World Ranger Weekend at Tyntesfield 2018
In support of World Ranger Day, the National Trust rangers from sites across Bristol invite you to join us for a weekend of talks and activities to celebrate their work.
What is World Ranger Day?
World Ranger Day is organised every year by the International Ranger Federation.
It celebrates the work rangers across the globe do to protect the world's natural and cultural treasures.
We're marking it at Tyntesfield with a series of walks, talks and activities led by the National Trust's Bristol ranger team.
Tyntesfield nature at night walk
Friday 27 July, 8.30pm
Tyntesfield is home to a whole range of different types of wildlife.
On this evening walk to launch our ranger weekend, Area Ranger, Darren, will introduce you to some of the species that live on site.
Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 July
The Bristol ranger team will be at Tyntesfield all weekend answering questions, sharing what they do, and running activities.
From talks on what rangers across the world get up to, wildlife inspired crafts and the opportunity to meet Tyntesfield's bee keeper, there's loads of ways to get involved with ranger weekend at Tyntesfield this year.
Butterfly survey with a ranger
Saturday 28 July, 11.15am
Sunday 29 July, 2pm
Tyntesfield is home to hundreds of butterflies: see how many you can spot and learn about the different types with one of the National Trust's rangers.
Trees of Tyntesfield guided walk
Saturday 28 July, 12.30pm
The Gibbs family, who lived at Tyntesfield from 1844 until 2002, amassed an incredible collection of historic objects, furniture and trees.
This guided walk, led by a National Trust ranger, is a great way to see some of Tyntesfield's trees as we mark World Ranger Day.
Veteran tree walk
Sunday 29 July, 11am-12pm and 2-3pm
The National Trust looks after a significant collection of ancient and veteran trees across Bristol and this walk is a great way to see some of Tyntesfield's veterans.
Young ranger school
Tuesday 31 July, World Ranger Day, 10.30am-12.30pm and 1.30-3.30pm
This World Ranger Day, the Tyntesfield outdoor team invite you to join them for a family hands-on ranger session, to get a taste of the work they do.
Why not channel your inner National Trust ranger and wear red?