Unfortunately, due to the weather we were unable to hold the Open Weekend at the Wolvey Wetland Reserve on 6th & 7th June.
But, as part of the Wolvey Summer Festival, we are now having an
Open Day on
Saturday 20th June instead.
At 11 am , David Lowe ( Warwickshire's Principal Ecologist) will officially open the Boardwalk
We would like all residents to come along and have fun.
There will be something for every member of the family to enjoy.
You can help the Environment Group record species in residence there, spot different types of wild flowers, reeds and trees and net insects. Children can colour and complete puzzles on their activity table and prizes and stickers will be awarded for the best efforts.
You will also be able to see how to make birdfeeders, and bird boxes, get involved in building log piles and discover why they are so important to wild life.
will inform visitors of the history and significance of the wetland whereas displays and leaflets will explain how the boardwalk was built and how the numerous challenges were met.
Do come along and see some of the work that the Environment Group does, we will look forward to meeting you.