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October, 2013

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   RSPB Old Moor Events
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Title:RSPB Old Moor Events
Author:RSPB Old Moor 
ID & Publication:20131011020 ~ The-Villager.co.uk 
Area: 
Subject:Events (Regional) 
 Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (2kb)

The RSPB is a registered charity (England & Wales 207076 and Scotland SC037654) and all profits made go directly to fund conservation work for wildlife.

October 28th, 29th, 30th and November 1st
Dungeon craft session (unsupervised) 10 am to 3 pm

Come and make Halloween masks and pictures in our classroom. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Free event (reserve entry fee applies). 10am – 3pm.

October 31st
Spooktacular Tales 3 pm to 6 pm


Join us to make spooky lanterns before following the Halloween trail to the storytelling tent. Settle down with a hot chocolate and snack as you listen to tales of things that go bump in the night.....

£5 per child (includes drink and snack).
Booking essential. Children must be accompanied by an adult (adults go free)


November 1st and 2nd
Fright Sight! A chilling adventure at Old Moor. 6.45 pm to 8 pm

Guided walks are taking a dark twist at RSPB Old Moor this November. Tin Pot Theatre return to the reserve with their promenade outdoor production Fright Sight!

Visitors will be taken on a devilishly dark walk around the reserve to discover untold tales from the eighteenth century and meet characters along the way who will tell how not everyone wanted to give nature a home. They will find out if a sprinkling of magical bird seed can change the course of history and create a place for wildlife to grow and flourish.

Tickets £8 non members and £7 RSPB Members and Children.

Suitable for children over 6 years old.

The performance will go ahead whatever the weather so dress accordingly and wear suitable walking shoes. Ghoulish dress encouraged.

December 7th
Reindeer Whispering 10 am – 4 pm


Santa will be here at Old Moor with his very favourite reindeer. Santa has a gift for all good girls and boys. Come and see the man himself and tell him what's on your Christmas list and then go and see the reindeer and let them know where to deliver your presents on Christmas Eve.

Make Christmas cards and crafts in the classroom to take home to your family. Then why not have a splishy, splashy, nose tingling walk around the reserve followed by a yummy snack and hot chocolate in our cafe, or buy last minute gifts in our shop.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Reserve entry fee applies: £8 family, £4 adults, £2 children, £2.50 concessions. RSPB members free.

Booking essential to meet Santa in his grotto (ticket will be issued on payment of reserve entry), not required for crafts or to meet the reindeer.

January and February 2014
Stargazing Live!


Dates to be confirmed but will be published on www.rspb.org.uk/oldmoor.

Join the team at Old Moor and Mexborough and Swinton Astronomical Society for an evening of natural spectacle. Go on a guided walk to see birds come home to roost followed by stargazing in the night sky.
The event starts at 3pm and will finish at approximately 6.30 pm.
The event is free and booking is essential. Soup and drinks available to purchase.
Book via the Visitor Centre on 01226 751593 or old.moor@rspb.org.uk

February Half Term 2014:

Reserve entry fee applies to all events: £4 adults, £2 children over 5, £8 families, free to RSPB members.

Saturday, Sunday, Monday – Drawing, Dipping and Discovery Days

Our activity centre will be open for self lead crafts all about homes for wildlife. Come along and enjoy painting and sticking and gluing and doing and then why not explore the reserve to see what bugs, birds and pond life you can see, followed by a snack or a drink in our cafe. Pond dipping kits and activity backpacks are available to hire.

Tuesday – Tuesday Tales

Join Chris and Bob for tales of wildlife and wonder in the heart of our nature reserve. Listen with wonder to music and myths and join in the excitement. Session throughout the day. Suitable children of all ages.

Wednesday – Wild Wednesday

Go pond dipping on the reserve with a wildlife expert, or simply enjoy being out in the fresh air in beautiful surroundings.

Thursday – Thinkbombs!

Have you ever wondered why birds have different types of feet? Why do bats go ‘splat’? How do butterflies eat? Come along to the reserve and find the answers. Our team of nature enthusiasts will be on hand to give interactive talks and activities for all the family. Individual session themes will be published on the website: www.rspb.org.uk/oldmoor

Friday – Free Fridays

No reserve entry fee on Fridays during the half term holidays!
Our activity centre will be open for self lead crafts all about homes for wildlife. Come along and enjoy painting and sticking and gluing and doing and then why not explore the reserve to see what bugs, birds and pond life you can see, followed by a snack or a drink in our cafe. Pond dipping kits and activity backpacks are available to

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