Festival Bowland 2015

29th May 2015

Spoon CarvingSomething for Everyone this Summer

Wrap up warm for an evening bat walk in Clitheroe's Brungerly Park on 5th June with Lancashire Wildlife Trust. Learn some traditional woodworking techniques with the Wyre countryside rangers at Cobble Hey on 14th June – and go home with your very own rustic stool!  Get stuck in to some practical work at Brock valley picnic site on the 23rd June or take a Moorland Safari with the RSPB on the 3rd July – the last one for this season.

Discover Claughton Hall estate on the morning of 12th July then head off over to Beacon Fell in the afternoon for a family-friendly summer activity day. Find out more about New Laundin the Hodder valley with a guided tour around Uclan's archaeological dig on July 18th or a farm Tramper trek on either August 3rd or 4th.

Roll up your sleeves at Spring Wood near Whalley on 5th August and help to look after this popular picnic site, or why not walk "From the Mills to the Reservoir" in lovely Calder Vale on the 22nd?  Finish the summer off in style by carving your very own wooden spoon at Beacon Fell Country Park on the 30th August, then sit back and have a well-earned rest – until it's time to start on the autumn events!

For full details, and booking information, of all the Festival Bowland events coming up over the next few months go to www.forestofbowland.com/Festival-Bowland-Events

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