Bee Contemporary Embroidery Kit
Bee Contemporary Embroidery Kit
Create beautiful contemporary bee textile art pictures with our easy to make embroidery kits for beginners. With a pre-printed cotton sheet as a guide for your bee, colourful threads and easy to follow printed guide to make unusual but easy to sew stitches you will be able to make a stunning piece of embroidered art for any room. We have a wonderful range of animal themed textile craft kits to choose from including blue tits, seahorse and robins. The kit includes all the materials needed to complete the hoop plus detailed instructions and stitch guide. This kit contains a sharp needle so adult supervision is required if children are completing the kit. Please note these are not sold as toys. Hawthorn Handmade needle felting kits are made in Dorset.
In buying this contemporary embroidery kit you donate £7.50 to work for wildlife!
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Create beautiful contemporary bee textile art pictures with our easy to make embroidery kits for beginners. With a pre-printed cotton sheet as a guide for your bee, colourful threads and easy to follow printed guide to make unusual but easy to sew stitches you will be able to make a stunning piece of embroidered art for any room.

We have a wonderful range of animal themed textile craft kits to choose from including blue tits, seahorse and robins.

The kit includes all the materials needed to complete the hoop plus detailed instructions and stitch guide. This kit contains a sharp needle so adult supervision is required if children are completing the kit.

Please note these are not sold as toys.

Hawthorn Handmade needle felting kits are made in Dorset.

In buying this contemporary embroidery kit you donate £7.50 to work for wildlife!
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Seahorse Contemporary Embroidery Kit
Seahorse Contemporary Embroidery Kit
Create beautiful contemporary seahorse textile art pictures with our easy to make embroidery kits for beginners. With a pre-printed cotton sheet as a guide for your seahorse, colourful threads and easy to follow printed guide to make unusual but easy to sew stitches you will be able to make a stunning piece of embroidered art for any room. We have a wonderful range of animal themed textile craft kits to choose from including bee, owl and red squirrel. The kit includes all the materials needed to complete the hoop plus detailed instructions and stitch guide. This kit contains a sharp needle so adult supervision is required if children are completing the kit. Please note these are not sold as toys. Hawthorn Handmade needle felting kits are made in Dorset.
In buying this contemporary embroidery kit you donate £7.50 to work for wildlife!
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Create beautiful contemporary seahorse textile art pictures with our easy to make embroidery kits for beginners. With a pre-printed cotton sheet as a guide for your seahorse, colourful threads and easy to follow printed guide to make unusual but easy to sew stitches you will be able to make a stunning piece of embroidered art for any room.

We have a wonderful range of animal themed textile craft kits to choose from including bee, owl and red squirrel.

The kit includes all the materials needed to complete the hoop plus detailed instructions and stitch guide. This kit contains a sharp needle so adult supervision is required if children are completing the kit.

Please note these are not sold as toys.

Hawthorn Handmade needle felting kits are made in Dorset.

In buying this contemporary embroidery kit you donate £7.50 to work for wildlife!
£15.00 Add to basket
Wild Days Out – Advance notice of February halfterm dates
Wild Days Out – Advance notice of February halfterm dates
  Bookings will be taken for February Wild Days Out via this shop from mid January. However to help parents  with forward planning please be aware that our February Wild Days Out activity days will be held on: February Tuesday 13th (7-12 year olds) February Wednesday 14th (5-8 year olds) "Legends of the Lakes": Separate fact from fiction and join us on a quest to uncover the mysteries, mythical creatures and folklore of Blashford Lakes... watch this space...! For further information and/or to be put on a mailing list to receive news and updates on Wild Days Out please contact Blashford Lakes on 01425 472760 or e-mail blashfordlakes@hiwwt.org.uk Wild Days Out are registered with Ofsted. The Blashford Project is a partnership project between Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, the New Forest District Council, Bournemouth Water and Wessex Water
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Bookings will be taken for February Wild Days Out via this shop from mid January.

However to help parents  with forward planning please be aware that our February Wild Days Out activity days will be held on:

February Tuesday 13th (7-12 year olds)

February Wednesday 14th (5-8 year olds)

“Legends of the Lakes”:

Separate fact from fiction and join us on a quest to uncover the mysteries, mythical creatures and folklore of Blashford Lakes…

watch this space…!

For further information and/or to be put on a mailing list to receive news and updates on Wild Days Out please contact Blashford Lakes on 01425 472760 or e-mail blashfordlakes@hiwwt.org.uk

Wild Days Out are registered with Ofsted.

The Blashford Project is a partnership project between Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, the New Forest District Council, Bournemouth Water and Wessex Water

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Wild Days Out – Legends of the Lakes II… (5-8’s)
Wild Days Out – Legends of the Lakes II… (5-8’s)
Wednesday 14th February
A Wild Days Out activity day for 5-8 year olds
Separate fact from fiction and join us on a quest to uncover the mysteries, mythical creatures and folklore of Blashford Lakes... is there really a big cat out there?! Wild Days Out are registered with Ofsted. For further information please contact Blashford Lakes on 01425 472760 or e-mail blashfordlakes@hiwwt.org.uk The Blashford Project is a partnership project between Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, the New Forest District Council, Bournemouth Water and Wessex Water. To book a child onto the Wild Days Out you must first complete ALL of the Parental Consent Form below. IF YOU ARE BOOKING FOR MORE THAN ONE CHILD - please note that we will require a consent form for each. Parents/carers who have submitted this form previously in 2017 must also complete ALL fields to process their first booking of 2018 please. Thank you.
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Wednesday 14th February
A Wild Days Out activity day for 5-8 year olds

Separate fact from fiction and join us on a quest to uncover the mysteries, mythical creatures and folklore of Blashford Lakes… is there really a big cat out there?!

Wild Days Out are registered with Ofsted.

For further information please contact Blashford Lakes on 01425 472760 or e-mail blashfordlakes@hiwwt.org.uk

The Blashford Project is a partnership project between Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, the New Forest District Council, Bournemouth Water and Wessex Water.

To book a child onto the Wild Days Out you must first complete ALL of the Parental Consent Form below.

IF YOU ARE BOOKING FOR MORE THAN ONE CHILD – please note that we will require a consent form for each.

Parents/carers who have submitted this form previously in 2017 must also complete ALL fields to process their first booking of 2018 please. Thank you.

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Sale! 2018 Wildlife in Focus Charity Calendar
2018 Wildlife in Focus Charity Calendar
The 2018 Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Calendar has been created by us using stunning wildlife images. All the images show the beautiful wildlife and landscapes that can be seen across Hampshire & the Isle of Wight.

Our 2018 wildlife charity calendar will make an impact on any wall and makes for a fabulous gift for friends and family with plenty of space to write reminders for occasions and events. The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Calendar 2018 production has been kindly sponsored by 12 local companies which means that all the proceeds from the sale of this calendar will go towards helping the Trust protect local wildlife and inspire people to love nature.

For every Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Charity Calendar 2018 sold we will receive 100% of the price.

In buying this calendar you donate £5 to work for wildlife!
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The 2018 Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Calendar has been created by us using stunning wildlife images. All the images show the beautiful wildlife and landscapes that can be seen across Hampshire & the Isle of Wight.

Our 2018 wildlife charity calendar will make an impact on any wall and makes for a fabulous gift for friends and family with plenty of space to write reminders for occasions and events. The Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Calendar 2018 production has been kindly sponsored by 12 local companies which means that all the proceeds from the sale of this calendar will go towards helping the Trust protect local wildlife and inspire people to love nature.

For every Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Charity Calendar 2018 sold we will receive 100% of the price.

In buying this calendar you donate £5 to work for wildlife!
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Wildlife in Focus Calendar 2017
Wildlife in Focus Calendar 2017
The 2017 Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Calendar has been created by us using stunning wildlife images submitted by members of the public to our 2016 wildlife photography competition. All the images show the beautiful wildlife and stunning landscapes that can be seen across Hampshire & the Isle of Wight.
In buying this calendar you donate £2.50 to work for wildlife!
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The 2017 Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Calendar has been created by us using stunning wildlife images submitted by members of the public to our 2016 wildlife photography competition. All the images show the beautiful wildlife and stunning landscapes that can be seen across Hampshire & the Isle of Wight.

In buying this calendar you donate £2.50 to work for wildlife!
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Wildlife Tracks Signs and Owl Pellets
Wildlife Tracks Signs and Owl Pellets
17 Mar 2018 - 9.30am - 12.30pm
Who left that there? Hone your nature detective skills. Learn how to identify animal tracks and signs and discover what owls have for dinner. You will spend part of the morning indoors looking at various feathers and dissecting owl pellets to identify the small mammal bones within. Later you will go outside with the group to look for the tracks and signs that wildlife leave and make plaster casts of the tracks. You will discover how to identify the animal that left them and ask those burning questions like, just what is otter spraint and did a water vole make that latrine?  
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17 Mar 2018 – 9.30am – 12.30pm

Who left that there? Hone your nature detective skills.

Learn how to identify animal tracks and signs and discover what owls have for dinner.

You will spend part of the morning indoors looking at various feathers and dissecting owl pellets to identify the small mammal bones within.

Later you will go outside with the group to look for the tracks and signs that wildlife leave and make plaster casts of the tracks. You will discover how to identify the animal that left them and ask those burning questions like, just what is otter spraint and did a water vole make that latrine?

 

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Management of Chalk Rivers
Management of Chalk Rivers
26 Apr 2018 9:30am – 5:30pm
Our Management of chalk rivers course is a 1 day informative and practical introduction to the ecology and management of chalk river habitats including classroom sessions, practical demonstrations and a field visit to two chalk river sites. You will learn about:
  • The ecology of chalk rivers
  • Key wildlife species of the chalk river environment
  • Management issues and techniques
  • Visit examples of restoration techniques used by the Wildlife Trust in past projects.
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26 Apr 2018 9:30am – 5:30pm

Our Management of chalk rivers course is a 1 day informative and practical introduction to the ecology and management of chalk river habitats including classroom sessions, practical demonstrations and a field visit to two chalk river sites. You will learn about:

  • The ecology of chalk rivers
  • Key wildlife species of the chalk river environment
  • Management issues and techniques
  • Visit examples of restoration techniques used by the Wildlife Trust in past projects.
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