Reminder that the Go Wild in Boston Manor event (cancelled due to storm) is rescheduled for this Saturday 5 March, 2pm (meet by main lawn in the park, by Manor House). Please confirm your place by emailing Park Manager Vanessa Hampton on email@example.com.
This Saturday 5th March, Boston Manor Park are also offering:
Bird Walk and Survey, 08.30 – 10am
Walk around the park, woodland, and meadow to survey and record the different bird species seen in the park. No experience necessary. Bring binoculars if you have them.
All ages welcome, no dogs allowed. Meet at the park entrance on Boston Gardens (near north end of the lake).
Conservation Volunteering, 10.30 –13.00
Carry out a variety of conservation tasks to enhance the park’s habitats for wildlife. Wear sturdy boots/ shoes and clothes for working outdoors. Meet by main park lawn, in front of the Manor House.
Conservation Volunteering will also take place every Tuesday in March (10 – 12.30pm), except 22nd March. To replace this, there will be an additional Conservation Volunteering event on Thursday 31 March.
There is also:
Weekly Community Walk: every Friday, 10 – 11am
Take a relaxed, healthy, and social walk through the park – simply for the fun of it! Led by local volunteers. Meet outside the Manor House on Boston Manor Road. Please book your free place via Eventbrite.
Looking ahead to the Easter school Holidays, Boston Manor Park have some exciting events planned, including:
- Forest School taster sessions on Saturday 9 April (morning, time to be confirmed) for toddlers, and on Sunday 10 April 2 separate family sessions for children over 5 and their families. These will be paid events.
- Yoga in the park – a free taster yoga session run by Terri Yoga taking place in the woodland clearing in the park. Book your places here for Monday 4 April, 2pm. She will be running another free session Sunday 8 May at 12pm. If you have issues booking online, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org to book. For 14 yrs and over, own mat required.
A guided ‘Spring nature walk’ and ‘Folklore, medicine and trees and plants’ walk are also planned for April – more details coming soon.