Wildlife Day Festivities

Wildlife Day Activities at Stretford Public Hall 

 

Save Our Species Poetry Competition Deadline

22nd February

Write a poem about saving our species and e-mail it to friends@stretfordpublichall.org.uk or post to Stretford Public Hall, Chester Road M32 0LG by the 22nd February with your name, age and contact details. We have a first and second place prize lined up for each age category! We'll be announcing the winners at our World Wildlife Day Festival on the 3rd of March.

Our first place prize  in each age group is a £20 voucher for Chorlton Bookshop and a hardback notebook- generously donated by Chorlton Bookshop

Second Place signed book prizes are available for each age group too- Generously donated by Cillian Press and Becka Moor Illustration


Community Cinema Screening: 'Big Miracle' PG

Saturday 2nd March - 4pm-6.30pm

Doors open at 4pm for the 4.30pm screening.

With Wildlife Day focusing awareness on marine Life this year, we invite you to explore how we can make a big difference to our Marine Life.

Film Description:

An animal-loving volunteer and a small-town news reporter are joined by a native Alaskan boy to rally an entire community - and eventually rival world superpowers - to save a family of majestic gray whales trapped by rapidly forming ice in the Arctic Circle.

Under 18s need to be supervised.
Snacks and drinks will be on sale- bringing your own will not be permitted.

More info and Tickets


Wildlife Day Festival 

Sunday 3rd March 12pm-4pm

Friends of Stretford Public Hall is happy to be collaborating with Stretford in Bloom

Join us in exploring how we can help save our species on a local level!
Information stalls and family activities from Stretford in Bloom, Pet's Corner, Longford Park Allotment, Pledge, Pebble Art, The Stretford Un-Camera Club, Trafford Conservation, Friends of Victoria Park, Stretford WI, City of Trees and more

Talks on the Natural History of the Mersey Valley Meadows, Growing Wildflowers and more.

At 3.30 pm we'll be announcing the winners of our poetry competition 'Save our Species'

We'll be running a community cafe with tea, coffee and sweet treats.

The Manchester Tart Company will also be cooking up a variety of vegan food offerings.

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