August Antics

Tuesday, September 6th 2022

Last month was a busy one with plenty of visitors including several organised groups including one from  Carers Plus Yorkshire who attended the Catterick Cuppa Club and spent a morning walking around the reserve. They also had a go at pond dipping and did the 'posh test' at the Grand Fir (If you know, you know)!

Forest School also took place and this month the children made bunting from materials they collected on a walk. Leaves were hammered onto fabric to leave an imprint.

Some of the bunting was left behind to join the Foxglove 30 decorations…

and some was taken home!

Thank you to all of the families amd groups that have supported the reserve this summer, it has been a pleasure to spend time with you. There are lots of family activities planned for the autumn and winter months, take a look at the events page for further details.

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Friends of Foxglove

The Friends of Foxglove Covert is for those individuals, families and organisations who would like to support the reserve through an annual membership subscription. Friends receive a regular newsletter and invitations to attend our various activities and social events.

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Winter Worky Day

Sunday 3rd March 2024 | 10am - 3pm

The final winter worky day of the season, join Foxglove staff and volunteers for a fun day of practical habitat management. Bring old clothes and sturdy footwear you don't mind getting mucky and a packed lunch. 

Booking essential for this free event. 

Spring Crafts Day

Wednesday 27th March 2024 | 10am-3pm

Spring themed crafts for kids during the Easter holiday. Come along to enjoy the reserve as spring breaks through and have a go at some kid-friendly crafts in the Field Centre classroom.

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