February Half Term Nestbox Trail at Beetham Nurseries

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Keep the kids entertained at Beetham Nurseries this February half term and celebrate National Nestbox Week!

British birds are short of nesting holes, so Beetham Nurseries wants to help give our feathered friends a home.

The Trail:

Join our activity trail through the Garden Centre with your young twitchers, finding out facts about birds and their habitats.

Pick up a free trail sheet from our Information Desk and set off on a journey of discovery with your little ones.

The trail includes bird activity and identification stations. It takes place outside, so please dress appropriately for the weather.

Whilst you’re here, make a day of it and stop by the Garden Cafe and The Wood Fired Kitchen for a bite to eat and join in our bird-themed colouring competition. Drinks, cakes and light lunches with family-friendly options are available.

At the end of the trail, we’ll gift you a free* Paint Your Own Nestbox Set (whilst stocks last, one per household), ready to be painted and set up to attract more birds into your garden!

The Details:

  • Dates: Saturday 10th – Sunday 18th February 2024, from 9am each day
  • Location: Beetham Nurseries, Pool Darkin Lane, Beetham, Cumbria, LA7 7AP
  • Activities: Collect a trail sheet from the Information Desk and set of on your trail. Hand your completed form back in at the Information Desk for your free* Paint Your Own Nestbox Set (whilst stocks last, one per household)
  • Age: Activities are aimed at ages 4 – 10 years.
  • Source: Image by rawpixel.com on Freepik
Beetham Nurseries
Time:
09:00
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17:00


 
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