Darker Side of the Don

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30-10-17 19:00 - 20:30
2008 Lady's Bridge, Sheffield S3 8GJ, UK
Address: 2008 Lady's Bridge, Sheffield S3 8GJ, UK

Join DCRT and historian Ron Clayton for a delve into the dark tales the River Don has to offer. We will be taking a nocturnal guided walk meeting at Lady’s Bridge in Sheffield (S3 8NS). The walk will start at 7pm and last 1hr30 mins.

**No booking necessary but please email (info@dcrt.org.uk)/call (01302 796173) ahead to confirm you will be attending so that we can get in touch if the event is cancelled.**

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  • 06-05-18 06:00 - 06-05-18 08:00

    Join naturalist Julie Riley on a gentle Dawn Chorus walk along the River Don in its industrial heartland. Aimed at beginners, we will try to use sight and sound to identify the birds that make the river their home, while learning a little bit about the history of the area. Male songbirds sing loudly on spring mornings to defend their territories and attract a mate - it really is worth the early wake up call!

    Bring binoculars if you have them and wear a pair of sturdy boots and clothes suitable for the weather.

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    Join Scott Russell for a musical discovery of the river Don!

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