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Wesleyan Room, Sileby Community Centre
King Street, Sileby
WOMENS WORLD DAY OF PRAYER. At 7.00pm
Parking available at Redlands School.
For further information ring Brenda on 01509 813762
Mummy's Sell 2 Mummy's Event NOT TO BE MISSED !
Saturday 7th March
book you stall now call 01509 554016
10am until 2pm refreshments and cake available, child friendly events
St winefried's Catholic School Shepshed.LE12 9AE
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Sell your quality used maternity, baby and children's clothes, Prams plus Equipment. Mummy's are able to buy at very low cost to purchasing new goods. More »
Paul has a lifelong interest in all natural history, but in particular birds and mammals, combined with a passion for photography.
He also holds a bat handlers licence and is a volunteer warden at Pitsford Water Nature Reserve and Yardley Chase Estate.
This talk will give an outline of the origins of English bird names we all use with their meanings explained. More »
7.45pm in Lecture Theatre U020, Brockington Building, Loughborough University, Epinal Way, Loughborough.
Admission – £3 Group Members, £3.50 Non members, LU students with SU card gratis.
Wesleyan Room, Sileby Community Centre
Join us for an evening of superlative Jazz with a light supper on Friday 20th March starting at 7.30pm.
TICKET £10 TO INCLUDE A SUPERLATIVE SELECTION OF DIFFERENT JAZZ STYLES AND A LIGHT SUPPER.
CASH BAR & RAFFLE.
ALL PROCEEDS WILL GO TO LOCAL CHARITIES SUPPORTED BY THE ROTARY CLUB OF THE SOAR VALLEY For tickets / information please contact Peter Jones on: Email: email@example.com Tel: 01509413221
A major new extension to this coastal wetland reserve includes a reedbed, large freshwater scrapes and wet grassland. These habitats have all been created to bring the wildlife of the Wash closer to you. More »
New facilities include a visitor centre with toilets; the centre has a refreshments area where you can get a hot or cold drink and a snack. There are three hides - two with 360-degree views - and over 3 km of new footpaths to explore.
Frampton Marsh is at the leading edge of visitor and habitat nature conservation planning. The RSPB has designed every aspect of the new habitats and facilities to maximise the value for wildlife and the opportunities for visitors. Ideally positioned between Norfolk and the Midlands, a visit will be well rewarded.
The wintering brent geese are supplimented by passage birds from the south coast, they remain until mid-May. Passage waders can be on the freshwater pools and wet grassland, with up to 50 whimbrels being a regular feature of April. The breeding redshanks are very vocal on the saltmarsh and can be seen harrying predatory gulls and crows. Lapwings, avocets, little ringed plovers, redshanks and even snipe can all be seen and heard displaying over the freshwater wetlands.
The coach will leave from outside the Brockington Building, Loughborough University, Epinal Way, Loughborough at 8.00 am
Advanced bookings are essential for this trip, so if you wish to go use the Contact Us from the group website and give your name & contact details and the number to travel.
The cost is £20 for the coach (accompanied under 14s £5) All money is collected on the coach.
We do not ask for a deposit prior to the trip but assess the viability of the trip from bookings made. We are a small group and our trips are a large financial risk to us, we would ask that any cancellations made within 14 days of the trip or failure to travel, incur a £10 payment per booked seat. This ensures we can continue to offer field trips at a reasonable cost and remain financially sound.
We will endeavor to fill any cancelled places and be sympathetic to exceptional circumstances.
Friends of St. Mary's Church are holding this concert at St. Mary's church as a fund raiser for their latest projects. Tickets on the door at £5.