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September 2017

Summer Walking Festival Talk

September 15 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

**LAUNCH EVENT** Crowle Market Hall and Well Being Community Hub, Crowle. DN17 4LA  Friday 15 September, 7-8.30pm Wastelands or rich ecological systems? A historical perspective on Thorne and Hatfield Moor - A Talk by Dr Nicki J. Whitehouse from Plymouth University Come along and learn more about the 'hidden landscapes' of Thorne, Hatfield and Crowle Moors. Discover an area famed for its wild and interesting landscape. Meet the project team and find out more about Nicki's #IoAHC project 'Reconstructing the Wildscape'. No…

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Summer Walking Festival

September 16 - September 17

Isle of Axholme Summer Walking Festival 2017  - Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 September Whether it's a family amble, an informative trek or a riverside stroll, there's a walking route for everyone in the Isle of Axholme. Join in and learn all about many different aspects of the Isle's rich history and diverse landscapes. Walks will be led by knowledgeable guides, who can teach you much more about the history, wildlife and geology of the local area. DOWNLOAD - Summer Walking Festival…

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October 2017

Sketch the Isle – Epworth

October 10 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

As part of our project we wish to incorporate art to promote the amazing local landscape and inspire people to pick up a pad and pencil to ‘Sketch the Isle’. These free sessions are open to any ability from beginner to the everyday artist. Each session is aimed at engaging different audiences and based at various sites across the project area. All equipment is supplied but if you wish to bring a chair please feel free. If you wish to…

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Guided Wild Photography Walk

October 11 @ 10:00 am - 1:30 pm
Crowle Moors, Dole Road
Crowle, North Lincolnshire DN17 4BL United Kingdom
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Autumn tree

Another opportunity to discover what Crowle Moors has to offer. Following on from previous photo walks, we will be heading out to photograph Autumn. There will be amazing colours in the landscape, along with varieties of fungi and possible deer sightings. So bring along your camera or iPhone to see what we can find. Sturdy boots and outdoor clothing a must.

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Introduction to Woodland Management Techniques

October 14 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

We are offering this free training opportunity for anyone interested in woodland management, but places are limited so please book a place with Joanne Meays, Education Officer on Tel: 01724 296723, Mobile: 07717587483 or email Joanne.Meays@northlincs.gov.uk We will be looking at traditional and hisorical methods of woodland management, using hand tools. ID'ing trees Learning of the myths and uses of different wood/scrub The meeting point for the training session will be the car park for the Belton Picnic Site.  

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