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Alford Watch Group

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More dates!

10th February: Investigating barn owl pellets and finding out what the owls have been eating - with the help of the microscope. Alford Manor House. 2.00-3.30pm.

On 10 March we will be back outside, whatever the weather; at Raithby Beck Wood; put it in your diary and further details closer the time.

To find out more or to book, contact
Margot Charlton at:

Our first meeting for 2019!

We will be:
Woodland Clearing in Rigsby Wood on Sunday 13 January, 2.00-3.30p.m. Bring your family and friends along too! We will be clearing bramble under David's supervision so come in warm clothes, gloves and bring secateurs or loppers if you have them. If you don't, come anyway- there's plenty of carrying to do! There will be a bonfire to warm you through and why not bring along some marshmallows to toast?

To find out more or to book, contact
Margot Charlton at:

Our 2018 dates!

To find out more or to book, contact
Margot Charlton at:

14 January Looking at Leaf Litter and Making Pet Rocks
Alford Manor House

11 February (school holiday) Woodland Management, nest boxes , Twig Maze Raithby Beck Wood

? tbc 11 March (also Mothers’ Day) Mud Larking! What can live in mud? Gibraltar Point

8 April (school holiday) Countryside Lincs – a celebration of food, farming and the countryside at Lincs Showground We will have a stand at this.

15 April (school holiday) Lambing Farm Visit to James Read, North Reston

6 May Rigsby Wood Open Day; Wildlife Watch promotion with activities for children

13 May Visit to Swinn Wood with Spring Activities…Insect Hotel etc

10 June Sea Dipping at Sandilands

8 July Mark/recapture Butterflies and Nature Bingo
Raithby Beck Wood; as part of 10 year bioblitz.

12 August Visit to Mill Hill Quarry or, seed collecting at Red Hill tbc

9 September Leaves: Colours, ID and Rubbings at Alford Manor House

14 October Muddy Monsters! and, Camouflage At Rigsby Wood

? tbc 11 November Seal Sanctuary, Mablethorpe; or, Donna Nook

9 December Christmas Party Alford Manor House

Our last dates for 2017!

October 8 2-3.30p.m. Marram grass planting at Mogs Eye. So many of you asked to do this again that Dave Miller has kindly arranged funding for this planting. Have you been to Sandilands recently and seen the result of your efforts two years ago? You is beautiful! And also, a valuable and effective sea defence. Isn\'t it great to know we can make a difference to our environment?
November 12 2-3.30p.m. (Remembrance Sunday) Bonfire and woodland clearing at Rigsby Wood. Everybody enjoys this activity and we love to see how this lets more bluebells flower in the spring. Bring your older brother/sisters, cousins and friends along, with secateurs, loppers and thick gloves.
December 10 2-3.30p.m. Christmas Party meeting at Alford Manor House. Fun activities, games...a perfect end to our year.

To book and for more info contact Margot Charlton: To find out more or to book, contact
Margot Charlton at:

Change to our March date

Come along to our BIG BEACH CLEAN at Anderby Creek on Saturday 4 March from 10.00a.m.
Litter pickers and bags will be provided but do come suitably dressed for our lovely east coast weather conditions.
Afterwards we can warm up in the little beach cafe- they are expecting us, so treat yourselves and have a hot chocolate or a bacon butty.

To find out more or to book, contact
Margot Charlton at:

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