Green Festival Peterborough Some Of The Events
Green Festival Peterborough A festival of Green Activities
Get Moving At The Green Festival Peterborough
A showcase of all things walking and cycling. From vintage cycles, three-legged men, unicycles (i.e. bikes with only one wheel) , cycle training and agility (helping you to become a better cyclist), police security marking (to hopefully discourage the theft of your bike) , stilt walkers and more! There will be guided walks and guided cycle rides by local cycling and walking clubs, Nordic walking, tricycles and quad cycle displays along with a pedal powered bubble bike and smoothie bikes (these are bikes whereby the pedal power helps in the smoothie creation process. For those who are daring if you bring along your scooter, roller skates or BMX bikes and have a go on the temporary skate ramp that is being erected!
Get Baking Your Own Bread At The Green Peterborough
The oven in the 18th Century Grade II* listed Millhouse will be fired up and be ready baking. You will have the opportunity to discover how flour is made before having a go a making your own delicious bread roll. All of the rolls will be baked in the very old oven and you will be able to eat them when they’re lovely and warm. Other farm activities will include pony grooming, pond dipping, lamb and duck racing.
Kingsdyke Open Day At The Green Festival Peterborough
Have a fun and exciting day of exploring nature at Kings Dyke Nature Reserve! Activities on offer are pond dipping (this is where you can get your net out and see what’s lurking below the waters surface), bird watching (can you see an eagle or an albatross), walking along the nature trails, fossil bunting, barn owl pellet dissection (only if you really want to), snake handling (apparently the twenty foot long Boa Constrictor loves children but can only eat one at a time). The open day promises to be a brilliant day of wildlife activities for all the family.
Guided Geology Walk At The Peterborough Green Festival
Swaddywell Pit is the only location in the Peterborough region with open access to limestone rock faces. The former quarry comes to a abrupt end along its northern rim because of the Tinwell to Marholm fault line. Your guide for the evening will be a professional geologist. There will be a self guided geology trail if you come at another time.
Green Festival Peterborough
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