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Wildlife Watch Club with Avon Wildlife Trust at Feed Bristol - first Saturday of the month.

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Wildlife Watch Club 4 May 1 hour before event starts £5.00 £0.77

Share Wildlife Watch Club with Avon Wildlife Trust at Feed Bristol - first Saturday of the month.

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Bring your 5-10 year old nature lovers to Avon Wildlife Trust's Wildlife Watch Club at Feed Bristol on the first Saturday of the month from May to October 2019.

We'll be learning all about nature, with an exciting new theme every month and lots of fun activities to get stuck in with. Please see our schedule for spring, summer and autumn and book your place:

4th May - Mad about Bugs
1st June - 30 Days Wild Launch
6th July - Wild Art & Sculpture
3rd August - Wildlife Gardening and Worm Food
7th September - Pollinator Party
5th October - Autumn Adventure
2nd November - Dens, Setts and Nests
7th December - Solstice and Winter Birds

£5 per child for entry to Avon Wildlife Trust's Feed Bristol site.

Come dressed ready to get your hands dirty as we'll go on a wild adventures around this amazing wildlife hub in the city!

Meet us at the Feed Bristol Roundhouse, please park at the Begbrook Social Club. Parents and carers are encouraged to accompany their children for the club and must stay on site during Wildlife Watch Club sessions.

Photo (c) Heleny Dolby

Do you have questions about Wildlife Watch Club with Avon Wildlife Trust at Feed Bristol - first Saturday of the month. ? Contact Avon Wildlife Trust

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Feed Bristol
181 Frenchay Park Road
BS16 1HB Bristol
United Kingdom

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Avon Wildlife Trust

Avon Wildlife Trust is the largest local charity working to protect wildlife in the West of England area (formerly the County of Avon - Bristol, Bath and North East Somerset, North Somerset and South Gloucestershire). With the support of over 17,600 members, 1,500 volunteers and corporate support, we are the largest local charity working to protect wildlife and inspire people. We care for 36 nature reserves, from ancient bluebell woods to Iron Age forts, nationally important wetlands, and wildflower...


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