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Enjoying a guided walkEach year , the 'Wild Ennerdale' Partners aim to hold a number of events which aim:

  • to encourage people to explore the valley, its landscape, wildlife and sense of wildness.
  • to provide opportunities for people to feedback their thoughts about the future management of the Ennerdale Valley.
  • to raise awareness about the 'Wild Ennerdale' partnership.  

We offer online booking so that you can book your place at any time of the day , night week or weekend. Click on the event title for more information and booking.

We offer a range of free and charged events. After deduction of costs all the profits from charged events go towards managing Ennerdale, paying for activities such as planting juniper, oak and birch, protecting historic features and conserving Red Squirrels.

2013 Events

Our 2013 Events programme can be found through BBC Things To Do .

Join us for the following events

May 28th - Playdays in the woods

May 29th - Picture the valley

June 12th - Wild lakeshore walk

June 13th - Dwarf willows on Wainwright summits

JUne 15th - Lakeshore discovery walk

June 19th - High level walk

As part of our Squirrel Woodlands Project funded by the European Outdoor Conservation Association and Original Buff. S.A. many of our events have Red Squirel theme to them.

European Outdoor Conservation AssociationOriginal Buff, S.A.

 

 

 

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