Cricket Creation

 Location: Rural Life Living Museum, The Reeds Rd, Tilford, Farnham, GU10 2DL Date: 14th March Time: 12 noon onwards. Drop-in, no booking necessary. Please be aware you must pay entry to the Rural Life Living Centre - costs here. “There is something quite evocative about the soft chirping of a cricket on a warm summer’s...

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Nightjar and Cricket Walk, Farnham Heath

Location: RSPB Farnham Heath, The Reeds Rd, Farnham GU10 2DL Date: 8th June Time: 8pm - 10pm Join RSPB for an evening walk around Receptor Site at Farnham Heath to listen out and look for the mysterious Nightjar bird. Enjoy the Heath's wildlife for 2 hours on a (hopefully!) warm summers evening. Refreshments will be...

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Field Cricket Training Day

Location: Storington Village Hall & Lord's Piece, Pulborough Date: 5th June Time: 10.30am - 4pm As part of our Back from the Brink's Field Cricket project we would like to invite you to a Field Cricket training day - learn about this incredible species! The training day is a free event but but spaces are...

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The Dream of the Field Cricket

Location: The Rural Life Centre, Farnham. GU10 2DL Date: 1st of June Time: 4pm - 9:30pm The Dream of the Field Cricket: words and music for the late afternoon and evening   Afternoon (4pm – 5.45pm) Beginning with a short ‘walk for inspiration’ in the company of writer Laurence Rose we will explore ways of...

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Heathland Superheros Safari

Location: Pulborough Brookes Date: 7th July Time: 2 - 4pm You need some pretty incredible skills to survive on the heath; you could be fast, fierce and strong or you could rely on amazing camouflage to hide from danger! On this family event we’ll be getting up close and personal with some of the remarkable...

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Heathland Safari

Location: Pulborough Brooks Nature Reserve, RH20 2EL Date: 29th June. Time: 2pm - 4pm.   Cost: Free Booking essential - please call the Visitor Centre on 01798 875851 (Max 20 people). Did you know that you can find wolves and tigers out on the heath? Wolf Spiders, Beewolfs, Green Tiger Beetles and fierce Dragonflies patrol our...

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Adder

The Adder is one of our three native species of snake and our most widespread, being found from the south of England to the north of Scotland. However, populations in central Britain are in decline. The Adder is easily recognised by a dark, continuous 'zig-zag' stripe along its back. The background colour varies from grey-white...

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Field Cricket

These remarkable creatures are among the rarest and most threatened invertebrates in the UK. They are 2cm long and chunky, black or brown with striking yellow wing-bases. They are 2cm long and chunky, black or brown with striking yellow wing-bases. They can’t fly, but can walk up to 100m a day. Their wing markings resemble...

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