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Kent Wildlife Trust Christmas Fair

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Join us to celebrate the festive season. There will be plenty of activities for young children including bird box, bird seed cake and wildlife wreath making, plus a storytelling corner.

Open air carol singing and festive readings and a short candle lit walk around the nature park - so don't forget your hats and gloves! The whole family can get into the Christmas spirit with mince pies and mulled wine* on sale in the Visitor Centre.

Worried about what to give people as presents? Take away our hand made bird boxes, bird seed cakes and wildlife wreaths or take a look around our visitor centre shop which offers dozens of gift ideas for friends and relatives.

Entry is free. Donations welcome.

For further details please call 01622 662012

*non-alcoholic

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