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Group news and diary

Signs of Spring & Willow Weaving 24.02.18

We are meeting at 10 am this Saturday 24th February 2018 (not 2017 - apologies!) at Havant Thicket car park.

The main entrance and car park is on Manor Lodge Road, Rowlands Castle, PO9 6HE. (OS Grid Reference SU 725102).

Please see below for further details about the session.

Signs of Spring & Willow Weaving 24.02.17

Hello Wildlife Watchers,

We will be meeting at 10am this Saturday at Havant Thicket for a short walk to look for signs of Spring, before having a go at making willow dreamcatchers, birdnests and trees of life, nearby, with June's garage for some shelter!
(3 Brambling Rd, Rowlands Castle, Hants, PO9 6HF).

Please wear warm clothes and bring a camping chair/stool if you have one.

We will also be joined by Gemma Waters from HIWWT for this session and will be discussing ideas for future sessions & locations to visit.

We hope you can join us!

Please email to let us know.

Liz, June and Caroline.

13th January wildlife watch cancelled

Unfortunately we have had to cancel our January session due to changes in site and leader availability.

The group are not meeting at Staunton until further notice. We are currently in the process of arranging the next sessions to be held at different locations in the area, which will bring exciting new opportunities for wildlife watching!

For further information please sign up to follow our group website:


Meanwhile see: and see 'My Winter Wildlife' for some wildlife activities and tips.

Liz, June and Caroline

Natural Decorations - Wildlife Watch 2.12.17 at St John's sc

Join us for our last Wildlife Watch of the year, kindly hosted by St John's Primary School, in Rowlands Castle at 10 am on Saturday 2nd December.
(Whichers Gate Rd, Rowland's Castle PO9 6BB).

We will be making natural decorations and will be joined by a forest school leader so we can make full use of the forest school facilities.

Depending on numbers, we are planning to include a range of activities:
Making hot chocolate & toasting treats on the campfire,
Making tree garlands for the birds
Using tools to make and decorate wood cookies for the tree
Making decorations from natural materials - (please bring some foliage if you can and a bag to take things home)
Den/grotto building and some games to keep warm!

Please let us know if you can make it to help with our planning & catering!

Many thanks,

Liz, June and Caroline


Wildlife Watch: Autumn Animals 4.11.17

Come along to Wildlife Watch at Staunton Country Park and Farm for our 'Autumn Animals' session from 10am-12pm. Meet outside reception.

We will be looking for signs of wildlife living in the garden, playing games, and making homes to help wildlife using craft and natural materials.

Remember wellies & waterproofs!

Please email: if you can join us.

Liz, June & Caroline.

Havant wildlife watch

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