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Canoe2 have linked up with The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire & Northamptonshire in an exciting partnership giving you the chance to experience nature on the River Nene in a very different way. The partnership provides two unique opportunities to combine a relaxing paddle along the river with unique insights into the local nature from Wildlife Trust experts. Dawn Chorus Early Morning River Paddle. Saturday 11th April 2020 Saturday 18th April 2020 Saturday 25th April 2020 Arrive at Rushden Lakes…
The Stanwick Lakes Wildlife Explorers is an RSPB group lead by volunteers, which provides the perfect location to observe wildlife, make friends and take part in all sorts of practical activities. From bark rubbing to hunting for mini-beasts, its perfect for children aged 5+. Meetings this year will involve time spent outdoors and there’s always the risk of brambles and nettles, so please make sure you come wearing sensible outdoor clothes – warm, waterproof and with wellies, if necessary. A drink…
Join local RSPB volunteers on international Dawn Chorus Day for an early morning bird walk to experience the morning chorus of birds and learn to identify the key songsters.
Oundle International Festival has attracted a growing audience from the local community, and further afield with an exciting programme that includes jazz, folk and world music alongside classical repertoire, and related programming in other art forms.
Check in at 5.30pm and canoes will depart from Canoe2’s base at Rushden Lakes. After a peaceful early evening paddle on the River Nene you will be met back at Rushden Lakes by your Wildlife Trust experts just as the bats are starting to come out. You’ll then be taken on a guided walk of the Nature Reserve as dusk settles. Everyone will have the opportunity to use a bat detector which picks up the ultrasonic frequencies used by bats…
Meet outside The Talbot Hotel. Enjoy a free guided walk of Oundle. Learn more about a noisy well, a puking infant, pubs galore and a modern monstrosity!
Enjoy a guided tour around the village and learn more about the final place of imprisonment of Mary, Queen of Scots, who tried and executed in the castle in 1587. Start outside Church of St Mary and All Saints. Free. Booking essential. T: 01832 742064.
2.15 pm start. Meet at Market Hall (East end). ‘All bilded in stone’, three tuns, spicy camel, graceful grocers, wild and wonderful heads, yet more pubs!