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Since the events list for Spring/Summer published last month exhorting volunteers to “get-together”, the Trust has detailed twelve further events – some are now in doubt following the Government’s intervention over the coronavirus outbreak.

You will need to check on the event details at  helping.ashridge@nationaltrust.org.uk 

Monday 25th – Friday 29th May Ashridge Through the Ages  10.00am- 3.30pm
Head into the Visitor Centre to complete your craft for the history trail.

Sunday 31st May Canine Capers 10.00am- 12.30pm
Watch the ProDogs team demonstrate agility with their dogs – then join in!

Monday 1st June  Ashridge Through the Ages 11.00am
Exhibition opening – All year display of past life at Ashridge.

Saturday 13th June  Photography Workshop 10.00am- 4pm
A professionally led workshop for beginners – lunch provided.

Saturday 20th June Photography Workshop – intermediate stage 10.00am- 4pm
A professionally led workshop for non beginners – lunch provided.

Sunday 5th July  The Dovecote 11.00am- 3pm
A rare chance to see inside the 18th century vernacular building.

Monday 6th July Chalkland Flower Walk 2.30pm – 4.30pm
A volunteer led walk to identify summer flowers.

Sunday 26th July  The BioBlitz 10.00am – 4.00pm
Look for wildlife on Ivinghoe Beacon with the Rangers.

Every Tuesday and Thursday 28th July – 27th August  Ashridge Adventurers  10.30am – 12.00pm and 1.30pm – 3pm
Children can learn more about Ashridge’s animals and plants from the experts.

Friday 31st July Totally Batty Walk 8.30pm – 10.00pm
A Ranger led walk to identify the local bat population.

Tuesday 4th August  Hanging Coombe 2.30pm – 4.30pm
A volunteer led walk through this part of the Estate.

Saturday 22nd August Big Family Cycle 10.00am – 12.00pm
A guided cycle ride for the family through the woods.

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