Green events diary
Free Film Screening What: The Cove, an Oscar-winning documentary Where: John Clare Theatre, Central Library When: Film starts at 7.30pm – please arrive by 7pm Certificate 12. Cost: Entrance is free but donations are welcome.
Beautiful Bug Ball Who: The Wildlife Trust Where: Stanground Community Woodland What: Drop in for a fun filled time playing in nature. Children can discover beautiful bugs and butterflies, plus there will be lots of natural crafts and wild games. When: 11am-1pm Cost: Free
PEP Evening Tour Who: Railworld Where: Railworld, Oundle Road, Peterborough, PE2 9NR What: Discover the Peterborough Environmental Project at Railworld. Time: 6pm - 9pm Cost: Free
Bikeability 2 Cycle Training Who: Cycle Maps UK Where: Central Park (The Buttercross cafe) What: Part 2 of Bikeability cycle training course. When: 2pm - 5pm How: To book contact The Cycle Training People on 01733 573355 or firstname.lastname@example.org Cost: £25
Teddy Bears’ Picnic Who: Nene Park Trust Where: Ferry Meadows Visitor Centre What: Enjoy a picnic with your teddy bear and find out what the big surprise is. Please take your own picnic lunch and Teddy Bear. When: 12pm How: For more details please call Nene Park Trust on 01733 234193 or e-mail email@example.com Cost: Free
Great Fen Family Fun Day Who: The Wildlife Trust Where: Ramsey Heights Countryside Classroom and Nature Reserve What: An afternoon of fun activities When: 1pm-4.30pm How: Please contact the Great Fen team on firstname.lastname@example.org call 01487 710420 or visit www.greatfen.org.uk for directions, access information, to book, or just to find out more. Cost: Suggested donation £2.50 per person, £6 per family.
Trashion Textiles Who: Peterborough College of Adult Education Where: PCAE, Brook Street, Peterborough, PE1 1TU What: Try your hand at a range of traditional crafts with a green twist. When: 10am - 4pm Cost: Free
Cycling John Clare Country with refreshments at Clare Cottage Who: Travelchoice, Peterborough City Council Where: Werrington Centre (outside the entrance to Werrington Sports Centre and the Library) What: A leisurely-paced 11 mile circular ride When: 6.15pm How: For catering purposes if you are interesting in attending the ride, please e-mail email@example.com Cost: Free, although refreshments will be at personal cost
Trashion Show Who: Peterborough College of Adult Education When: Re-fashioning and music from 10am. First catwalk show 3pm-4pm. Second catwalk show 6pm-7pm Where: Queensgate What: Bring new life to old clothes
Bug Quest Who: RSPB Where: RSPB centre, Fineshade Woods, NN17 3BB What: Discover what creepy-crawlies live in the woods. Hunt for spiders, beetles, worms and much more in this fun interactive activity. Time: 10.30am - 12pm Cost: £4 per child, £2 per adult (RSPB members half price)
Environmental Sculpture Who: Nene Park Trust Where: Ferry Meadows Visitor Centre What: Join a Nene Park Trust Ranger and using natural materials we will be having fun creating our own environmental sculpture. When: Drop in between 1pm and 3pm How: For more information please call Nene Park Trust on 01733 234193 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Cost: Free
Evening bird-watching and listening on the Nene Washes Who: RSPB & Peterborough Bird Club Where: First gate on Low Wash drove (signposted off B1040 north of Whittlesey) What: Meet while there is still light to walk the drove, looking for some of our rarer birds which include black-tailed godwit and garganey. After sunset, there is a good chance of hearing corncrakes, a bird that is being re-introduced at this nature reserve. When: 8pm - 10pm Cost: £3 adults, £1 children, half price for RSPB and Peterborough Bird Club members. How: Booking is essential - contact Charlie Kitchin on 01733 205140 or Charlie.email@example.com
Bus-walk: Nene Way, Ashton and Oundle Who: Peterborough Ramblers Where: Queensgate Bus Station, Bay 15 (for Bus X4) What: Bus to Warmington, then a four mile walk on the Nene Way to Oundle, with time to look around or have a tea. When: 1pm - 5pm How: Contact: Christine Kirby on 01733 321944 or 07779 927889. Cost: Local bus fare
Back to Nature Who: Hanson Building Products Where: King’s Dyke Nature Reserve, via Hanson’s Sales Office Car Park on A605, Whittlesey What: A host of activities, including pond dipping, fossil hunting, bird watching, nature trail, owl pellet dissection, snake and lizard handling, quizzes and archaeological/geological displays. At 2pm there will be the grand opening of the Nature Reserve extension and at 3pm and 6pm there will be the Ticklish Allsorts Wildlife Roadshow. From 9pm to 11pm there is the chance to take part in the final great crested newt survey of 2010. How: Booking is essential for the newt survey - contact Philip Parker on 01553 630842 or philipparkerassociates@