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daily until July 28, 2019

Kendal Calling 2019 - 3 Day



Venue:
Lowther Deer Park - Lowther Castle
Lowther Castle Lowther

When:
Fri, 26 Jul 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Kendal Calling 2019 (Early Entry Thursday - Only valid with Weekend Ticket)Tickets



Venue:
Lowther Deer Park - Lowther Castle
Lowther Castle Lowther

When:
Thu, 25 Jul 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Discover Naddle at Night


A guided exploration of Haweswater's nocturnal wildlife. Naddle Forest is home to an incredible array of wildlife, much of which roams the gnarly woodland after sunset. Whilst searching for tawny owls, deer, badgers, foxes and more, your RSPB guide will share insights into the the sights and sounds of the woodland, including fresh tracks and nocturnal calls. Perhaps we will discover a badger’s footprint, or hear the echoing bark of a roe deer… Of course, we will be on the lookout for the ultimate night explorers, bats! Using specialist bat detectors you will hear the incredible clicks, slaps and drips of 'bat chat', discovering how each species creates different sounds when hunting. Returning to Naddle Farm, you can enjoy hot chocolate and biscuits as we continue to listen for bats around the building. Adult Tickets £15 Adult Tickets (RSPB Members) £12 Children £10 Suitable for ages 10 and above, children must be accompanied by a paying adult. FAQs Where is the meeting place? Your RSPB Guide will meet you at the RSPB Haweswater office, Naddle Farm. The full address is detailed in the event description.  What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Unfortunately public transport to Naddle Farm is unavailable. There is some parking available at Naddle Farm for those driving. Simply drive up the Naddle Farm lane until you reach the farmhouse (the RSPB Haweswater offices), where you RSPB Guide will be waiting for you. Is this walk suitable for families? Yes, we would welcome families to join us on this walk, however please be aware that some of this walk will include a guided walk through Naddle Forest at night. We would recommend it is most suitable for children aged 10 and above, however please contact us with any enquiries about this. If you have younger children, our Wild Families: Bats and Bears events would be more appropriate, and just as fun! What should I bring with me? You are not required to bring anything, however you may wish to bring a light rain jacket and your own small torch if you hav one, however torches will be available. If you have a bat detector, feel free to bring it along too! Are toilets available on site? There is a toilet at Naddle Farm available before we set off for the walk, and we will return to the farm after around one hour.   How can I contact the RSPB Haweswater with any questions? Please contact Visitor Development Officer Heather Devey at the RSPB Haweswater office on 01931 713376 or at [email protected] if you have any queries.

Venue:
RSPB Haweswater
Naddle Farm , Burn Banks, Bampton Penrith

When:
Tue, 30 Jul 2019 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Wild Families: Naddle Forest Explorers


Children are invited to train their grown ups in the art of being WILD! on this RSPB guided event. We will enjoy bug hunting, bird spotting, games, animal tracking, wildflower finding, wild art and lots more in gnarly, beautiful Naddle Forest. Naddle Forest is home to a wonderful diversity of wild animals and plants, from Roe Deer, Woodpeckers, Foxes, Butterflies, Dragonflies and more, and is the perfect place for families to enjoy a guided exploration of this beautiful, secluded part of the Lake District. Hot/ cold drinks and biscuits will be provided. Adult Tickets: £10 Adult Tickets (RSPB Members): £8 Children £10 Suitable for children aged up to 12. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Spaces are limited.

Venue:
RSPB Haweswater
Naddle Farm , Burn Banks, Bampton Penrith

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


on various days

Wild Families: Bats and Bears


Children are invited to bring their grown ups and teddy bears along to an evening of nocturnal wildlife discovery on this exciting RSPB guided event! We will explore fairytale-like Naddle Forest before the sun sets, searching for foxes, spying on deer, listening to tawny owls and of course eavesdropping on the ultimate creatures of the night, bats, using special detectors. After this circular walk we will return to Naddle Farm to listen to bats forage as we enjoy hot chocolates and biscuits. A real adventure for families and teddy bears alike...! Adult tickets: £12 Adult Tickets (RSPB Members): £10 Child Tickets: £10 Suitable for children aged 10 and below. Children must be accompanied by an adult. FAQs Where is the meeting place? Your RSPB Guide will meet you at the RSPB Haweswater office, Naddle Farm. The full address is detailed in the event description.  What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Unfortunately public transport to Naddle Farm is unavailable. There is some parking available at Naddle Farm for those driving. Simply drive up the Naddle Farm lane until you reach the farmhouse (the RSPB Haweswater offices), where you RSPB Guide will be waiting for you. Is this walk suitable for families? Yes, we would welcome families to join us on this walk, however please be aware that some of this walk will include a guided walk through Naddle Forest at night. We would recommend it is most suitable for children aged 10 and above, however please contact us with any enquiries about this. If you have older children, our Exploring Naddle at Night events may be more appropriate, and just as fun! What should I bring with me? You are not required to bring anything, however you may wish to bring a light rain jacket and your own small torch if you have one, however torches will be available. If you have a bat detector, feel free to bring it along too! Are toilets available on site? There is a toilet at Naddle Farm available before we set off for the walk, and we will return to the farm after around one hour.   How can I contact the RSPB Haweswater with any questions? Please contact Visitor Development Officer Heather Devey at the RSPB Haweswater office on 01931 713376 or at [email protected] if you have any queries.

Venue:
RSPB Haweswater
Naddle Farm , Burn Banks, Bampton Penrith

When:
Sun, 21 Jul 2019 8.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


One-day Hawk and Owl Photography Workshop


Join award-winning pro wildlife photographers Ann & Steve Toon for a fun day photographing some of Britain's most charismatic birds of prey, up close and in-flight, in the beautiful and dramatic scenery of Cumbria's Eden Valley. We’ll be working with master falconer Richard Cooper of Silverband falconry, winner of a Cumbrian Tourism Board award for excellence, and exploiting the season’s best of the region’s sweeping scenery as a backdrop for our bird photography. Whether you’re a seasoned shooter or a relative beginner, you’ll gets lots of practical help from Ann and Steve on this friendly, informative and informal photography day (they’ve been running these popular workshops for more than 10 years) and there’ll be plenty of opportunities for some great shots. We’ll be photographing native species from the Silverband collection such as Tawny Owl, Barn Owl, Little Owl, Long-eared Owl, Buzzard, Peregrine Falcon and more. Lunch and refreshments are included in the £120 price. Silverband falconry is set among tranquil and unspoilt farmland, at the foot of the North Pennines, only 15 minutes drive from the M6 (Penrith exit). In addition to the dramatic upland fells there’s a wealth of meadows, hay fields, dry stone walls, hedgerows and farm buildings at hand, offering us a wonderful range of beautiful natural settings to choose from on the day. More info at www.toonphoto.com/workshopraptor.html. Please note: Spaces limited to 8 photographers and a maximum of two non-photographing companions (companion spaces are priced at £20 and allocated on a first come first serve basis). Please note: Eventbrite automatically sends a booking acknowledgement to attendees, as well as the person booking. If you are making a booking as a surprise present for someone, do not fill in their email address: rather put your own email address. We will contact you ourselves to obtain the attendee's email address, to avoid spoiling any surprise.  ‘I’ve been on a number of workshops over the years and must say that yours was, in my opinion, head and shoulders above the others.’  ‘You really care that your clients get the greatest benefit from the day and your knowledge and professionalism shines through.' 

Venue:
Silverband Falconry
Kirkby Thore , Vale of Eden Penrith

When:
Fri, 19 Jul 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Circus Is Coming To Town! - PMC Holiday Club 2019


PMCs annual Summer Holiday Club is here! This year, roll up, roll up! The circus is on its way, bringing with it things to inspire and amaze. But what happens when we're called to join in with the circus? What is there about us that is already amazing? There will be the usual mix of competitions, songs, stories, activities, games, a lot of fun and a bit of spectacle - this is the Greatest Show, after all! The fun starts at 10.00am each day through until 12.00 noon. On the final day, Friday, there will be a family fun afternoon so bring a picnic for lunch together and then bouncy castle, games, face-painting, etc in the afternoon - for the whole family. Finishing at 3.30pm.We can't wait to see you!

Venue:
Penrith Methodist Church
Wordsworth Street Penrith

When:
Mon, 22 Jul 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


One-day Hawk and Owl Photography Workshop


Join award-winning pro wildlife photographers Ann & Steve Toon for a fun day photographing some of Britain's most charismatic birds of prey, up close and in-flight, in the beautiful and dramatic scenery of Cumbria's Eden Valley. We’ll be working with master falconer Richard Cooper of Silverband falconry, winner of a Cumbrian Tourism Board award for excellence, and exploiting the season’s best of the region’s sweeping scenery as a backdrop for our bird photography. Whether you’re a seasoned shooter or a relative beginner, you’ll gets lots of practical help from Ann and Steve on this friendly, informative and informal photography day (they’ve been running these popular workshops for more than 10 years) and there’ll be plenty of opportunities for some great shots. We’ll be photographing native species from the Silverband collection such as Tawny Owl, Barn Owl, Little Owl, Long-eared Owl, Buzzard, Peregrine Falcon and more. Lunch and refreshments are included in the £120 price. Silverband falconry is set among tranquil and unspoilt farmland, at the foot of the North Pennines, only 15 minutes drive from the M6 (Penrith exit). In addition to the dramatic upland fells there’s a wealth of meadows, hay fields, dry stone walls, hedgerows and farm buildings at hand, offering us a wonderful range of beautiful natural settings to choose from on the day. More info at www.toonphoto.com/workshopraptor.html. Please note: Spaces limited to 8 photographers and a maximum of two non-photographing companions (companion spaces are priced at £20 and allocated on a first come first serve basis). Please note: Eventbrite automatically sends a booking acknowledgement to attendees, as well as the person booking. If you are making a booking as a surprise present for someone, do not fill in their email address: rather put your own email address. We will contact you ourselves to obtain the attendee's email address, to avoid spoiling any surprise.  ‘I’ve been on a number of workshops over the years and must say that yours was, in my opinion, head and shoulders above the others.’  ‘You really care that your clients get the greatest benefit from the day and your knowledge and professionalism shines through.' 

Venue:
Silverband Falconry
Kirkby Thore , Vale of Eden Penrith

When:
Fri, 26 Jul 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Threlkeld Quarry


We are pleased to share details of our visit in 2019 to the very special Threlkeld Quarry and Mining Museum . This former quarry is now home to a mining museum, an extensive collection of mechanical diggers , two foot gauge railway and all in fabulous scenery Visiting engines this year are Bagnall "Kidbrooke" of 1917 from Yaxham alongside three engines from our good friends at the Statfold Barn Railway , Ex Southam Cement works Peckett  w/n 1632/1923 "Liassic" . Kerr Stuart w/n 3128/1918 "Roger" and new build quarry Hunslet "Jack Lane" Our event will follow the normal routine with shed scenes , steam raising and loco preparation from 8am . Many of the scenes feature the stunning lakeland scenery and Blencathra Our events endeavour to create as many photo opportunities as possible at the superb location in the lake district . From the superb stone engine shed to the quarry face and the vast collection of diggers . This year will also feature more track on the new extension away from the quarry .Finish is anticipated around 5:30 to 6pm . Please be aware that a fair amount of walking on rocky terrain is needed at this location . we will where possible try and move people around by train Cost this year I have reduced to £60 which with four visiting engines I hope you will agree is good value    FAQs What are my transport/parking options for getting to and from the event? Access to Threlkeld is from the A66 road from Penrith . No rail connections are available   What can I bring into the event? You will need good walking shoes. A fair amount of walking is involved on uneven terrain so reasonable fitness and stamina is needed. We do try were possible to move people around by train    What's the refund policy? Once your booking is made then it is non refundable. In the event of any cancellation of the event then all money will be refunded   

Venue:
Threlkeld Quarry & Mining Museum
Quarry Threlkeld

When:
Fri, 26 Jul 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


One-day Hawk and Owl Photography Workshop


Join award-winning pro wildlife photographers Ann & Steve Toon for a fun day photographing some of Britain's most charismatic birds of prey, up close and in-flight, in the beautiful and dramatic scenery of Cumbria's Eden Valley. We’ll be working with master falconer Richard Cooper of Silverband falconry, winner of a Cumbrian Tourism Board award for excellence, and exploiting the season’s best of the region’s sweeping scenery as a backdrop for our bird photography. Whether you’re a seasoned shooter or a relative beginner, you’ll gets lots of practical help from Ann and Steve on this friendly, informative and informal photography day (they’ve been running these popular workshops for more than 10 years) and there’ll be plenty of opportunities for some great shots. We’ll be photographing native species from the Silverband collection such as Tawny Owl, Barn Owl, Little Owl, Long-eared Owl, Buzzard, Peregrine Falcon and more. Lunch and refreshments are included in the £120 price. Silverband falconry is set among tranquil and unspoilt farmland, at the foot of the North Pennines, only 15 minutes drive from the M6 (Penrith exit). In addition to the dramatic upland fells there’s a wealth of meadows, hay fields, dry stone walls, hedgerows and farm buildings at hand, offering us a wonderful range of beautiful natural settings to choose from on the day. More info at www.toonphoto.com/workshopraptor.html. Please note: Spaces limited to 8 photographers and a maximum of two non-photographing companions (companion spaces are priced at £20 and allocated on a first come first serve basis). Please note: Eventbrite automatically sends a booking acknowledgement to attendees, as well as the person booking. If you are making a booking as a surprise present for someone, do not fill in their email address: rather put your own email address. We will contact you ourselves to obtain the attendee's email address, to avoid spoiling any surprise.  ‘I’ve been on a number of workshops over the years and must say that yours was, in my opinion, head and shoulders above the others.’  ‘You really care that your clients get the greatest benefit from the day and your knowledge and professionalism shines through.' 

Venue:
Silverband Falconry
Kirkby Thore , Vale of Eden Penrith

When:
Sun, 28 Jul 2019 9.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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