TameFest 2018 is on Sunday 24th June 2018 at Hams Hall Environmental Centre and Lea Marston St John the Baptist Church. Drop in between 10am and 4pm to discover, explore and experience the Tame Valley Wetlands!
TameFest celebrates the heritage and wildlife of the Tame Valley Wetlands. Come along to our newly-styled open day with support from Lea Marston Parish Council and Church and to get involved with fun-filled nature activities!
- Staffordshire Wildlife Trust
- Warwickshire Wildlife Trust
- Friends of Kingsbury Water Park
- Middleton Hall Trust
- Help for Heroes
- Lucy Cortese – Stonecarving
- Spencer Jenkins Willow weaving
- Shoebox Theatre
- Wild About Tamworth
- More to be confirmed…..
There are also loads of family activities on offer!
- Staffordshire Wildlife Trust are bringing their innovative ‘Wildlings’ programme for families to try – get involved in a campfire, building dens, bug hunting, hapazome and much more!
- Spencer Jenkins will be providing the opportunity to weave your own willow creation to take home!
- Try pond dipping in our fantastic pond, with information about the dragonflies and other wildlife that lives there
- St John the Baptist Church will be open to explore, with treasure trails around the churchyard and woodland
- Hot and cold drinks and light refreshments will also be on sale.
Bring a picnic, and spend the day exploring the Tame Valley Wetlands!
For more information, please contact Nicola at firstname.lastname@example.org.