February and March Activities at Boston Manor Park (including Half Term!)

Looking for some free eco activities to get involved in over the next two months? Maybe you’re stuck for something to do with the kids over half term? Take a look at the list of fantastic activities taking place at Boston Manor Park throughout February and March, including some regular (weekly) activities taking place on your doorstep!

Weekly Activities

Conservation Volunteering every Tuesday, 10 – 12.30pm

Join Natural Park Manager, Vanessa and carry out a variety of conservation tasks to enhance our habitats for wildlife. Wear sturdy boots/ shoes and clothes for working outdoors. Meet by main park lawn, in front of the Manor House.

No booking required, EXCEPT for Tuesday 15th February where you will be working with The Conservation Volunteers who want to know who is attending to plan the special hedge-laying event. Please book for 15th Feb using this link: Boston Manor Park- Practical Conservation activities. Tickets, Tue 15 Feb 2022 at 10:00 | Eventbrite. On Tuesday 15th Feb, The Conservation Volunteer group will be working with us to help lay the hedge around the old bowling green. Some of their volunteers will stay for the whole day. You can stay on and work with the volunteers as long as you wish or leave at your usual time – whatever suits you.

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Community Walkevery Friday, 10 – 11am 

Take a walk through the park simply for the fun of it! This is led by local volunteers, please meet outside the Manor House on Boston Manor Road. Please book your free place via Eventbrite.

Half Term Activities

All ages are welcome at these events, children must be accompanied by an adult.

Natural Art Activities Wednesday 16 February, 2 – 3pm

We’ll use mud, clay and natural materials to play in the park and create nature pictures and wild creatures.’

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Go Wild at Boston ManorFriday 18 February, 2 – 3.30pm

Mini-beast and nature-based hunts – can you find all the things on our nature list?

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Winter Tree ID WalkSaturday 19 February, 2 – 3.30pm

A fun, family-friendly event to learn how to recognise our native and most common tree species in the park. You’ll be a tree detective, using clues from the bark, seeds and buds to see if you can identify our trees.

FYI: All half term activities are free; however, you must register your place by emailing Park Manager, Vanessa, on vanessa.hampton@lampton360.co.uk or bostonmanorpark@hounslow.gov.uk. Meeting place varies for each activity, booking confirmation will state meeting point.

March Activities

Bird Walk and Survey – Saturday 5 March, 8.30 –10am 

Meet by the park entrance on Boston Gardens, near the lake. All ages welcome, no dogs please. Walk around the park, woodland and meadow to survey and record the different bird species we see in the park. No experience necessary. Bring binoculars if you have them. No booking required.

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Conservation VolunteeringSaturday 5 March, 10.30 –13.00 (and every Tuesday in March)

Carry out a variety of conservation tasks to enhance our habitats for wildlife. Wear sturdy boots/ shoes and clothes for working outdoors. No booking required. Meet by main park lawn, in front of the Manor House.

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