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Haddon

Family Open Farm Sunday with Village Farm

Investigating freshwater wildlife by pond dipping with Wildlife Adventurer Becca Badger, then taking part in a farmland adventure walk with silly challenges along the way.

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Family Open Farm Sunday with Village Farm
Family Open Farm Sunday with Village Farm

Time & Location

09 Jun 2024, 11:00 – 15:00 BST

Haddon, Haddon, Peterborough PE7 3TP, UK

About the event

This is part of a series of collaborative events between Village Farm and the Wildlife Trust for Beds, Cambs and Northants.

In this family event, we'll be investigating freshwater wildlife by pond dipping with Wildlife Adventurer Becca Badger, then taking part in a farmland adventure walk with silly challenges along the way. There is the option to visit in the morning or the afternoon. You are welcome to bring along your own lunch and join other families eating in the great outdoors between 12 and 1pm.

This event is perfect for families with children aged 7-11. Older children will also enjoy the activities, but it is not suitable to bring under 5s for health and safety reasons.

Phone number: 07894 599020

Email: rebecca.neal@wildlifebcn.org

Accompanying adults are free

Wildlife Trust BCN members: £8.50 (plus booking fee) Wildlife Trust BCN non-members: £10.50 (plus booking fee)Price

Booking is essential to manage group size. Please use the online booking link belowAdditional booking information

Suitable for: Families

Additional information

  • Please refer to our event terms and conditions webpage for details on refunds and cancellations, as well as general information about how we run our events
  • The benefits of joining the Wildlife Trust BCN include a reduced rate for events. Family membership is from £5 a month.
  • There are no toilet facilities available for this session
  • This is a family event so children need to be accompanied by a responsible adult. The activities are designed for everyone to enjoy.
  • We aim to make our sessions as accessible as possible and are happy to make reasonable adjustments to ensure as many people as possible can enjoy them. Please contact us to discuss your accessibility needs.
  • This is a working farm and we will be walking field edges which may be muddy and uneven, and climbing over stiles
  • You will need long sleeves and long trousers to avoid bites, stings and scratches, and sensible shoes you don’t mind getting muddy. Be prepared for mud and weather!

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