Canklow Woods Fungi Foray

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21-10-17 10:30 - 15:00
Lawton Ln, Rotherham S60, UK
Address: Lawton Ln, Rotherham S60, UK

Explore the ancient Canklow Woods in Rotherham on this wild day out for nature enthusiasts, children and families!

Visitors can discover colourful mushrooms and sensational toadstools with ecologist, Julie Riley, who is leading a guided walk around the historical woodland, starting at 10am **Walk starting 10am from the entrance on Lawton Lane lasting around 1hr30min **

There will also be bush-craft activities, games and nature crafts between 11am-3pm.

Find us at Canklow Woods by the Lawton Lane entrance. For more information on the event email Don Catchment Rivers Trust – info@dcrt.org.uk.
There will be no toilets available at the event. Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Please wear appropraite clothing and footwear!

The Canklow Woods Fungi Foray is a free event, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of Don Catchment Rivers Trust’s ‘Living Heritage of the River Don’ Project.

Other activities including:

-Nature Bushcraft – bird feeder making – pine cone critters –

stone art – dragonflies and butterflies

Parking: Available free at Oakwood High School and then follow the sign posts to the woodland entrance

Contact : Matt Duffy for more information on matt.duffy@dcrt.org.uk or 07825911973 /  01302 796173

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