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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 - Maidenhead

Monday 27th March 2017,
9.30am - 11.30am

Venue: Woolley Firs Environmental Education Centre

Come along to our parent and toddler group. A great opportunity each month for you and your pre-school little ones to have fun in natural surroundings. Each session will include activities such as bug-hunting, mud-painting and mask-making. Games, story-time and refreshments also included! All children must be accompanied by an adult. Suitable for children aged 18 months - 4 years (younger siblings welcome). BOOKING ESSENTIAL.

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