An information afternoon in Brompton by Sawdon promises to be a fantastic opportunity to learn about local wildlife from a range of experts. Organised in support of the Brompton Butts Conservation project, the event was inspired by the discovery of a thriving population of Water Voles in the village, associated with Brompton Beck and ponds.
Invited guest speakers will present a range of short talks on different aspects of iconic wildlife species in the local area and will be available to chat to. A range of stalls will be set up representing local groups with a nature interest. A photography display will also feature and refreshments will be provided for the event. Children will be catered for with nature-themed craft activities, so you can take the whole family along.
The Brompton Wildlife Event is on from 1pm to 5pm on Saturday 29th September and can be found in the village hall in the centre of Brompton village. The best news is that it is free to attend so why not pop in and see what you can learn?
Download the flyer / poster: Brompton Conservation Event Flyer