Events coming up
- Friday 23rd March 7 p.m - Bat Walk - Cancelled until 13th April
- Saturday 31st March 10 - 2 p.m - Rammyrocks Fest
- Monday 2nd April - 11 - 3 p.m. Easter Fun Hunt
- Saturday 7th April - 2 - 4 p.m. Foraging in Nuttall Park - Book Here
- Friday 13th April 8 p.m - Bat Walk
- Sunday 21st May 11 - 4 p.m. Annual Plant Sale
See below for more details
Easter Saturday 10 - 2 p.m
Rammyrocks Fest - organised by the Rammyrocks Facebook group, and supported by the Friends of Nuttall Park, who will run the tea room
Further details to follow but there will be:-
* rock painting
* guess the weight of the rock
* refreshments to purchase for a donation from the base
We will produce a poster soon but in the meantime please go to the events section and let us know if you’re coming so we can give the park an idea of numbers for refreshments.
Thanks all - Sigrid and Helen
Easter Monday 10 - 2 p.m
On Easter Monday, the 2nd April, we will be holding a hunt around the park looking for clues. Register at the base for a sheet with a suggested donation of £1 per sheet. There will be a gift for each child at the end of the hunt and the tea room will be open
Friday 13th April 8 p.m.
A Bat walk around the park. All welcome, just turn up on the night.
Events Coming up
Saturday 7th April 2 - 4 p.m
Foraging in Nuttall Park led by with David Winnard from Discover the Wild!
The event needs to be pre-booked - book here
Cost is £5 per adult with a maximum of 20 people. Accompanied children are free. The event was held in April 2017 and was fully booked, so book early
Spring offers some amazing plants and fungi that have culinary and medicinal uses, some of which have fascinating stories behind them. From the delightful Wild Garlic where Ramsbottom gets its name to tangy Wood Sorrel and fungi like the appropriately named St George's Mushroom - which usually appears around the same time as the day we all celebrate.
Sunday 21st May 11 - 4 p.m
Our popular plant sale will talk place on Sunday 21st May. Come and pick up a bargain, as prices are low. All proceeds go towards Park Improvements
The Gardening club will restart on Tuesday 6th March 2018 and then runs from 1.30 to 3.30 each Tuesday until the end of November. Meet at the Nuttall Park Base or find us within the park
Kids Rock are a private company who hire the base on a Wednesday morning from 10:30 for music and songs for pre-school children.
Bugs and Bees Outdoor Toddler Group runs on a Friday morning from 10 a.m. to 11.30 a.m. Register at the Base
Every Sunday in Nuttall Park for 4 - 11 years old
A free event
You need to register once at http://www.parkrun.org.uk/register/
Weekend Tea Room
The Base will be used as a tea room when there are volunteers to run it, usually at weekends if the base is not booked for a party
There will be signs within the park when the tea room is open
and usually details on the facebook page. Come along and say hello. Refreshments are available with donations going to help further work in the park. If you can help, contact us.
We hold regular Bat walks around the park run by Jerry Sorfleet. The last one in August 2017 attracted around 100 people. The next one is on Friday 13th April at 8 p.m.