Arnside and Silverdale AONB Landscape Trust Events
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Join us on a visit to the AONB's newest reserve at Fell End Caravan Park, to look at butterflies and other wildlife, and to learn about the management and development of the reserve.Find out more »
A walk by Ann Turnbull across the sands from Silverdale to Gibralter Farm, hearing history of the seaward part of the village. This will be followed by an exploration of the southern area of Silverdale.Find out more »
A weekend of walks, talks and displays of activities by some of the partnership organisations who help to make the Arnside and Silverdale AONB such an Extraordinary Place. The weekend aims to showcase the work that goes into protecting, improving and enhancing the AONB for the benefit of all.Find out more »
The manager of the Gait Barrows NNR, Glen Swainson, will lead this walk around Gait Barrows and the neighbouring Haweswater, explaining the reserve's history, its special qualities and features, Natural England's current policies and plans for the conservation of its rare species of flora and fauna, as well as showing off some of its hidden corners.Find out more »
A walk through Pickles Meadow, Grubbins Wood and Sands Field, led by Jamie Normington of Cumbria Wildlife Trust, looking at the rare plants and insects that make this reserve special.Find out more »
A walk led by Craig McCoy of the National Trust, ascending Arnside Knott.Find out more »
Peter Moreton of Swifts in the Community will lead a walk around Arnside showing participants where swifts can seen to best advantage when they are around in the summer, and explain what can be done to try to reverse the current decline in swift populations.Find out more »
Another chance for Landscape trust members to visit the extraordinary Mawson’s garden and see for themselves the restoration of this wonderful example of Arts and Crafts movement heritage.Find out more »
Join us for food and a talk by Steven Rutherford, who will be explaining how the timings of events in the natural world can be affected by small shifts in climatic conditions which may then have catastrophic consequences for biodiversity.Find out more »
Additional booking information
If you prefer to book via email, or wish to book on more than one walk without completing multiple booking forms, you can write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, giving the walk code and title of each walk you wish to attend, together with the name of each person attending, their email address and contact telephone number, and stating whether or not they are Landscape Trust members. Your request will be dealt with as quickly as possible but please be aware that orders entered via the online system (where available) may be processed ahead of your request. In cases when there are only two or three places left you will always stand the best chance of securing the places you want by using the online booking option, if this is offered.
For our bookable events, the precise start location and details will normally only be released to those with confirmed bookings. This information will be sent by email either with the booking confirmation, or communicated to you by telephone if you have not provided an email contact address.
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