Event: Woodland houses - who lives here. Investigate the trees of Crane Park and the wildlife that lives in them
|Title||Woodland houses - who lives here. Investigate the trees of Crane Park and the wildlife that lives in them|
Join us in a family activity to learn more about the trees along the River Crane with Jane Crowther, Tree Officer with Richmond Council. We will be learning about how trees can be a home to all sorts of animals and insects. This walk is suitable for children from 3-12 years old and families of all ages. We shall use the activity sheets called "Out of the Woods" recently written by Richmond Council for use by schools and families, available at
Please wear suitable outdoor attire for the weather that day and sturdy footwear for outdoor paths. This walk is organised by FORCE as part of a series of walks and talks along the Duke of Northumberland's River and local area. Whilst the walk is free, booking here is essential . We look forward to seeing you.
|Date and Time||10/06/17 from 10:30 to 12:00|
Queries can be made when booking tickets as above, thank you.
Crane Park, Meadway entrance
|Cost||Free but booking as above is essential.|