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    Now the clocks have changed and lighter evenings have returned, it’s a great time to get out and enjoy the sounds and smells of spring. And where better than the banks of the beautiful River Thames that flows through our three counties! </br> </br> Mark Bradfield discovers an evening, riverside walk can be filled with wildlife.

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BBOWT Inkpen Crocus field by Adrian Wallington


Your local Wildlife Trust brings people and nature together to protect our environment. Our experts work with more than 1,400 volunteers to look after over 80 nature reserves, four education centres and run hundreds of amazing events. We rely on the generosity of individuals, charitable trusts and businessesSupport our work by donating just £5 a month.

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Nature Tots - College Lake

Thursday 30th March 2017,
10.00am - 11.30am

Venue: College Lake Nature Reserve

Join us at College Lake with your pre-school little ones for seasonal nature discovery, games, craft, fun and exploration. Booking essential. Nature Tots is suitable for pre-school children. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Remember to dress for the outdoors. BOOKING ESSENTIAL

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