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Today to 22 Jun 2017 by distance

More details - Martin’s Maps
Get back to basics on a guide to the use of map and compass. Use your new found skills on a walk around the area in the afternoon.
Lower Higham Visitor Centre, Higham Lane, Hyde
Sun 28 May

More details - Flora Walk
Spend a relaxing evening with the Bamforth Brothers in close study of the local flora.
Lower Higham Visitor Centre, Higham Lane, Hyde
Tue 13 Jun

More details - Balsam Bashing in Hyde Park Woodlands.
Help us stop this invasive alien species ruining our woods and meadows. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Bayley Hall, Hyde Park, Lodge Lane, Hyde
Mon 12 Jun

More details - Conservation Day in Stamford Park
A variety of tasks in this well-used park. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Stamford Park Depot, Stamford Park, Astley Road, Stalybridge,
Thu 8 Jun

More details - Gamesley Fold Cottage - Open Garden for NGS
Old fashioned cottage garden with rhododendrons, herbaceous borders with candelabra primulas, flowers and herbs. Vegetable garden and a water...
Gamesley Fold Cottage, Glossop
Sun 28 May, Sun 25 Jun

More details - Conservation Day in Dukinfield
Site maintenance at Tower Street Park. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Near 6 Tower Street, Dukinfield,
Thu 1 Jun

More details - Damsels and Dragons
The river and ponds of Haughton Dale attract some amazing wildlife. Join us looking for dragonflies and damselflies on this family friendly nature...
bottom of Meadow Lane, Haughton Dale, Denton.
Thu 8 Jun

More details - Balsam Bashing in Haughton Dale Local Nature Reserve.
Help us stop this invasive alien species ruining our woods and meadows. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
bottom of Meadow Lane, Haughton Dale, Denton.
Thu 22 Jun

More details - Wire, Linoleum and Wallpaper
An easy four mile stroll with Brian Taylor in the woodlands around Denton and Haughton Green, now rich in wildlife, which hide evidence of a once...
Bottom of Cemetery Road, off Stockport Road, Denton.
Sun 11 Jun

More details - Moorland Edge 1
Make the most of the long summer evenings on a three mile walk up to Walkerwood with Paul Nethercott.
Oakgates Car Park, Hartley St. Millbrook, Stalybridge
Wed 7 Jun

More details - Those Marvellous Men and their Musical Machines
‘Scallywags Theatre Company’ will help you bring the industrial machines on display in the museum to life. Create your own noise and sounds and make...
Portland Basin Museum, Portland Place, Ashton-under-Lyne
Mon 29 May

More details - Meet Tommy Atkins: First World War Soldier
Have you ever wondered what a soldier wore, what he ate, how he lived, fought and died in the ‘Great War for Civilisation’?
Portland Basin Museum, Portland Place, Ashton-under-Lyne
Wed 31 May

More details - Making Friends with the Archives
A free session handling the archives on a variety of topics. This month; ‘Living the Poor Life’, a look at the variety of information available...
Local Studies and Archives Centre, Old Street, Ashton-under-Lyne.
Tue 30 May

More details - Manchester to Glossop Folk Train
RAG TAG BAND - Entertaining the audience with a great selection of Country, Folk, Irish, Blues, Celtic Pop and Rock. A fantastic variety of music...
Manchester Piccadilly Station and Glossop Labour Club 11-12 Chapel Street,Glossop
Today

More details - Manchester To Glossop Folk Train
THE HAYES SISTERS - Brand new to our folk train audience and an experience not to miss. A sibling acoustic trio from Manchester with 3 guitars, 3...
Manchester Piccadilly
Thu 22 Jun

More details - Flora walk
Spend a relaxing evening with the Bamforth Brothers in close study of the local flora. Celebrating Alan’s 40th anniversary as a volunteer.
Castle Clough car park, Buckton Vale Road, Carrbrook, Stalybridge.
Tue 30 May

More details - Balsam Bashing at Cowbury and Castle Clough Local Nature Reserve.
Help us stop this invasive alien species ruining our woods and meadows. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Castle Clough car park, Buckton Vale Road, Carrbrook, Stalybridge.
Tue 20 Jun

More details - Conservation Day on Egmont Street Fields
A variety of tasks in this well-used park. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Egmont Street Entrance, between river and canal, Mossley.
Thu 15 Jun

More details - Conservation Day in Droylsden
Site maintenance and a Spring clean at Medlock Fields. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Saxon Street car park, Droylsden,
Tue 30 May

More details - K.I.T.E (Kids in the Environment)
Come and join us for fun, forest school activities, discovering and exploring the countryside. 7 – 12 years.
Park Bridge Heritage Centre, The Stables, Ashton
Sun 4 Jun, Sun 2 Jul

More details - Heritage Transport
On Fathers’ Day, bring your dad to a rally of more than 80 vintage and classic cars and bikes in an historic setting.
Park Bridge Heritage Centre, The Stables, Ashton
Sun 18 Jun

More details - Midsummer Nights Solstice
Make the most of the longest day on a four mile stroll to Hartshead Pike.
Park Bridge Heritage Centre, The Stables, Ashton
Wed 21 Jun

More details - Flora Walk
Spend a relaxing evening with the Bamforth Brothers in close study of the local flora.
The canal swing bridge, Copperas lane, off Fairfield Road, Droylsden
Tue 6 Jun

More details - Conservation Day in Droylsden
Site maintenance and a Spring clean on Copperas Field. No experience is required, just a willingness to join in and learn new skills.
Copperas Field entrance on Juniper Crescent, parking on Linden Way, Droylsden.
Today

More details - Playful Nature
We are celebrating all things playful, so join us for an afternoon making wooden spinners, play nature noughts and crosses, get creative and discover...
Sunny Bank Vale off Greenside Lane, Droylsden. (opposite the ‘Pig on the Wall’)
Wed 31 May

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Choose from a 25km or 50km route across some of the UK's most stunning scenery whilst raising funds for BEAT, the eating disorders charity.

Brecon Beacons National Park, South Wales

Saturday June 3rd 2017

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