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Nature Tots is a weekly pre-school parent and toddler group for under 5s every Wednesday at The Naze Includes wildlife-themed activities, games and crafts. The sessions will include a mixture of indoor and outdoor activities so wrap up warm when the weather is cold. We may be on the beach when the tide is outFind out more »
Enjoy a bracing stroll during the Weald Country Park wildlife walk, looking for winter visitors and resident woodland birds. This event is organised by the Brentwood & Billericay EWT Local Group but non-members are welcome. Meet at the Visitor Centre next to the main car park.Find out more »
Join Jen Dowding from Basking Babies on this wonderful 10-week baby massage and baby reflexology course held at Thurrock Thameside Visitor Centre where you will learn a comprehensive baby massage routine, designed to soothe & relax you and your baby. You will also learn an effective ‘Colic Alleviation & Prevention’ baby massage routine and ourFind out more »
This illustrated talk on the wild highlands and islands of Scotland by Liz Huxley has been arranged by the Maldon & South Woodham Ferrers Local EWT Group. The talk focuses on the stunning scenery and amazing wildlife of the Scottish Highlands, plus islands such as Handa, Islay and Mull. Non-members welcome.Find out more »
This illustrated talk by Chad Colby Blake from the Essex Beekeepers'Association.will provide lots of information and advice for people who want their planting to encourage and support bees, butterflies and other pollinators. There is ample parking space. Refreshments are available at a small charge. The event has been arranged by the Basildon Natural History SocietyFind out more »