We'll be brash burning after hedge laying with additional clearance work as needed.
What's happening near me?
Welcome to our What's On guide
Whether you're looking for a fantastic wildlife walk, an interesting talk, a conservation day or an event for all the family, we're sure we'll have an event in our action-packed guide that's perfect for you.
Search above to see what's happening near you or scroll down to browse events (below the map).
Good to know
Due to bad weather or unforseen circumstances events are sometimes cancelled. Please contact us (or the event organiser) during office hours or check back to the event's page on this website, if you want to check if the event is still taking place. If you've booked in advance and the event is cancelled, you'll be contacted by telephone.
If refreshments are provided, it will be highlighted in the event description. Therefore, please consider the duration of the event you're attending, as it may be essential for you to bring a packed lunch and sufficient drinking fluids. Also take into account the event location, as it may not be in a convenient place to access local shops and services.
Photographs at Events
Please be aware that photographs may be taken at events and used for publicity purposes.
The vast majority of our events are suitable for those under the age of 16 years, and many are perfect for all the family to enjoy. However, we ask parents and guardians to use careful judgement before booking those under 16 on some events, such as conservation work parties and surveys or those taking place in the evening.
If you're unsure, please contact the Trust or the event organiser for more information about the event you have in mind. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult (apart from Wildlife Watch groups).
Come along to Mungrisedale Village Hall between 11am and 2pm for a free bike safety check and learn some basic bike maintenance.
Help us with practical tasks over the winter including drystone walling, bridge building and plug planting.
Creating a garden for wildlife at the Trust's northern office and nature reserve.
Last June, the Trust's Education Officer, Jamie Normington walked 200 miles across northern England.
Come and help us care for our trees and do some planting, digging or weeding in the tree nursery for Staveley Woodlands.
Enjoy wonderful views as you learn about our fantastic upland nature reserve and the wildlife and geology that make it so special.
Help us provide homes for the Staveley Woodlands wildlife by helping build some bird and bat nest boxes.
For kids aged 6+. Come along to this super session and find out more about swifts.
Come and join us at this varied nature reserve helping with a number of tasks including bramble cutting, tree removal and brash burning.