attractions added regularly…
Sunday October 8th
A Great Family Day Out!
Your Mistress of Ceremonies!
Local Radio Presenter
Free Entry ~ Free Parking ~ Free Entertainment
Raptor Rescue ~ Hedgehog Welfare ~ Lincolnshire Bat Group
Great to know there are so many local groups caring for our sick and injured wildlife – they may even have some of their recovering patients for us to see!
The Woodland Trust will be with us – where would we, or our wildlife be without our woods!
to include – The fabulous Creation Station & more!
‘Inspire your child and unleash their creativity with award winning creative fun brought to you by the friendly folk at The Creation Station. At this year’s Discovery Day, enjoy a creative journey of discovery through fun hands-on art and craft activities.’
One of the ‘Have a Go’ opportunities
So well received at last year’s event ~ we’ve enticed him out of his natural habitat again ~ try your skill at pole lathe turning!
More Dancing – Girls & Boys this time!
In the Marquee
Sustrans – ask them about cycling routes in this area & beyond
Waterway Groups ~ Crafts ~ Butterfly Conservation & More!
Pick up your free copy of Towpath Talk – The UK’s Number ONE read for all waterway users
In the Carpenter’s Shop
Homemade Cake ~ Tea ~ Coffee ~ Soft Drinks
Outside attractions include
Sizzling Sausages BBQ
Dirty Duck Race
…the silliest duck race you ever did see…
Camping and Caravanning on site – make a weekend of it!
Why not stay longer? Fabulous views of the majestic Belvoir Castle, Towpath Walks, Canoeing, quiet lanes for cycling
Good Food at the Dirty Duck!
Explore the Vale ~ Discover the market town of Grantham
or the ancient charm of Stamford & Newark
***Where to find us***
The Carpenter’s Shop Canal Depot, Duck Lane, Woolsthorpe by Belvoir, Nr. Grantham. NG32 1NY
If in doubt – make for the Dirty Duck pub!
Camping & Caravanning only:
Telephone Belvoir Castle Reception 9am – 5pm: 01476 871001
The Dirty Duck only:
Telephone: 01476 870111
Discovery Day enquiries only:
We couldn’t do it without them
With grateful thanks to the Belvoir Estate and licencees Jean-Francois & Lynne of the Dirty Duck for permission to use their car park and facilities
fuelled by volunteers!