Written by one of the UK’s best-loved children’s authors, the Children’s Laureate and author of the Gruffalo, Julia Donaldson, the Snail and the Whale is a thrilling tale of a tiny snail that longs to see the world and hitches a ride on a whale. Rhubarb theatre will re-create this fantastic journey of discovery using drama, movement, music and crafts.
Jump on board with the snail in one of two sessions: running from 10am to 11am or 11.30am to 12.30pm. It’s most suited to children aged 10 years and under, accompanied by adults. The sessions are free of charge but places must be booked in advance. To book places please contact the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust on 01507 526667.
If you could go on a journey in the sea off the Lincolnshire coast, you would discover a living sea rather than an empty ocean. To find out more about the animals that live in our seas join the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust Beach Combing on Thursday 14 July, meeting at 5pm at Huttoft car terrace. The Trust’s Coastal Ranger will be on hand to help identify what the tide has brought in.
The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has received £38,700 “Your Heritage” funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund to help communities learn about, look after and celebrate the heritage of the Lincolnshire Coastal Country Park and Coastal Grazing Marshes.
With this funding the Wildlife Trust and partners are delivering a full programme of events in the Coastal Country Park, from Sandilands to Chapel St Leonards, including living history days, beach combing, storytelling and educational workshops; raise public awareness and understanding of the heritage value of the coast & grazing marsh; and promote opportunities for community involvement in the Country Park and Coastal Grazing Marsh Projects.