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Events

Throughout the year we offer a range of walks, events, workshops and conferences where you can find out more about the LIFE+ Project and get out on to the Humberhead Peatlands, including Hatfield, Thorne and Crowle Moors. Most walks and events are FREE. To ensure they are well organised booking may be required. Booking details and contacts can be found with each event. Where no booking is required, walks on:

 

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Walks

When taking part in our walks, please take care and:

  • Children must be accompanied on walks by an adult
  • Dogs are welcomed on walks but must be on a short lead
  • Walks are over easy ground
  • Please wear sensible footwear and clothing for inclement weather. A sun hat, water and insect repellent are advisable in summer.

Dawn Chorus guided walk on Hatfield Moors, 5.30am - 8.00am
May 13th

Approximately 3 miles at stroller pace drinking in the morning's experience provided by our feathered friends. Hosted by NNR staff and volunteers.

Family friendly

Hatfield Moors
Booking essential, call 07766 420290 to book and for more information.
Evening guided walk on Hatfield Moors, 6.30pm - 9.00pm
May 23rd

Approximately 4-5 miles at strider pace across some of the old milled areas of Hatfield Moors. Meet at Boston Park car park DN7 6DS.

Family friendly

Hatfield Moors
No need to book


Events

Why not come along throughout the summer school holidays and complete the red route summer holiday trail on Hatfield Moors. Starts at Boston Park car park with all you need to take part independently. We have a number of activity rucksacks with all you need to go bug hunting or pond dipping as a family on Hatfield Moors. Hire is free with a deposit refundable upon return. All packs contain full instructions and a map of the Reserve where activities can be applied.

Water Colour Painting Class on Hatfield Moors, 11.00am - 4.00pm
Jun 7th

Led by Ann Wildgust, BA Hons, an experienced artist who will offer support to artists of all grades. All materials will be provided. The focus of this day will be both sketching and water colour painting in the glorious outdoors of the Reserve and then back at the National Nature Reserve offices in Hatfield.

Family friendly

Hatfield Moors
Places are limited so booking essential and for more information call 07766 420290.


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Workshops and Conference

During the lifetime of the project we will hold a series of workshops and an end of project conference. We will invite anyone interested in the project to participate in these activities. The first workshop will be held in September 2016. Information about our workshops and the end of project conference will be available here and in the local newspaper.

Restoring England's largest lowland peat mire - LIFE and Beyond
May 15th

15th - 16th May 2018, Doncaster Racecourse The End of Project Conference aims to celebrate everything that the project has achieved, share knowledge and best practice, and look towards the future of bog restoration in Europe. The conference programme will include presentations and site visits delivered by members of the LIFE+ Project team, the project partners and bog restoration experts. For further details and to register, please visit our registration site: https://naturalengland.sym-online.com/registrationforms/humberheadlife/  



Community groups, school and college presentations

We are happy to visit your community group, school or college to talk about the LIFE+ Project, please contact us to discuss your needs.



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