Oxford Festival of Nature 2014, Sunnymead Park and Cutteslowe Community Centre on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th June.
The event will give an insight into the diversity of living things that surround us in the heart
of the city. There will be a wide range of activities run by locally-based wildlife experts,
which will engage participants with many different aspects of local wildlife,
including bat walks, tree trails, crayfish traps, wildflower identification, worm charming and
Science Oxford is working with Cutteslowe Community Association and Cutteslowe
Primary School to make this an even better event than 2013! The Festival will start with
a Family Fun afternoon on Friday 6 June.
It will conclude with a Wildlife Fair on the afternoon of Saturday 7 June.
Cutteslowe Fun Day and Festival of Nature
The Festival started on the morning of Friday 6 June with celebrations for the visit of the
Queen's Commonwealth Games Baton to Cutteslowe Primary School.
There will be a family fun afternoon with sports and games. Then there will be a
‘BioBlitz’ led by BBOWT to record all the types of creatures and plants living
in Sunnymead Park. The Festival will continue with a Wildlife Fair on the
afternoon of Saturday 7 June, on Cutteslowe and Sunnymead Parks including bat
walks, tree trails, crayfish traps, wildflower identification, worm charming, moth trapping
(see photo) and much more.