Marshall's Arm Events and info


MARSHALL'S ARMY (task force – last Sunday in the month)

contact Richard on 01606 76058. (no meeting in August or December)

 


 

 

                                      

 

MARSHALL’S ARM EVENTS 2020

Sat 25th January
Winter Watch with Big Garden Birdwatch. What's lurking in the woods in mid-winter? Bird box and bird feeder making. 10-12am. Contact 01606 42667 or Paul 01606 77960 if you'd like to attend

Sun 3rd May
Springwatch, or Birds Butterflies and Bluebells. 9-11am for birds, 11am on for flowers and possibly butterflies. Contact Paul 01606 77960 if you'd like to attend

Sat 11th July, Sun 12th July
Northwich River Festival. Activities in town and in the reserve. Volunteers welcome – please contact….. For details see press or Northwich River Festival website

Sun 12th July
Dragon's Dunk. Pond dipping and spying dragon/damsel-flies. 2-4pm. Meet at the Stones Manor Lane entrance to the Reserve, or call for other start places. Contact Virginia 01606 42667

Sat 26th Sept: Autumn Almanac
Bat Walk. Find what the bats are eating at the bat cafe and find where they hang out. 7pm.
Meet at the Stones Manor Lane entrance to the Reserve. Bring a torch. Children must be accompanied by an adult. For further details and possible other meeting points contact us
Sun 27th Sept

Opening the Mammal Traps (Traps set Friday night.) Discover the hidden mammals at Marshalls’ Arm, and moths caught in the moth trap. This is an early and prompt start to minimise the captivity time. Also looking at fungi. 9-11am.
Meet at the Stones Manor Lane entrance to the Reserve. Children must be accompanied by an adult. This is also a Marshall's Army day, join in if you like; old clothes suggested. For further details and possible other meeting points contact Marshall's Arm: Click here, or Tom, tmkhunt[at]gmail.co.uk

For all events children must be accompanied by an adult.
Events starting from Saxon’s lane are accessible by wheelchair.

Friends of Anderton and Marbury dates: here.

A Brief History of Marshall's Arm (a few pages of notes). Here.

 

 

Nearby on the Weaver...

Poor's Wood is a wood closer to the Blue Bridge (ie upstream) and on the opposite bank. It has a group doing conservation work on third Sundays. Below is an old poster. Contact Kevin Feeney, 07793 249438, kfeeney[at]cheshirewt.org.uk








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