Monday 26th August - Friday 30th August 2024
Space is available on this event
This week will be led by Christina Ravinet with some additional special guests.
From spotting birds at dawn to detecting bats at dusk, this week is a chance to reconnect with nature and find the wild that is all around us. Throughout the week, we'll be chronicling our discoveries in our very own nature journals. Whether you prefer to draw, note down or simply mentally document your finds, there is a nature diary to suit everyone. As well as delving into the wildlife and plant life that Othona has to offer, there'll be opportunities to take part in arts and crafts activities, explore the grounds and seek solace in downtime.
Christina Ravinet is the Deputy Growing Together Manager at Trust links. Before this, she spent nearly 8 years working in science and science education. Her love for bats began during her biology degree and continued through her Master's thesis in fruit bat evolution.
Arrivals: from 3pm Monday - first meal is dinner at 7pm
Departures: Friday morning 11am
Cost: We have two rates for adults £200 (Basic Rate) or £250 (*Benefactor Rate), If you are able to afford the Benefactor rate this helps to support the work of Othona and enables us to provide bursaries to support those who cannot afford to come. Normal child rates apply (Child Rates), if you are coming with two or more children then the eldest goes free. We may be able to offer a bursary if needed. Please contact us to find out more.
East End Road
CM0 7PN-CM0 7PN