Get out and about as a Volunteer or Visitor.
Spring into action on one of these planned events on the Estate.
You will need to check on the event details before you sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org
At present there are twelve events on offer – ten less than last year!
The big surprise is the tree planting event, when for the first time the public are offered the chance to plant a tree on the Estate – it is normally frowned upon!
Monday 17th – Friday 21st February Half-term Trail and Crafts 10.00am- 3pm
Head into the Visitor Centre to complete your craft before following the underground trail.
Saturday 29th February Tree Planting 9.30am – 11.30am
Help restore Rail Copse by planting native trees.
Monday 6th – Thursday 9th April Early Bird Easter Egg Offer 10am – 4pm
Check out the Easter nature trail. – NOW CANCELLED
Friday 10th – Monday 13th April Easter Weekend Trail 10am – 4pm
Complete the woodland trail to claim a prize Easter egg. – NOW CANCELLED
Tuesday 14th – Friday 17th April Easter Crafts 10 00am- 4pm
Make and decorate an Easter craft at the Visitor Centre. – NOW CANCELLED
Saturday 18th – Monday 20th April Watercolour Workshops 10am – 1pm
Create your own image of bluebells – materials and refreshments provided. – NOW CANCELLED
Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th April, Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd May, Saturday 8th – Monday 10th May Dockey Wood 10am – 4pm — NOW CANCELLED
Learn about the creation of this iconic bluebell wood.
Thursday 30th April & Saturday 9th May, Bluebell Walks 6pm -7.30pm – NOW CANCELLED
A mindfulness evening walk to see the best of the bluebells. – NOW CANCELLED
Saturday 2nd & 9th May Dawn Chorus 6 – 8am
Experience early morning bird song with the rangers – breakfast included. — NOW CANCELLED
Wednesday 6th May Gentle Stroll 10.30am – 12.30pm
A volunteer – led look at the bluebells. — NOW CANCELLED
Sunday 21st June Fun Ride 10am – 12pm
Bring your horse for a way-marked ride over the Ivinghoe hills
Saturday 15th & Sunday 16th August Big Camp 12.00am – 12.00am
Bring the whole family for a fun-filled night at Ashridge