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On Saturday 30th March 2019 the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust invite you to join them on a morning bird walk in Weelsby Woods with Ray Hume and Graham Hicks. Meet Ray and Graham at 7am in the car parking area of Weelsby Woods Grid ref. TA 282078, postcode DN32 0PZ. Please wear suitable outdoor clothing and stout footwear and bring binoculars if you have them. This is a free event however donations will be welcomed for the Trust. For further details contact Ray 07814840682 or Graham 07730766026.



EASTER SATURDAY

20th April 2019  2 pm

Forest Bathing

In Bradley Woods

with Mick Binnion (07435122933), meet in car parking area at 2 pm Grid ref. TA245058,

please park courteously in the limited space.

If you don’t know about Forest Bathing it means connecting with nature in nature -  Forest Bathing simply means immersing yourself in a forest setting. It is a natural way to calm your senses in a busy world. It reconnects you to the forested planet that we as humans grew up in and, in doing so, imparts you with a profound sense of peace. Forest Bathing measurably reduces stress levels. This is not only good for your mental health, but it leads to improvements in many aspects of your physical health, including a boost to your immune system. It also frees up your creativity and problem-solving capabilities and it improves your mood.

Join us on Easter Saturday for a calm weekend.


Our Lapwings Co-Ordinator, Jane Drinkall

Asks if there is anyone out there who could help deliver Lapwings magazines in Immingham. If you can help please telephone Jane on 01472 751871.

Volunteers are priceless. They save the Trust around £50,000 per year.


Raffle prizes are needed for our indoor meetings.

Could you donate something?


The latest 2019 photographs are now in our gallery as well as archived ones from previous years.


Have you any wildlife photographs taken this year ?

We look forward to receiving your contributions to the photo gallery. Send to j.p.l.kirk@ntlworld.com


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