22nd February 2019 : 14:00 and 15:00
Get crafty with clay and create your own beautiful birds to take home and treasure.
This free, fun, family-friendly workshop uses air-drying clay to make models of some of our favourite native wild birds. You’ll get a special sheet with instructions on how to decorate your finished bird with authentic markings (once the clay is dry), so you can have a Robin, Wren or Blue Tit that never flies away!
Children (under the age of 18) must be accompanied by an adult. Refreshments and toilets are available at the Wellesley Community Rooms.
Please note – Wellesley residents will have priority booking until 11 February.
Please bring warm clothing and sturdy shoes if you are joining us for the bird walks.
Refreshments and toilets are available at this site.
Rowhill Nature Reserve Field Centre (adjacent to the free public car park)
Some of the paths are narrow and muddy – anyone with accessibility questions should contact us directly. We can reserve a parking space for blue badge holders. The car park is small, and parking on-site is not guaranteed.