No Harry Potter potions but definitely some wildlife magic to be found at at this fun family event which offers a range of nature activities. You can try your hand at pond dipping, or search for hidden mini-beasts and examine them with the help of experts under a microscope. There will also be lots of other really fun craft activities too to include making ladybird masks. Don’t miss out on this brilliant session for kids and parents.
*Please note Dogs are welcome, but must be kept on a lead. There is disabled access, but the terrain can become treacherous after wet weather. If you have any concerns please contact Becky on the email address below.
Catcott Nature Reserve
The reserve is located at ST 400 414 , and is a mile north of the village of Catcott in Somerset. Access to Catcott Heath is on foot, east-south-east from ST 399 405 along the drove, about half a mile (800 metres) to the reserve entrance in a wooded area on the right.
The nearest postcode is TA7 8NQ - this will get you close to the reserve but you will need the grid reference (ST 400 414) for the exact location.
Booking is essential. For more information or to make your booking, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
£4 per person or £12 for a family of 4.