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World Fish Migration Day

21-05-22 12:00 - 16:00
Meadowhall, External Courtyard
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Saturday 21st May
12pm – 4pm
Oasis External Courtyard, Meadowhall
 
Come and celebrate World Fish Migration Day with us!
 
There will be activities such as river dipping, fish flag making, guided walks and eco-crafts. We will be showing ‘Love Flows’ – a documentary about restoring rivers
Sign up to our guided walk (2pm-3pm) along the River Don’s fish passes here – https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/327926054657

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