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Willow Bird Feeders with Willow Phoenix

Join Willow Phoenix to create a willow bird feeders to take home or to leave at Minsmere for the birds and visitors to enjoy. Artists Emma and Adam will guide you through the techniques used to create your own feeder as well as discussing the qualities and benefits of Willow as a natural material.

These free sessions have been designed for people with complex health needs and family carers or friends who support them to enjoy together. Family carers are also welcome to attend independently.

Entry to RSPB Minsmere will be free as part of the session.

All of the activity will take place outside and will require participants to walk a distance, though the route we will take will be kept relatively short and we will use as well used paths as possible. If you would like to attend but are concerned about walking / accessing the site please contact Siobhan, 07517 888 868, siobhan@suffolkartlink.org.uk.

Session details

  • Dates and times

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  • Who's it for

    Adult family carers, people aged 18 plus living with complex health needs.
  • Venue

    RSPB Minsmere, Westleton, IP17 3BY

    RSPB Minsmere access and travel page

How to attend

Bookonline or contact Siobhan, 07517 888 868, siobhan@suffolkartlink.org.uk.

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