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Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust's Bird Food Bonanza

27/01/2013 11:00
27/01/2013 15:00

Event Description

A special event at Gibraltar Point on Sunday 27 January aims to help garden birds through these cold winter days.

The Bird Food Bonanza runs from 11.00am until 3.00pm on Sunday 27 January at the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust's Gibraltar Point National Nature Reserve just south of Skegness. Read more »

Facilitation Training Day – London

21/02/2013 10:00
21/02/2013 16:00

Event Description

Gain the tools and techniques to make your facilitation engaging and productive

Good facilitation can help make local discussion and planning an enjoyable and productive process. It is also important for the development of better policy and practice, for understanding local needs and developing more sustainable communities. Read more »

Volunteer Management Training – London

14/02/2013 10:00
14/02/2013 16:00

Event Description

Helping volunteers love you – your organisation and the role they play.

Learn how to work with volunteers in new and exciting ways that help build your organisation, social enterprise or voluntary group.

“Rebecca is wonderful! We were actively learning and networking at the same time. Brilliant!’” (Waltham Forest Voluntary Action)

“Very much appreciated the training”
Richard Warden (Downham Market Food Co-op) Read more »

An Evening with Mike Dilger

02/02/2013 18:00

Event Description

Face of The One Show and probably the most widely watched wildlife presenter on TV today, Mike Dilger will be embarking on a very special mission for WWT in January 2013. Kind of like a cross between running seven marathons on seven continents in seven days and seeing the ‘big five’ African safari animals, but with a bit of birding thrown in, the Big 9 Challenge will see Mike visit all nine WWT centres across the UK in just nine days. Read more »

The Economist’s Arctic Summit

12/03/2013 09:00
12/03/2013 18:00

Event Description

A new vista for trade, energy and the environment

The resource-rich Arctic is changing faster than anywhere on Earth, and its biggest transformation is just ahead. Thanks to a changing climate, the polar ice cap is shrinking and floating summer ice is projected to disappear altogether, setting alarm bells ringing for environmentalists, but opening up new perspectives for trade and development. Read more »

Natural Colour Summit

13/02/2013
15/02/2013

Event Description

The Natural Colour Summit has delegates from 30 different countries including the US, UK, Germany, Turkey, Colombia, Australia, Finland, Korea, India, and Israel. With already over 100 manufacturers, suppliers, consultants and academics registered, including industry giants such as Danone, Mars Chocolate, Pepsico and Unilever, there is no better forum for you to network and explore the growing market opportunities in natural colour. Read more »

Big Dig Day

16/03/2013

Event Description

On 16th March over 200 urban community gardens will be taking part in the Big Dig Day.

The Big Dig Day is all about getting people down to their local community garden to get growing. Whether you are new to gardening or an experienced gardener the Big Dig needs your help to make your local community garden grow.

Find your town or city on the map at www.bigdig.org.uk to volunteer at one of the gardens, or just turn up on the day and muck in! Read more »

Pond Dipping for Adults

25/03/2013

Event Description

Why should children have all the fun messing about in ponds? This is a chance for adult visitors to London Wetland Centre to roll up their sleeves and enjoy a spot of pond dipping. Come with us on a Pond Safari to hunt for the many different kinds of insects and other small animals that live in fresh waters. Read more »

Pond Dipping for Adults

18/03/2013

Event Description

Why should children have all the fun messing about in ponds? This is a chance for adult visitors to London Wetland Centre to roll up their sleeves and enjoy a spot of pond dipping. Come with us on a Pond Safari to hunt for the many different kinds of insects and other small animals that live in fresh waters. Read more »

Pond Dipping for Adults

11/03/2013

Event Description

Why should children have all the fun messing about in ponds? This is a chance for adult visitors to London Wetland Centre to roll up their sleeves and enjoy a spot of pond dipping. Come with us on a Pond Safari to hunt for the many different kinds of insects and other small animals that live in fresh waters. Read more »

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