November Events For The Greensand Trust & Rushmere Country Park



Tree Tops Music: Natasha Seale


Fri 9 Nov from 6pm

Tree Tops Café at Rushmere Country Park

£15 inc parking and glass of wine/juice



Natasha is delighted to announce the amazing Tom Dibb will join her at this event! He played at our Local Food Festival and we loved him!

Natasha Seale's energised and emotional voice is music for music lovers - she returns to the Tree Tops Cafe to present a mixture of original songs and contemporary classics.

https://www.greensandtrust.org/Event/tree-tops-music-natasha-seale





Greensand Trust Talk: Spiders


Thurs 15 Nov 11.30am

Working Woodlands Centre, Maulden Wood

£4 inc refreshments

Volunteer Tom Thomas will tell us why these much-maligned and often feared creatures are in fact "good companions".

https://www.greensandtrust.org/Event/greensand-trust-talk-spiders





Make your own Christmas Wreath


Sun 25 Nov – 3 sessions

Rushmere Country Park

£20 inc tuition and all materials

https://www.greensandtrust.org/Event/make-your-own-christmas-wreath-2018



Christmas Crafts & Curios Sundays


Sunday 25 Nov, 2, 9 & 16 Dec 11am – 3pm

Rushmere Country Park Visitor Centre

Free admission (£3 parking applies)

To get you in the Christmas spirit, join us for our Christmas Crafts & Curios Sunday events featuring gift stalls from local suppliers in the Visitor Centre atrium, with festive refreshments and entertainment on hand and Christmas trees for sale.





Tree Tops Music: Christmas with the Rat Pack


Fri 7 Dec from 6pm

Tree Tops Café at Rushmere Country Park

£15 inc parking, glass of mulled wine and mince pie



Ryan Beange returns to the Tree Tops Café to perform an evening of festive entertainment featuring classics Let it Snow, Winter Wonderland and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas as well as other big band favourites from the Rat Pack era.

https://www.greensandtrust.org/Event/tree-tops-music-ryan-beange





All events support the charity conservation work of The Greensand Trust and the running of Rushmere Country Park.