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Dogs and Nature residencies

Come along and talk to local organisations about all things dogs and wildlife

  • Booking not needed
  • Free event (admission applies)

Walking our four-legged friends in nature is one of the highlights of dog ownership, but are you aware of the relationships and effects of dogs in nature? This Spring we have several local organisations visiting for residencies to help explain just that. From Suffolk rural crimes police, to the RNLI, there are a whole host of different themes to explore. The specific dates are:

16th/17th and 23rd/24th March - RSPB 20th/21st April - The Dogs Trust 11th/12th May - RNLI

More residencies will be added here as they are announced...

Times

Prices

Event ticket prices

This event is free, but normal admission charges apply for the venue.

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The basics

Suitability

Children welcome

Meeting point

The stands will be adjacent to the cottages.

What to bring and wear

Please dress suitably for the weather conditions on the day. Sturdy footwear is also advisable as some paths are uneven.

Accessibility

Accessible to all, but please note that the site has mixed terrain. An off-road mobility scooter is available to hire, but please book this in advance.

Other

Parking ticket required on entry. Members please scan your cards, non-members please purchase a ticket from the visitor welcome hut.

Upcoming events

Event

Dunwich Heath talks 

Join our talks to discover the history and ecology on your doorstep...

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on
28 Feb 2024
at
14:00 to 15:00
Event

Spring flower workshop 

Get into the spirit of Spring with this flower arrangement making workshop...

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on
1 Mar to 2 Mar 2024
at
10:30 to 12:00
+ 3 other dates or times
Event

Mother's Day flower workshop 

Get into the spirit of Mother's Day with this flower arrangement workshop...

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on
8 Mar to 9 Mar 2024
at
10:30 to 12:00
+ 3 other dates or times
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Folk tunes in the Tea-room with the Belle Heathers 

Come and listen to folk tunes in the Tea-room

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on
16 Mar 2024
at
13:00 to 14:30