Seven Acres Swifts - Wildlife WATCH group
Sunday April 14th - Watch Olympics!
Recreating the Olympics in nature.
Saturday 11th May - Worn to be Wild!
Trip to Oldham to see an exhibition of animal costumes.
Sunday June 9th - Wild Designs!
Making our own wild costumes. Can the ones from last months trip to Oldham be topped?!
For more information call 01204 663754
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Whenever you attend an event, wear suitable outdoor clothing and sturdy shoes. The activities will lead you to get the John Muir Award!
Seven Acres Swifts is a local group encouraging children between the ages of 8 and 12 to become more knowledgeable about wildlife.
The group is run as part of the Watch network and is the junior branch of the Wildlife Trust.
Seven Acres Swifts meet on the second Sunday of most months from 10 a.m til noon at the Environmental Resource Centre, Bury Road.(Some months the meeting may move to a different day so please check before hand)
Meetings usually consist of some time spent out in Seven Acres and also a wildlife-themed craft. Previous meeting themes have included birds, wild flowers, fungi and a session making faces from clay and natural materials found on site.
There is a small charge of £1 per meeting to cover running costs.
Children under 8 may stay but must be accompanied by an adult known to them on a one-to-one basis (this is due to Insurance Regulations).
All Watch Leaders have been CRB checked and there is always a qualified First Aider at meetings.
For more information, contact Lancashire Wildlife Trust on 01204 663754
Brown Hawker on Seven Acres taken by Richie Rifkind