Children and families are being invited to a series of free events over half-term, including pond dipping, moth trapping, nocturnal walks, guided tours and face painting at Kings Dyke Nature Reserve in Whittlesey.
The nature reserve, which is owned by local building products manufacturer Forterra, and can be found off the Peterborough Road, PE7 1PD, is hosting events in association with conservation charity Buglife.
Buglife will also have lots of information about how to make your garden more invertebrate friendly, as well as activities for children.
Monday, May 29:
8am to 11am - A walk with the warden
Tuesday, May 30:
2pm to 4pm - Bug hunt
6pm to 7pm - The natural history of Whittlesey brick pits
9pm to 11pm - Newts, bats and night-time birds
Thursday, June 1
Noon to 5pm - Charron Pugsley-Hill, contemporary artist of bright, colourful, vibrant art
1.30pm to 4.30pm - Face painting
Friday, June 2
6.30pm Brickworks tour
Saturday, June 3
Noon to 6pm - Nature crafts with Ashley Parfitt
10pm to 2am - Moth trapping
Suitable clothing and sturdy footwear is advisable for all events and disabled access is available.
For further details and bookings of walks and tours, please call 01553 630842, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit: https://www.buglife.org.uk/news-%26-events/events/kings-dyke-nature-reserve-open-day