LANCASHIRE, MANCHESTER AND N. MERSEYSIDE WILDLIFE TRUST
The following training events are to be held at the Penwortham Environment Education Centre, Penwortham. The Centre is set between two small nature reserves with a network of ponds, meadows and woodlands, on the edge of a major National Grid substation just south of Preston.
It is easily accessible by public transport, and if coming by car is only 15 minutes drive from junction 29 off the M6. All events start at 9.45am and finish at 4.15pm, unless otherwise stated. Refreshments are provided but bring your own lunch.
Participants must book in advance - please telephone 01772 751 110 for a booking-form.

Saturday 16 FebruaryThe Green-wood Way
Greenwood turning, making whistles and twiggy pencils. Also mini charcoal burners and besom-making
Ted Charnley
45.00
Saturday 23 MarchRunning a Safe and Enjoyable Children's Wildlife Group
The day will be in two parts the practicalities and requirements of running a group in the morning and a set of repertoire-building activities in the afternoon.
Chris Whitehead Wildlife Watch Coordinator and Head of Education for the Wildlife Trust
25.00
Saturday 13 AprilEarth Education Introductory Workshop
Includes sessions on earthwalks, conceptual encounter and throwaway planet
Steve Van Matre
45.00
Sunday 14 AprilEarth Education Advanced Workshop
This is a day for people who have attended the introductory workshop and who wish to build on their leadership skills.
Steve Van Matre
45.00
Saturday 12 MayClay, Beehive Kilns and Pottery Refining Clay
Refining clay and making pots using traditional techniques.
Chris Whitehead and Kath Wyatt
35.00
Saturday 26 MayClay, Beehive Kilns and Pottery Building a Beehive Kiln
Making as beehive kiln. This process can take many hours, so bring a tent and sleeping bag! (not compulsory!)
Chris Whitehead and Kath Wyatt
35.00
.The events on 12 and 26 May form a sequence but can be attended separately. .