• Look after your feathered friends

    It’s National Nestbox Week.  Why not take care of your garden love birds this Valentine’s Day? Come in to the Barnwell Country Park Visitor Centre where you can make your very own nest box and bird feeder to take home. Wednesday 14 February. Price £5 per box. Pre-booking essential. Suitable for ages 8+ Children to […]

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  • Love Bird Trail

    Look out for lots of different birds along the trail and see if you can work out which are the true love birds and which are the phonies. Runs from Saturday 10 to Sunday 18 February. Quiz sheets available from the Visitor Centre. 10am-4pm £1 recommended donation Includes a small prize.

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  • AGM and Chairman’s report for 2017

                                                          

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  • Kingfisher Café Christmas/New Year closing

    Please note the Kingfisher Café will be closed over Christmas, from Sunday 24 to Wednesday 27, re-opening on Thursday 28 December and on New Year’s Day, Monday 1 January.

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  • Christmas in Barnwell Country Park

    Lots for kids to do in the park over Christmas and New Year.

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  • Waitrose December 2017

    Look out for Barnwell Country Park in the token scheme if you shop in Waitrose in December.

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  • Newsletter Winter 2017

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  • Christmas wreathmaking workshop Monday 27 November 10am

    £35 on the day, £30 if you book in advance.    Call or drop in at Milestones Florists to book (01832 274305).  

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  • How to volunteer at Barnwell Country Park

    Turn up on the day at 10am in the Visitor Centre to sign in.  That’s Saturday 30  September 2017 and then every second Saturday in the month right through until end March 2018. The Ranger will ask you for an emergency contact name and number just in case. Please dress appropriately for the weather.  Sturdy […]

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  • The North Lake Path

    Everyone has been enjoying our marvellous new path for months now, but we still haven’t officially declared it open.  That will be put right in a small ceremony on Sunday 17 September (same day as the Kingfisher Food Festival) when we will take the opportunity to give special thanks to everyone who helped to make […]

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