A WILD day by the canalside exploring the wonders of Warwickshire’s wildlife is on offer this weekend.
Warwickshire Wildlife Trust is hosting Summer Wildfest at Nelson’s Wharf, next to a nature reserve, on Rugby Road in Stockton on Saturday (June 16), from 10am to 4pm.
Wild activities to try on the day include the chance to explore the meadow flowers of Tasker’s Meadow and Stockton Cutting with experts on hand to help, bug hunting, outdoor family yoga, games, crafts, and free canal boat rides. Guided walks take place at 10.30am and 2pm.
Little ones will be kept entertained by the storytelling sessions, face painting, and pebble painting.
Refreshments will also be available.
Entry is £2.50 (£1 per child/under 4’s free/£1.50 concessions/£6 per family/ free entry for Wildlife Trust members)
Visit www.warwickshirewildlifetrust.org.uk/wildfest for full details.
ALL creatures great and small is the theme of Dunchurch Summer Fete on Saturday (June 16).
The procession sets off at 12.30pm, led by Miss Dunchurch Emily Kilborn, with the fete starting at 1pm at the sports field and village hall.
There will be everything from a dog show to alpacas, together with plenty of other fun and games, and refreshments.
Visit www.dunchurchevents.org.uk for full details.