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Walk on the Wild Side – Abbey Park (please pre-book)
Tuesday 9 July, 10:00 - 11:30
Walk on the Wild Side – Abbey Park
Tuesday 9th July
Starts at 10am, from the small car park near Pet’s Corner, off Abbey Park Road)
Up to 1.5 hours, Steady pace.
Please pre-book (free) via Eventbrite to secure your place. BOOKING OPENS BEGINNING OF JUNE.
A Walk on the Wild Side walk in Abbey Park is hosted by an experienced wildlife expert who will lead you around the park and talk about the different types of insects, plants and other wildlife found here.
The walk will begin at 10am from the small car park near Pet’s Corner, off Abbey Park Road. Our fantastic wildlife expert will lead you on a 1-1.5 hour exploration of one of Leicester’s green spaces to discover more about nature in the city.
This short walk is free. If you would like to attend, please follow the steps below:
- Booking is essential for this walk – places are limited. Visit Eventbrite now to book your place or call 0116 373 7589.
- Additionally, if you have not walked with us before, please register online here before your first walk. Thank you.
(If you have walked with us before you do not need to do step 2, as you have already completed this).
If you are unsure of the start location, please contact our office (Monday to Friday, during office hours) and we will be happy to assist.
When attending our walks, please dress appropriately for the weather conditions (rain coat/ warm clothes / sun hat – as applicable!) and wear comfortable sturdy shoes with flat soles (trainers are fine).
Please note: As we are looking at wildlife, we regret that dogs are not permitted on these walks.
This event is a collaboration between Making Wildlife Count and Choose How You Move. The Making Wildlife Count project is about engaging local communities in the green space in which they live. The Choose How You Move project encourages people to get out on foot to discover Leicester and become familiar with its many walking routes. The project provides group walks in the city, which are open to all. Walks are assisted by our friendly volunteers.