10th May 2021, 9:45am11:45am

girl looking closely at ladybird on flower

A sociable, sensory stroll through Coatham Marsh in spring. We’ll be hoping for birds and birdsong and taking time to really notice nature in different ways. You will feel refreshed! Please wear stout footwear and carry a waterproof. Binoculars available to borrow.

This event is part of the  Tees Valley Wildlife Trust’s  Wildlife for Wellbeing  programme of activities to celebrate the of  as part of  Mental Health Awareness Week 10 – 16  May 2021.

For inspiration and practical ideas on how you can bring wildlife into your everyday site visit our wellbeing pages.

To book:  Ring Sue on 07736 895172 or email santrobus@teeswildlife.org.Due to covid restrictions there will be 6 places per event. On booking you will receive joining instructions, including where to meet where to meet.  If the event is oversubscribed it will be repeated at 1pm in the afternoon.

Note: If interest exceeds the number of places available the event will be rerun in the afternoon at 12.30pm.

 


Location and Directions

Address:

Coatham Marsh, Warrenby Road, Redcar TS10 5BW

Meeting point: information provided when booking confirmed