Talk Programme

Talk Programme

Ashford Community Woodland

Held in Hornbeam Room, Singleton Environment Centre

Saturday 11 May 2019, 10.00-12.30pm
Self-massage, mind exercises, eating for health, meditation doodling, emotion management techniques, and more fun ways to help yourself…
Admission £5 (Soothing Pod 2018 clients £3) Concessions available.
Refreshments and materials included.

Places limited, booking is essential (over-subscribed last event).
Text Sharon on 07947048600
or email soothingpod@outlook.com
Also see page on Soothing Pod

Saturday 15 June 2019, 10.30-12.30
Hedgehogs
by Ian Gray of the Kent Mammal Group.
An illustrated talk about hedgehogs, their development and successes, family structure, survival  threats and ways that people can encourage their survival.
£5 per head

Hedgehog

Booking for all events is highly recommended
Please phone John Alexander 07951 343885 or
centremanager@singletonenvironmentcentre.org.uk
to book your place.

Previous events

Thoughtful Thursday 14 March 2019, 7.00-8.30pm
Wood ‘n Words – exploring green books and poetry.
Re-wilding, nature writing, landscape, connectedness, sustainability.
A guided discussion led by Angus Willson, Singleton Spaces, and Joanne Atkins.

Wild about Birds
Talk by Maureen Rainey, Kent Wildlife Trust.
Do you know what species you are looking at or listening to in your garden? Find out more about the birds in your locality.
Wild about Birds poster (pdf)

Wildlife of Ashford
An illustrated talk by Ian Rickards, Kent Wildlife Trust.
Learn just what wildlife is living in and sharing your local community.
Wildlife of Ashford poster (pdf)

Self Help Talk and Workshop
Self-massage, mind exercises, eating for health, meditation doodling, emotion management techniques, and more fun ways to help yourself…
Also see page on Soothing Pod

Storysacks and the Environment – a session for under-5s and their parents/carers.
Visual and tactile interactive storytime by Carolyn Perring of Singleton Environment Centre.
What has happened to Mrs Money’s Hat? Would you go out with a hat like that?
Fungal Foray

Fungus Foray
Led by local mycologist and experienced forager, Dr Carolyn Perring
An informative talk followed by a stroll through the woods, collecting and identifying mushrooms and toadstools.

Come and Meet the Cattle
with Ian Rickards, Kent Wildlife Trust.

A Walk in the Woods
with Jenny Tippen, Singleton Spaces
Illustrated talk on the fascinating history of Ashford Community Woodland followed by a guided walk around the site with its many species of wildlife.

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