Wildlife & Wellbeing Goes Really Wild
We’ve certainly got a cracker lined up for you in October.
This year we are combining our annual
Wildlife & Wellbeing
event with Weymouth and Portland’s Dog Friendly
Bark in the Park.
Fun for our four legged companions.
Not only that, there’ll be pumpkin carving for the creative, we have free pumpkins again so come early to book yours.
Then we have to mention the very popular with all ages, apple pressing for the downright thirsty, you’ll need to work those muscles though.
So gather up those fallers and don’t forget containers to take away your liquid gold.
Lots to see and do, folk to meet.
Find out who’s out there taking care of our wildlife, what you can do to help.
Talk to those who use the great outdoors and green spaces to improve our physical and mental health.
Did you know that spending even short periods of time outdoors can have so many health benefits.
It can improve your sleep, reduce your stress levels being, away from our modern day 24 hour electrical stimulation, boost your immune system, and so the list of benefits go on.
Not bad for something that’s still free!
So come and join us on Saturday 29th October between 12-4pm.