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Walk with the Warden

Walk with the Warden near Three Oaks, East Sussex

Below are upcoming Walk with the Warden events happening in Three Oaks and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

Past Walk with the Warden near Three Oaks, East Sussex

Below are past that have already happened in Three Oaks and the surrounding area. You can add your own events here.

November 2017

Walk with the Warden

Walk
Sunday, 5th November 2017, 10:00am - 12:30pm
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
Rye Harbour Road
Rye Harbour
TN31 7TU
sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk

A guided walk with an experienced wardens on a circular route visiting three birdwatching hides, saltmarshes and the beach.

Meet at Rye Harbour village car park, Rye Harbour, TN31 7TX

Donations appreciated

October 2017

Walk with the Warden

Walk
Sunday, 8th October 2017, 10:00am - 1:00pm
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
Rye Harbour Road
Rye Harbour
TN31 7TU
sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk

Join one of an experienced warden for a walk around Castle Water in a search for late warblers in the bushes, waders on the islands and wagtails overhead.

Meet at Brede Lock, car parking nearby in Rye, TN31 7UG

Donations appreciated

June 2017

Walk with the Warden

Walk
Sunday, 18th June 2017, 10:00am - 12:30pm
Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
Rye Harbour Road
Rye Harbour
TN31 7TU
sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk

A guided walk with one of the experienced wardens with many opportunities to see nesting birds and their chicks, and lots of shingle plants in flower.

Meet atRye Harbour village car park, Rye Harbour, TN31 7TX

Donations appreciated

Event

What's On in Three Oaks?

  • Black Dog – The Dreams of Paul Nash

    Tuesday 18th September
    Location: Rye

    This is a 14-18 NOW Foundation-commissioned performance work by multi-talented local artist Dave McKean and was featured at Tate Britain. ... more

  • De La Warr Pavilion – a Modernist masterpiece

    Wednesday 19th September
    Location: Rye

    In 1934 a new structure started to emerge on the south coast at Bexhill, unlike anything seen in this country ... more

  • Lorna McGhee (flute) & Anne Marshall (piano)

    Wednesday 19th September
    Location: Rye

    Music of love, loss and remembrance: a flute and piano recital. Programme: “Aus liebe will mein heiland sterben” (arr. Bennett) ... more

  • Winchelsea Cellars Tour

    Thursday 20th September
    Location: Winchelsea

    Fascinating tours led by expert local guides,into some of Winchelsea’s original 13th Century cellars, which are normally closed to the ... more

  • Dining with Macbeth

    Thursday 20th September
    Location: Rye

    A shortened version of the play in which the actors perform scenes between each course, interacting with the tables in ... more

  • De-Stress With Ponies and Prosecco

    Thursday 20th September @ 7:00pm
    Location: Staplecross

    Emma Rourke IFEAL trained Equine Assisted Facilitator of Human Development and founder of HEPHZIBAH HORSES is giving an interactive talk ... more

  • Dining With Macbeth

    Thursday 20th September
    Location: Rye

    An immersive dining experience ... Fame, glory, love, power, wealth, sex, happiness … but at what cost? How far will ... more

  • Hastings Philharmonic with Kenny Broberg

    Thursday 20th September
    Location: Rye

    In a new collaboration between Rye Arts Festival, Fairlight Arts Trust and Hastings International Piano Concerto Competition, we are delighted ... more

  • Andy Kershaw

    Thursday 20th September
    Location: Rye

    Radio and TV Presenter, DJ and Music Enthusiast This one-man show is a two-hour audio-visual presentation about Andy’s life, career, ... more

  • Rye Country Market

    Friday 21st September @ 10:00am
    Location: Rye

    Rye Country Market will be open every Friday from 9th March - 14th December. We sell Cakes, Savouries, Preserves, Free ... more

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