how sacred land can be managed to sustain a natural abundance of flora and fauna.Read more

77. Jaguars and Giant Tortoises Talk

An illustrated talk by renowned natural world photographer, Robert Harvey on South American wildlife and habitats.Read more

78. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Join the Salisbury Watch group for lots of fun nature-based activities. Read more

79. Wildlife Of Finland Talk

Finland is not generally considered a wildlife hotspot, but Helen and Philip will open your eyes with this talk. Read more

80. Level 3 Certificate in Forest School Programme Support (QCF)

The NOCN Level 3 Certificate in Forest School Programme Leadership is designed for learners seeking the knowledge and skills required to lead groups outdoors; or for those wanting to develop their own Forest School programmes. Read more

81. Drews Pond wood and the Devizes area

Join us for an enchanting walk around Drews pond wood. Read more

82. Spring in Ravensroost Wood

Join us for a delightful stroll around Ravensroost Wood. Read more

83. A bird walk around Coate Water

Join us for a winter bird walk around Coate Water Park.Read more

84. Snowdrops at Twigs

Come and see the Twigs display of Snowdrops as a result of the 10,000 mixed variety planting in 2016. The Twigs cafe will be open afterwards for refreshments.Read more

85. Lower Moor Farm Wildlife Watch - Christmas Party!

Join the Lower Moor Farm wildlife watch group for some Christmas activities. Read more

86. Beginners Basket Weaving

This one day course will show you how to weave a traditional round potato molly basket.Read more

87. Amphibians & The Great Crested Newt

A talk by Ellie Jones, Reserves Officer North on amphibians and the great crested newt. Read more

88. Whales and Dolphins

An illustrated talk from the Chippenham-based Whale and Dolphin Society.Read more

89. A Beginners Guide to Spoon Carving

This is a great course for beginners or people looking to brush up on their carving skills.Read more

90. Tree Planting Day

Drop-in and get hands on at your local nature reserve. Read more

91. Gardening for Wildlife Talk

An illustrated talk by Jacky Thomas on how to garden in an environmentally-friendly manner and how to encourage wildlife to flourish.Read more

92. Salisbury Family Watch Group - Coombe Bissett Down visit

Come along for a morning's explore of Coombe Bissett Down with Project Officer, Melissa Spiers. Read more

93. Migration Watch - Sunday

Early booking is advised on these ever-popular walks led by Nick Adams. Morgan's Hill is a great place to watch migration...Read more

94. St Julian's Wood Wildlife Watch Group

Join the St Julian's Wood watch group for woodland games and shelter building. Read more

95. Butterfly and moth identification workshop

Join Maurice Avent of Butterfly Conservation for a half day discovering butterflies and moths. Get up close to the moths in the morning then find the butterflies on the wing as we walk. Learn key identification features to help you identify butterflies and moths. This is a great start to develop your surveying skills or just a great day to increase your wildlife knowledge. Refreshments provided. Booking Essential. Read more

96. Late Wildflower Course

A morning of late wildflower identification with Dominic Price. This is a fabulous and fun day expanding your knowledge of local flora. Learn all about our Chalk specialists at Coombe Bissett Down. Tea, coffee and biscuits provided. Booking Essential. Read more

97. Bumblebee Identification and surveying

Join our Bumblebee identification course with Marc Taylor. This is a great chance to learn your local pollinators! With bees in a tough situation lately it’s great to record them in your garden or local nature reserve. Light lunch provided. Booking Essential.Read more

98. Butterflies and Moths - Lower Moor Farm Watch Group Meeting

Join the Lower Moor Farm Watch Group to discover how to attract butterflies to the garden and to identify moths with help from expert Michael. Read more

99. St Julian's Wood Watch Group

Join the St Julian' Wood Watch Group for pond dipping, woodland games and rock painting. Read more

100. Salisbury Family Watch Group - Sweep netting & Code breaking

Join Salisbury Family Watch Group at Coombe Bissett Down where they will be doing some sweep netting and code breaking. Read more

101. Wildflower seed collecting

Join us at Coombe Bissett to get hands-on with seed collection and plant pot painting. Learn more about the flowers of Coombe Bissett down, collect valuable wildflower seed for the future and take your own planted wildflower home. Booking essential.Read more

102. Instameet at Lower Moor

Join Wiltshire Wildlife Trust and Igerswiltshire for an instameet at Lower Moor nature reserve. Read more

103. Migration Watch

Nick Adams will lead a leisurely watch up Morgan's Hill for a migration watch. Early booking is advised. Read more

104. Strange, Bizarre and True: Tales from the natural world

A talk filled with fascinating and almost unbelievable facts across the broad spectrum of the natural world.Read more

105. A Wildlife Haven in Suburbia

This talk takes you on Ian's journey to create a wildlife haven for as many types of wildlife as possible with quite staggering results.Read more

106. A Wildlife Haven in Suburbia

This talk takes you on Ian's journey to create a wildlife haven for as many types of wildlife as possible with quite staggering results.Read more

107. A Wildlife Haven in Suburbia Part 2

This talk takes you on Ian's journey to create a wildlife haven for as many types of wildlife as possible with quite staggering results.Read more

108. Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre Talk

Oak and Furrows operate a 24 hour wildlife rescue service, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. Their aim is to provide care for wild animals in need so that they can be returned to the wild fit and healthy for a second chance. Read more

109. Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre Talk

Oak and Furrows operate a 24 hour wildlife rescue service, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. Their aim is to provide care for wild animals in need so that they can be returned to the wild fit and healthy for a second chance. Read more

110. A Wildlife Haven in Suburbia - Part 2

This talk takes you on Ian's journey to create a wildlife haven for as many types of wildlife as possible with quite staggering results.Read more

111. Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre Talk

Oak and Furrows operate a 24 hour wildlife rescue service, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year. Their aim is to provide care for wild animals in need so that they can be returned to the wild fit and healthy for a second chance. Read more

112. An Evening Walk around Oysters Coppice

This event has been cancelled due to slippery ground conditions and poor lighting. Read more

113. Caen Hill Locks Wildlife and Bat Walk

Come along to hear how the Canal & River Trust care for Caen Hill Locks before some bat identification. Read more

114. Winter Birdwatching at Swindon Lagoons

November is a great time to see winter migrants at Swindon Lagoons, especially the two snipe species.Read more

115. Oak and Furrows Rescue Centre Talk

An illustrated talk by an officer from the local wildlife rescue centre telling us how they care for wildlife casualties and release them back into the wild.Read more

116. Wildlife in Suburbia - Part One

Ian McGuire spent many years creating a wildlife haven in a 1960s suburban estate garden.Read more

117. Salisbury Watch Group - Flower & Butterflies at Parsonage Down

Learn all about the flowers and butterflies at Parsonage Down Nature Reserve. Read more

118. Invitation to contribute to the South West Invasive Non-Native Species Management Plan

If you visit or use the rivers, lakes and estuaries in the South West (including Wiltshire, Bristol and Bournemouth) we are asking for your input. Read more

119. Butterflies at Barbury Castle

A guided walk around the hillfort of Barbury Castle to see the butterflies.Read more

120. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Wildlife activities aimed at children aged 4-11 and their parents.Read more

121. Forests as old as time

Expert photographer Graham Lenton will give an illustrative talk showing the wildlife and especially birds he was able to capture on film while visiting the ancient forests of Malaysia. Read more

122. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group

Join our Lower Moor Farm Watch Group for some nature-related activities.Read more

123. Reptiles and Amphibians Talk

An illustrated talk by Ellie Jones. Read more

124. Look Who's Back! Restoring our lost carnivores to southern Britain talk

A talk by Johnny Birks on native mammal species. An interesting and thought-provoking start to the season’s meetings.Read more

125. Minibus Trip to the Great Bustard Group

An afternoon visit to Salisbury Plain to see these magnificent birds.Read more

126. The Wildlife of Hawaii and Midway

Expert photographer, Philip Mugridge will explore the colourful wildlife of these mid-Pacific islands. Read more

127. Bird Ringing at Blakehill Farm

Braydon Forest ringer, Simon Tucker holds a public ringing session at migration hotspot, Blakehill Farm.Read more

128. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group

Join our Lower Moor Farm Watch Group for some nature-related activities. Read more

129. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Wildlife activities aimed at children aged 4-11 and their parents.Read more

130. Langford Lakes Watch Group Meeting

Come and celebrate the apple. Read more

131. Fungus Foray in Ravensroost Wood

Find out more about the fascinating world of fungi. Read more

132. St Julian's Wood Watch Group

A new Watch group for children and their parents is hoping to launch in South Marston! Read more

133. Spoon Whittling at St Julians Community Woodland

Join us for an introduction to spoon whittling - great for beginners. Read more

134. Spoon Whittling at Green Lane Wood

Join us for an introduction to spoon whittling - perfect for beginners. Read more

135. Gloucester Road Allotment Open Day

WWT estates officer, Matt Callaway will be giving a talk on our local nature reserves and their wildlife. Read more

136. Salisbury Wildlife Watch Group

Saturday 16 June, 10 am. Laverstock.Read more

137. Wildlife Watch Group - Lower Moor Farm

Saturday 9 June, 10 am. Ravensroost Wood. Read more

138. Pond Dipping and Mini Raft Building

Discover the fascinating pond life and set sail to your own handmade pond mini raft.Read more

139. Pond Dipping and Mini Raft Building

Discover the fascinating pond life and set sail to your own handmade pond mini raft.Read more

140. Easter Fun

Complete a nature themed treasure trail to earn your chocolate egg!Read more

141. Children's Bushcraft Taster

The camp paints will be out and you will learn to make your own bow and arrows, and how to build a survival shelter. SOLD OUT! Read more

142. Children's Bushcraft Taster

The camp paints will be out and you will learn to make your own bow and arrows, and how to build a survival shelter. SOLD OUT! Read more

143. Family Nature Camping Package

Ever fancied camping in the wild? Now’s your chance with our wildlife camping experiences. Your experience will involve three days of complete nature emersion by camping in the heart of our nature reserves. Read more

144. Gemenids Star Gazing Evening

The Geminids are considered to be one of the most spectacular meteor showers. Wrap up extra warm and bring a blanket and chairs if you wish. Includes stories of the constellations. Warm yourself up with a beef or veggie stewRead more

145. Pumpkin Carving

Carve you very own terrifying pumpkin and enjoy some toasted pumpkin seeds and a gory Halloween punch. Read more

146. Pumpkin Carving

Carve you very own terrifying pumpkin and enjoy some toasted pumpkin seeds and a gory Halloween punch. Read more

147. Yoga and Wellbeing Day

Awaken to the powerful and spiritual practice of appreciating nature’s beauty through yoga on one of our tranquil nature reserves. Suitable for beginners. Yoga, meditation, mindfulness nature walk and vegan buffet. Read more

148. Yoga and Wellbeing Day

Awaken to the powerful and spiritual practice of appreciating nature’s beauty through yoga on one of our tranquil nature reserves. Suitable for beginners. Yoga, meditation, mindfulness nature walk and vegan buffet. Read more

149. Hazel Hurdles Workshop

Try your hand at learning the Old English method of creating hazel hurdles. Learn the technique and test your strength by making your own. Read more

150. Hazel Hurdles Workshop

Try your hand at learning the Old English method of creating hazel hurdles. Learn the technique and test your strength by making your own. Read more

151. Needle Felted Robin Workshop

Make your very own needle felted Christmas robin decorations with textile artist Helen Shields. Lunch included. Read more

152. Build your own bird table

Learn how to make your own wooden bird table, an ideal gift to give someone for Christmas or as a gift to nature! Read more

153. Orchard Pruning and Maintenance

Join Richard Cripps for a presentation which will cover fruit tree identification, tool selection, visual health checks, feeding fruit trees, mowing regimes and recognising problems. Followed by a practical session in the orchard.Read more

154. Orchard Pruning and Maintenance

Join Richard Cripps for a presentation which will cover fruit tree identification, tool selection, visual health checks, feeding fruit trees, mowing regimes and recognising problems. Followed by a practical session in the orchard.Read more

155. Stained Glass Autumn Leaves Workshop

Learn to make a beautiful and colourful autumnal piece of stained glass art to take home with you. Lunch included.Read more

156. Walking Artist Workshop

Jane Launchbury, an experienced artist and illustrator, will lead a 'walking artists' workshop. You will be introduced to sketching to capture the essence, movement and energy of the natural world. Lunch included.Read more

157. Botanical Illustrations Workshop

This workshop will concentrate on observation and drawing skills using local flora with a watercolour demonstration and painting session. Lunch included.Read more

158. Botanical Illustrations Workshop

This workshop will concentrate on observation and drawing skills using local flora with a watercolour demonstration and painting session. Read more

159. War To Wildlife - Remembering Arnhem at Blakehill Farm

We are offering visitors the chance to join Volunteer Reserve Warden and RAF Blakehill Farm Historian, Vince Povey, for a tour of the former airfield and learn about its fascinating history.Read more

160. Visit to Great Bustard Release Site

You can visit the reintroduction project at its home in the rolling Wiltshire countryside. The Great Bustards are wild and free-flying...Read more

161. Lakeside Summer Activities - Tuesday

Lakeside is delighted to announce that we will be opening our gates over the summer for a week of activity daysRead more

162. Lino Printing - Fully Booked

Gemma is a Salisbury artist who will lead us for a day of lino printing inspired by the reserve. You can create your own unique lino prints from sketches or objects for framing or making into cards. Read more

163. Spoon Carving

Join local artist, Tamsin Whinton at Coombe Bissett village hall for a day of spoon whittling. Learn how to use wood carving tools, creating a beautiful and practical piece to take away. All resources provided.Read more

164. An Introduction to Whittling Evening

Join local artist Tamsin Whinton at Coombe Bissett Village Hall for an evening's introduction to whittling. Read more

165. Nature Painting with Charlotte Moreton

Local artist, Charlotte Moreton will be running a painting class using inspiration from the reserve. Materials like acrylic, watercolour and charcoal provided. Appropriate paper/boards can be purchased at cost on the day or bring your own! Read more

166. Wiltshire Living Churchyard 2018 Annual Seminar

Saturday 12 May, 10 am. Royal Wootton Bassett Read more

167. Winter Willow and Crafts

This event has been cancelled. Read more

168. Friends of Coombe Bissett Down meet

Join us at the Coombe Bissett and Homington Village Hall to partake in some mulled wine, music and musing over the project so far.Read more

169. An Autumn discovery walk

A moderate walk across the reserves steep slopes exploring the wildlife, restoration conservation and history of this important site. Look for tracks and signs of autumn life, spot birds coming in for winter and see the exciting new work taking place. Booking Essential. Read more

170. Summer discovery walk

A relatively easy walk for a range of abilities learning more about the wildlife, restoration conservation and history of the landscape. Read more

171. Coombe Bissett Down Celebration Event

Come and celebrate the chalk downland habitat, with crafts, games, guided walks and much more this is an exciting time to discover something new at Coombe Bissett Down. Read more

172. Friends of Coombe Bissett Down meeting

Tuesday 12 June, Coombe Bissett DownRead more

173. May Half Term Minibeast Madness

Wednesday 30 May, Coombe Bissett Down FULLY BOOKEDRead more

174. Calne Heritage Week - Guided Walk at Morgan's Hill Reserve

Join reserve warden, Nick Self, for a guided walk at Morgan's Hill. Read more

175. Lower Moor Farm Wildlife Watch Group - Birds close up!

Saturday 21 April, 9am. Lower Moor Farm. Read more

176. Salisbury Wildlife Watch Group- Newborn Lambs

Saturday 14 April, 10am. SalisburyRead more

177. Cracking the Coombe Bissett Code

Friday 6 April, 10.30am, Coombe Bissett DownRead more

178. Wildlife on the Kennet & Avon Canal

Laura Mullholland has been working as an ecologist for the Canal & River Trust for 5 years. Come along to hear her explain how the charity cares for many of Britain’s waterways and listen to her tell some of the stories about the wildlife encountered along the way.Read more

179. Wildlife on the Kennet & Avon Canal

Laura Mullholland has been working as an ecologist for the Canal & River Trust for 5 years. Come along to hear her explain how the charity cares for many of Britain’s waterways and listen to her tell some of the stories about the wildlife encountered along the way.Read more

180. Nature Art

A day for budding young artists to enjoy creating collages, painting and clay work in nature. Read more

181. Minibus Trip to the Hawk Conservancy Trust

This is a leading site for raptor conservation. Probably the best site in southern England to see raptors in flight.Read more

182. Visit to Browns Folly Reserve

Avon Wildlife Trust reserve on Wiltshire border. Good for woodland and grassland species, geological interest and spectacular views. Read more

183. Scavenger Hunt

Calling all nature detectives! Join us for the ultimate nature scavenger hunt in the wild. Read more

184. Scavenger Hunt

Calling all nature detectives! Join us for the ultimate nature scavenger hunt in the wild. Read more

185. Cliveden House and Gardens Minibus Trip

Minibus will leave Boroughfields car park at 9am for a visit to this impressive National Trust property which overlooks the Thames near Maidenhead in Berkshire. Read more

186. Small Mammal Recording

Guided walk and talk while identifying and measuring pre-trapped small mammals. Read more

187. Guided Walk: Ravensroost and Distillery

Guided walk around Wiltshire Wildlife Trust’s reserve. Read more

188. Celebrate National Meadows Day

Come along to Rivermead Community Reserve in Swindon and celebrate National Meadows Day. Read more

189. Butterflies and Moths - Lower Moor Farm Watch Group Meeting

CANCELLED. Take part in some summer fun at this month's Watch Group meeting.Read more

190. Guided Walk around Helen Browning's Eastbrook Organic Farm

Walk visiting animals and crops on organic farm. Read more

191. Minibus Trip to Cotswold Vale Alpacas

Minibus will leave Boroughfields car park at 10am for a visit to this alpaca breeding centre, near Evesham. Read more

192. Pewsey Downs Walk

Pewsey Downs National Nature Reserve is one of the finest remaining areas of Wiltshire’s iconic chalk downland habitat. Read more

193. An Evening Stroll at Morningside Farm

An opportunity to spend the evening strolling through the meadows. Many of the wildflowers will be on display at this time, so please bring along cameras. Fully Booked! Read more

194. National Moth Night at Morningside Farm

An opportunity to view some of the moths found on this site. This will all be new discoveries as we have never explored the site after dark before.Read more

195. Visit to Scratchbury Hill

Walk over an expanse of chalk downland on the edge of Salisbury Plain.Read more

196. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group Meeting

Go on a woodland walk at this month's Watch Group meeting. Read more

197. Guided Walk: Clattinger Meadows

A guided walk around the world-famous flower-rich meadows at Clattinger. Read more

198. Guided Walk: The Devenish

Expect spectacular views, lovely wildflowers, bright butterflies and keep your fingers crossed for other interesting wildlife.Read more

199. Guided Walk: Clattinger Meadows

Thursday 31 May, 10am, Lower Moor FarmRead more

200. Insects at Morningside Farm

Saturday 26 May, Morningside Farm, nr Royal Wootton BassettRead more

201. Minibus Trip to The Great Bustard Group

Sunday 20 May, leave Royal Wootton Bassett 12.30pmRead more

202. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 19 May, 10am-12noon, Lower Moor FarmRead more

203. Moth Evening at Penn Wood

Friday 18 May, dusk-midnight, Penn WoodRead more

204. Illustrated Talk by Arthur Kingdom

Tuesday 15 May, 7.30pm, Royal Wootton BassettRead more

205. Dragonfly Walk at Lower Moor Farm

Sunday 13 May, 1pm-4pm, Lower Moor FarmRead more

206. Langford Lakes Watch Group

Sunday 6 May, 2pm-4pm, Langford LakesRead more

207. Migration Watch at Morgan's Hill

Start your weekend with a stroll led by local expert, Nick Adams up to Morgan’s Hill on a search for the signs of spring. At this time of year migrating birds will be arriving and passing landmarks such as Morgan’s Hill. The walk will last approximately 2 hours. Morgan’s Hill is steep in places. Binoculars would be very useful (and cameras to capture the amazing views!).Read more

208. Langford Lakes Volunteer Open Day

Join us for a taster session in practical conservation and learn about other volunteering opportunities across the county. No experience required. Bring a packed lunch and sturdy footwear. Gloves and tools will be provided.Read more

209. Visit to Sapperton Valley Nature Reserves

Saturday 28 April, 2pm, Sapperton, GloucestershireRead more

210. Lower Moor Farm Volunteer Open Day

Thursday 26 April, 10am-3pm, Lower Moor FarmRead more

211. Guided Walk: Clattinger Fritillaries

Wednesday 25 April, 10am, Lower Moor FarmRead more

212. Thailand Elephant Rescue Talk

Tuesday 24 April, 7.30pm, Royal Wootton BassettRead more

213. Minibus Trip to the Barn Owl Centre

Sunday 22 April, meet at Royal Wootton BassettRead more

214. Foraging with Archaic Revival

Sunday 22 April, 10am-12noon, Stanton Park, SwindonRead more

215. Guided Walk: Clattinger Fritillaries

Sunday 22 April, 10am, 12noon, 2pm and 4pm, Lower Moor FarmRead more

216. Guided Walk: The Devenish

Saturday 21 April, 2pm, The DevenishRead more

217. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 21 April, 10am-12noon, Lower Moor FarmRead more

218. Wiltshire Chalk Streams Project

Wednesday 18 April, 7.30pm, ChippenhamRead more

219. Migration Watch at Morgan's Hill

Saturday 14 April, 9am, Morgan's HillRead more

220. A Beginner's Guide to Spoon Carving

Friday 13 April, 10am-4pm, Green Lane WoodRead more

221. A Beginner's Guide to Spoon Carving

Thursday 12 April, 10am-4pm, Ravensroost WoodRead more

222. Spiders and other friends of mine

Wednesday 11 April, 7.30pm, East KnoyleRead more

223. Marvellous Moths

Monday 9 April, 7.30pm, WarminsterRead more

224. Langford Lakes Watch Group - Pond dipping

Saturday 7 April, 2pm-4pm, Langford LakesRead more

225. Wildlife on the Kennet & Avon Canal

Wednesday 4 April, 7.30pm, Salisbury MuseumRead more

226. Salisbury Wildlife Watch Group Meeting- Saving Tadpoles

Saturday 10 March, 10am. River Bourne Community Farm. Read more

227. Big Wild Weekend - Nature Taster!

As part of our #30DaysWild campaign in June, join us for a nature taster day! Read more

228. Let's Get Sticky! Blackmoor Copse

Thursday 31 May, 10 am. Blackmoor Copse.Read more

229. Let's Get Sticky! Jones's Mill

Wednesday 30 May, 10 am. Jones's Mill. Read more

230. Easter Fun! At Ravensroost.

Thursday 5 April, 10 am. Ravensroost Wood. Read more

231. Easter Fun! At Smallbrook Meadows

Wednesday 4 April, 10 am. Smallbrook Meadows.Read more

232. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting - Have you seen a heron nesting?

Saturday 10 February, 10 am. Riverbourne Community Farm. Read more

233. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group - Springtime Planting

Saturday 10 March, 10 am. Lower Moor Farm.Read more

234. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group - Birdwatching

Saturday 24 February, 10 am. Lower Moor Farm.Read more

235. Langford Lakes Watch Group Meeting: Bird Box Making

Saturday 17th February, 2pm. Langford Lakes. Read more

236. Jones's Mill Wassail!

Sunday 11 February, 3.30pm. Jones's Mill. Read more

237. River Guardians - Elizabeth Hall, Tisbury

Monday 26 February Elizabeth Hall, Tisbury River Guardians Training EventRead more

238. Volunteer Day at Cockey Down

Saturday 20 January, 10 am. Cockey Down. Read more

239. Langford Lakes Watch Group Meeting: Signs of Spring

Saturday 24 March, 2pm. Langford Lakes. Read more

240. Langford Lakes Watch Group Meeting: The Big Winter Snooze

Saturday 20 January, 2pm. Langford Lakes. Read more

241. Go Wild For Birds! Vincients Wood

Wednesday 14 February, 10am. Vincients Wood. Read more

242. Spring Crafts, Cakes & Coffee

Saturday 17 March, 11.00am. CalneRead more

243. Go Wild For Birds!

Tuesday 13 February, 10am. The Devenish. FULLRead more

244. Langford Lakes Pop-up Cafe

Sunday 11 March, 10.30am. Langford Lakes. Read more

245. Langford Lakes Pop-up Cafe

Saturday 24 February, 10.30am. Langford Lakes. Read more

246. Langford Lakes Pop-up Cafe

Sunday 21 January 2018, Langford Lakes. CANCELLEDRead more

247. Salisbury Wildlife Watch Group

Saturday 13 January, 10am. River Bourne Community Farm.Read more

248. "Wild Thing" a talk by Oak and Furrows

Thursday 11 January 2018, 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Calne Methodist Church. Read more

249. Lower Moor Farm- Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 13 January, 10.00am. Lower Moor FarmRead more

250. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 9 December 10am, Salisbury.Read more

251. Mitigating human-elephant-conflict without turning elephants into enemies

Monday 11 December 7.30pm. Warminster Civic CentreRead more

252. Langford Lakes Wildlife Watch Group Christmas Meeting

Saturday 16 December, 2.00pm. Langford Lakes.Read more

253. Homemade Xmas Crafts: Cricklade

Wednesday 29 November, 10.00am. Cricklade.Read more

254. Homemade Xmas Crafts: Royal Wootton Bassett

Thursday 30 November, 10.00am. Royal Wootton BassettRead more

255. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group Christmas Meeting

Saturday 9 December, 10.00am. Lower Moor Farm.Read more

256. Salisbury Watch Group Christmas Meeting

Saturday 9th December, 10.00am. SalisburyRead more

257. National Lottery Thank You & Christmas Pop-up Cafe

Sunday 17 December, 10.00am. Langford Lakes.Read more

258. Winter Bird Watching Day- Langford Lakes Watch Group

Saturday 18 November, 2pm. Langford Lakes.Read more

259. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting- November

Saturday 11th November, 10.00am. LaverstockRead more

260. Harvest Mouse Survey

Sunday 12 November, 9am, Malmesbury.Read more

261. Wiltshire Spider Group Meeting

Saturday 27 January 2018, 10.00am. DevizesRead more

262. Alpacas on my Mind

Tuesday 27 March, 7.30pm. Royal Wootton Bassett. Read more

263. Minibus Trip to Kew Gardens

Sunday 25 March, 9am. Meet at Boroughfields Car Park, Royal Wootton BassettRead more

264. Bird Ringing with Simon Tucker

Saturday 24 March, 9am. Clouts Wood, WroughtonRead more

265. Discover Costa Rica

Wednesday 21 March, 7.30pm. Chippenham. Read more

266. A Talk by the Real Farming Trust

Monday 12 March, 7.30pm. Warminster Civic Centre. Read more

267. Beginners Greenwood Workshop

Friday 9 March, 10am. Lower Moor Farm, Oaksey. Read more

268. Wiltshire's Wildlife Rich Reserves

Tuesday 6 March, 7.30pm. The Assembly Rooms, Malmesbury. Read more

269. The Diversity of Wildlife in Wiltshire

Tuesday 27 February, 7.30pm. Royal Wootton Bassett. Read more

270. Winter Bird Fair

Saturday 24 February, 10am. Langford Lakes reserve. Read more

271. Garden Birds

Wednesday 21 February, 7.30pm. Chippenham. Read more

272. Minibus Trip to see Snowdrops at Waterperry Gardens

Sunday 18 February, 9am. Meet at Boroughfields Car Park, Royal Wootton Bassett. Read more

273. The 'Circle of Life' - and Our Place In It

Monday 12 February, 7.30pm. Warminster Civic Centre. Read more

274. Black, White, Grey and Gold in Finland

Tuesday 30 January, Royal Wootton BassettRead more

275. Minibus Trip to Slimbridge

Sunday 28 January, 9.30am. Departs Boroughfields Car Park, Royal Wootton Bassett. Read more

276. Fire by Friction

Thursday 25 January, 10am. Vincents Wood, Chippenham. Read more

277. A Bird Walk Around Coate Water

Saturday 20 January, 10am. Coate Water, SwindonRead more

278. Wiltshire Wildlife and UK Rewilding

Wednesday 17 January, 7.30pm. St Peter's Church Hall, Chippenham. Read more

279. Autumn in the Scilly Isles

Monday 8 January, 7.30pm. Warminster Civic Centre. Read more

280. Water Meadows

Wednesday 20 December, 7.30pm. St Peter's Church Hall, Chippenham. Read more

281. Christmas Robin Needle Felting

Wednesday 13 December, 10am. Blakehill Farm, Cricklade. Read more

282. Snow Leopards

Tuesday 12 December, 7.30pm. The Memorial Hall, Royal Wootton Bassett. Read more

283. Restoring Wiltshire's river and habitats

Wednesday 6 December, 7.30pm. Salisbury Museum. Read more

284. Can we restore native mammal predators to Britain?

Tuesday 28 November, 7.30pm. The Memorial Hall, Royal Wootton Bassett. Read more

285. A Wildlife Haven in Suburbia

Tuesday 28 November, 7.30pm. St Andrew's Church, Devizes. Read more

286. Minibus Trip to London Wetland Centre

Sunday 26 November, departs Boroughfields Car Park, Royal Wootton Bassett, 9amRead more

287. Halloween at Lakeside!

Friday 20 October, 3.30pm. Lakeside at Lower Moor Farm. Read more

288. Pumpkins & Broomsticks

Friday 27 October, 10am - 12pm Biss Wood. FULLY BOOKED!Read more

289. Apple Day at Devizes & Roundway Orchard

Saturday 14th October 1 pm, Devizes & Roundway Orchard.Read more

290. Meet a Barn Owl

Thursday 16 November, 7.30pm, Calne. Read more

291. Manas Tiger Reserve

Wednesday 15 November, 7.30pm, ChippenhamRead more

292. The World of Woodpeckers

Monday 13 November, 7.30pm, Warminster. Read more

293. We're Going on a Worm Hunt

Sunday 12 November, 10am. Jones's Mill, Pewsey. CANCELLEDRead more

294. Fungus Foray in Ravensroost Wood

Saturday 11 November, 10.30am. Ravensroost Wood, Malmesbury. Read more

295. Hazel Hurdle Making

Thursday 9 November, 10am. Ravensroost Wood, Malmesbury. Read more

296. Brown Hairstreak Egg Count

Saturday 28 October, 11am. The Devenish, Salisbury. CANCELLEDRead more

297. The Life and Times of the Brown Hare

Tuesday 24 October, 7.30pm. Royal Wootton Bassett. Read more

298. Simply Bees

Wednesday 18 October, 7.30pm. Chippenham. Read more

299. Apple Pressing

Sunday 15 October, 11am. Jones's Mill, Pewsey. Read more

300. An Afternoon of Foraging

Sunday 24 September, 2pm-4pm Langford LakesRead more

301. Introduction To Stone Carving

Wednesday 11 October 11.00am, Langford Lakes. FULL.Read more

302. Wiltshire Wildlife

Monday 9 October 7.30PM, Warminster.Read more

303. A Wildlife Haven in Suburbia

Wednesday 4 October 7.30pm, East Knoyle. Read more

304. Hedgehogs

Ben Williams will introduce you to the wonderful world of hedgehogs. Based at the University of Reading, Ben deploys amazing ink traps to capture the footprints of our prickly friends. Read more

305. Autumn Spider Hunt & Talk Around Kings Farm Wood

Saturday 30 September, 10.45am. WroughtonRead more

306. 'Tura Vida' Illustrated Talk

Tuesday 26 September, 7.30pm. Royal Wootton Bassett.Read more

307. The Truth about Elephant Tourism

Tuesday 12 December, 7.30pm. The Assembly Rooms, Malmesbury. Read more

308. Minibus Trip to Marwell Zoo

Sunday 24 September, 9.30am. Royal Wootton Bassett.Read more

309. Annual General Meeting

Saturday 23 September, 12.00pm. DevizesRead more

310. Hedgehogs

Wednesday 7 February, 7.30pm. Salisbury Museum, Salisbury. Read more

311. Langford Lakes Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 16 September, 10.00am. Langford Lakes.Read more

312. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 9 September, 10.00am. SalisburyRead more

313. St Giles Living Churchyard Project

Saturday 9 September, 9.30am. Stanton St Quinton.Read more

314. The Conservation of British Owls

Tuesday 24 October, 7.30pm. Malmesbury. Read more

315. Mothing in Savernake Forest

Saturday 2 September, 7.30pm. MarlboroughRead more

316. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 14 October, 10.00am. Lower Moor FarmRead more

317. Level 3 Certificate in Forest School Programme Support (QCF)

The NOCN Level 3 Certificate in Forest School Programme Leadership is designed for learners seeking the knowledge and skills required to lead groups outdoorsRead more

318. Level 2 Certificate in Forest School Programme Support (QCF)

Tuesday 29th May, 9.00am. Lower Moor FarmRead more

319. Puppet Making at Coombe Bissett

Monday 14 August, 11am. Coombe Bissett DownRead more

320. Riverfly Training Workshop - River Monitoring Scheme

Saturday 29 July 9.30am, Langford Lakes.Read more

321. Grass Identification - Morgan's Hill

Tuesday 25 July 10.00am, Morgan's Hill.Read more

322. Umbellifer Identification - Lower Moor Farm

Tuesday 25 July 10.00am, Lower Moor Farm. Read more

323. The Big Bug Hunt - Lower Moor Farm

Tuesday 8 August, 10.00am. Lower Moor Farm.Read more

325. Senior Activity Day at Lakeside- Half Day

Wednesday 9 August, 3.00pm. Lower Moor Farm.Read more

326. Junior Activity Day at Lakeside - Half Day

Wednesday 9 August, 9.30am. Lower Moor Farm.Read more

327. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group

Saturday 15 July 10.00am, Lower Moor FarmRead more

328. Langford Lakes Watch Group

Saturday 29 July 10.00am, Langford Lakes. Read more

329. Take a Pond Dip- Swindon Watch Group

Saturday 29 July 10.30pm, Coate Water Country Park.Read more

330. Lower Moor Farm Watch Group- What's in the Pond?

Saturday 17 June 10.00am, Lower Moor Farm. Read more

331. Discover Dragonflies & Damselflies

Saturday 1 July 11.00am, Conigre Mead. This is a Wild Connections Event. Read more

332. Country Comes To Town 2018 & AGM

Have a go at Country Crafts and explore your creative side with natural art. Get involved in identifying wildlife, learning about Forest School & Bushcraft Skills. Meet our precision grazing team of cows and sheep. Read more

333. Great Clattinger - The Yirdbards

Friday 9 June 7.30pm, WoodboroughRead more

334. Minibus Trip to Gloucestershire Barn Owl Centre

Sunday 20 August 10.45am, Royal Wootton BassettRead more

335. Visit to Ravensroost Wood & Meadow

Sunday 13 August 2.00pm, Malmesbury.Read more

336. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 12 August 10.00am, SalisburyRead more

337. St Giles Living Churchyard Project

Saturday 12 August 9.30am, Stanton St Quintin.Read more

338. Butterflies at Barbury Castle

Saturday 5 August 11.00am, Wroughton. Read more

339. Minibus Trip to Aston Gardens & Pottery

Sunday 23 July 9.30am, Royal Wootton BassettRead more

340. Oak Trees & General Natural History

Saturday 22 July 10.00am, Savernake Forest.Read more

341. St Giles Living Churchyard Project

Saturday 22 July 9.30am, Stanton St QuintinRead more

342. Visit to Colerne Park & Monks Wood

Sunday 9 July 1.30pm, CorshamRead more

343. Butterflies of Green Lane Wood

Thursday 20 July 1.30pm, Green Lane Wood. This is a Wild Connections event. Read more

344. Flowers & Insects at Coombe Bissett Down - Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 8 July 10.00am, Coombe Bissett.Read more

345. St Giles Living Churchyard Project

Saturday 1 July 9.30am, Stanton St QuintinRead more

346. Minibus Trip to Buscot Park House & Gardens

Sunday 25 June 10.45am. Royal Wootton BassettRead more

347. Macro Photography Workshop

Thursday 22 June 10.00am, Coombe Bissett Down. This is a Wild Connections event.Read more

349. Guided Walk Around Lower Moor Farm

Saturday 17 June 2.00pm, Lower Moor Farm. Read more

350. Let's Go Fly a Kite!

Saturday 17 June 10.00am, Morgans Hill. This is a Wild Connections event. Read more

351. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 10 June 10.00am, SalisburyRead more

352. Festival of Flight

Saturday 19 August 11.00am, Blakehill Farm. This is a Wild Connections event. Read more

353. Magnificent Meadows: The Challenges of Meadow Management

Tuesday 20 June, 10.00am. Swillbrook FarmRead more

354. National Meadows Day!

Saturday 1 July, 4.30am. CrickladeRead more

355. Woodland Explorers

Thursday 1st June, 10am. Green Lane WoodRead more

356. Beginners Guide to Book Binding

FULLY BOOKED! Wednesday 3 May, 10.00am. Langford Lakes. This is a Wild Connections event. Read more

357. Saturday Club – for families and groups with additional needs

Saturday 17 June, 9.30am. Lakeside @ Lower Moor Farm.Read more

358. Compass Skills and Orienteering

Tuesday 30 May, 10AM. Lower Moor FarmRead more

359. Pond Dipping at Ravensroost Meadow

Saturday 10 June, 10.00AM. Malmesbury.Read more

360. St Giles Living Churchyard Project

Saturday 10 June 2017, 9.30am. Stanton St Quinton.Read more

361. Guided Walk around Langford Lakes Plus BBQ

Wednesday 7 June 2017, 7.00PM. SalisburyRead more

362. Winterbourne Down

Saturday 3 June, 10AM. Newton TonyRead more

364. Wildlife Adventures in East Africa & Closer to Home

Tuesday 23 May, 7.30PM. Royal Wootton Bassett.Read more

365. Visit to Cotley Hill

Saturday 20 May, 2.00PM. Heytesbury.Read more

366. Minibus Trip To RHS Wisley

Sunday 21 May, 9.00AM. Royal Wootton Bassett.Read more

367. St Giles Living Churchyard Project

Saturday 20 May 2017, 9.30AM. Stanton St Quinton.Read more

368. Winter Birdwatching at Swindon Lagoons

Saturday 10 February, 10am. Swindon.Read more

369. Myths & Magic: Langford Lakes Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 20 May 2017, 10AM. Langford Lakes.Read more

370. Wiltshire Living Churchyard Annual Seminar

Saturday 13 May 2017, 10AM. Broad Chalke.Read more

371. Salisbury Watch Group Meeting

Saturday 13 May 2017, 10AM. Salisbury.Read more

372. Meet a Hedgehog - Lower Moor Farm Watch Group

Saturday 13 May 2017, 10AM. Lower Moor Farm.Read more

373. Flowers and Wildlife of Echo Lodge Meadows

Saturday 6 May 2017, 10am. Echo Lodge Meadows. Read more

374. WAR TO WILDLIFE

Sunday 4th June, 11am. Blakehill Nature ReserveRead more

375. Round Headed Rampion

Saturday 22nd July, 10am-12pm, Morgan's HillRead more

376. Introduction to Day Flying Moths

Saturday 8th July, 10am- 2pm, Lower Moor FarmRead more

377. Burnt Orchid Survey

Sunday 11th June, 11am-2pm, Coombe Bissett DownRead more

378. Earthworm Identification Weekend

27th & 28th May, 10am. Lower Moor FarmRead more

379. Bumblebee Survey

FULLY BOOKED! 13th May, 10am-4pm, Coombe Bissett DownRead more

380. Moth Trapping Evening

Saturday 6th May, 8pm-12am, Kings Farm Wood.Read more

381. Level 3 Certificate in Forest School Programme Support (QCF)

Monday 23rd October, 9.00am. Lower Moor Farm. Read more