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Burrator News 28 – March Monthly Newsletter

1. Birds are brilliant! This was the theme for our first family activity day for 2019. Despite a rather cold and windy day, some 133 children supported by 102 parents had a varied and ‘hands on’ action packed day.  The activities on offer ranged from following a Bird Trail, in two forms – simple for…

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Volunteer day at Roadford

Come along to Roadford Lake on the 19th March to help our countryside wardens with some willow clearance! We are delivering this event in line with National Conservation Week, as part of our involvement in the Year of Green Action with South West Water.Throughout the week there will be a number of opportunities for visitors…

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Spring Planting at Wimbleball

Come along on Tuesday 19th March, 10am – 3pm, to plant spring bulbs around the café at Wimbleball to create a better habitat for our pollinators. Early spring flowers provide a valuable nectar source for emerging insects, particularly bees. Either drop in or stay for the whole day. Please register your interest by calling 01566…

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Capture Siblyback in its best light – photography event

Always wanted to capture Siblyback Lake in its best light? Or maybe you are new to photography and want to catch that memorable image. Join Jacky the Wilderness Woman at Siblyback Lake to learn how to capture the perfect landscape shot. Whether you’re using your mobile or multi lens DSLR, come along and learn some…

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Foraging event – Learn how to dine out in style!

Feeling peckish? Then join Jacky (The Wilderness Woman) who has a great recipe for slug…but if you’re feeling a little less adventurous, she can teach you about all kinds of other wild foods at Siblyback Lake! This is a great opportunity to find out more about wild food around the lake with the occasional bit…

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