All fun at Tiddesley Wood

By Nigel Slater 03/05 Updated: 03/05 12:42

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NATURE enthusiasts can get their hands dirty when a popular Vale reserve hosts its annual open day this weekend.

The group of Worcestershire Wildlife Trust volunteers who are organising Sunday's (May 6) event at Tiddesley Wood are hoping it will be bigger and better than ever before.

There will be more than 60 stalls featuring local artists, crafts people and wildlife groups such as the Worcestershire Bat Group and the Badger Society. Free guided walks will be available will also be available throughout the day.

Harry Green, group chairman, said: "We try to ensure that the event gets bigger and better each year. As well as guided walks and activities for children there will also be a wide range of local craftspeople and artists.

"With around 60 craft stalls, live music, lunches and cakes there is something to keep everyone amused during the day. The event is an enjoyable and fun day out for all the family."

Admission costs £3 for adults and £1 for children. For more information visit www.worcswildlifetrust.co.uk.

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