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Witches, Brooms & Bats

When? 30 October 2019
Where? Lulworth

  • Witches, Brooms & Bats

Join the Lulworth Ranger team in an exciting witches' broom making activity, using locally sourced materials, followed by a short talk to introduce you to the wonderful world of UK bats, dispelling some of the myths surrounding these incredible flying mammals.

Working with wood and rough materials you may want to bring thin gardening gloves, although these are not essential. Tea, coffee and toilets will be available.

Venue: Lulworth Cove Visitor Centre
Time: 2pm
Duration: One hour.
Price: £7.50 per broom made (yours to keep).
Accessibility: Full wheelchair access is available.
Booking Advised - Call (01929) 400587.

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