Bird Feeder Craft

Tue 18th February 2020 to Fri 21st February 2020
Bird Feeding craft activities at Burton Constable

Get crafty and create your own bird feeder.

An activity open to all ages (appropriate adult supervision).

We will be making bird feeders out of eco-friendly materials & products. This is a peanut free activity.

A small fee of £1 will be required, to help us cover costs on top of your admission cost. If you are a Friends Annual Pass Holder, you can access this for free - just show your pass to a member of staff. 

Note: This activity may not be suitable for individuals with seed or nut allergies. 

1-3pm - Tuesday 18th & Friday 21st. 

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