50 things blitz

Come and tick off a number of 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4. No. 13: Make a mud pie - Come and get your hands dirty and make a squidgy, squelchy mud pie and decorate it with twigs and leaves, No. 26: Hunt for fossils and bones - Hunt...

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Come and tick off a number of 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4.

No. 13: Make a mud pie - Come and get your hands dirty and make a squidgy, squelchy mud pie and decorate it with twigs and leaves,

No. 26: Hunt for fossils and bones - Hunt for fossils of sea creatures in our quarries,

No. 31: Hunt for bugs - Use our specialist equipment to catch some creepy crawlies and

No. 44: Go bird watching - Use our binoculars to spot birds from the bird hide.

Prices

Event ticket prices
  • All £2.00

The basics

Suitability
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Dogs on leads are welcome.
Meeting point
Presthope car park Grid ref: SO 582977

Times

Event opening times and availability
Day Times Availability
22 August 2019 11:00 - 15:00 Available

Contact Info

Name
Wenlock Edge
Email
wenlockedge@nationaltrust.org.uk
Telephone
Call 07790367215

Upcoming events

Wenlock's wildflowers

Thu 27 Jun 2019
18:30-20:30
Explore the variety of wild flowers that can be found thriving in disused limestone quarries on Wenlock Edge and learn how to identify them.

Scavenger Hunt

Thu 25 Jul 2019
11:00-14:00
Come and explore the woods and track down nature's treasures.

Little Trackers

Thu 08 Aug 2019
11:00-13:00
Be a nature detective and join the ranger to discover who calls the Wenlock woods home.

50 things blitz

Thu 22 Aug 2019
11:00-15:00
Come and tick off a number of 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4. No. 13: Make a mud pie - Come and get your hands dirty and make a squidgy, squelchy mud pie and decorate it with twigs and leaves, No. 26: Hunt for fossils and bones - Hunt...

Wild Food Foraging Morning

Sun 15 Sep 2019
10:00-13:00
See what edible delights can be found at Wilderhope in autumn.

Dormouse walk

Sun 06 Oct 2019
10:00-12:00
Wenlock Edge is home to the largest population of hazel dormice in Shropshire. At this time of year they will be nibbling hazel nuts in a bid to put on weight before winter arrives