Wild About Birds - Family workshop at Arnos Vale Cemetery | Monday 13th FebruaryPosted on: 09 Jan 2017
Arnos Vale is a wonderful habitat full of fantastic birds. This February Half Term - Monday 13th February - learn who call the woods their home and how they live. Then make a bird feeder, and bird nest resource to take home.
Arnos Vale is a wonderful habitat full of fantastic birds. Learn who calls the woods their home and how they live. Then make a bird feeder, and bird nest resource to take home. A family/group ticket covers up to 2 adults and up to 3 children. Suitable for 5+.
45 acres of peace and tranquility offer the perfect respite from the general hustle and bustle of the city, and the site is significant as being a place of heritage that features many monuments of local and global importance as well as historic listed buildings. Now looked after by the Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust, Arnos Vale Cemetery in Bristol is a truly unique location and is one of the city's best-kept secrets.
Arnos Vale Cemetery can be booked for a whole range of events and special occasions such as corporate, fundraising and charity events, and it is a beautiful, unforgettable venue for a wedding.
There is also a gift shop on-site selling Bristol Blue Glass, unique cards and confectionery, while the Atrium Cafe is the perfect place to sit down for a cup of tea and a slice of homemade cake.
The main goal of the Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust is to preserve the site for future generations, which is a place of respect for over 300,000 people buried and remembered. If you need to speak to anyone regarding travel arrangements or specifics on the event you can contact - 0117 9719117. You can see all of the Arnos Vales events on their webpage - arnosvale.org.uk. For further info head to the Facebook event, or follow the guys on Twitter.
Arnos Vale Cemetery Trust, West Lodge, Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bath Road, Bristol, BS4 3EW
Born and raised in the suburbs of Swansea, Jimmy moved to Bristol back in 2004 to attend university. Passionate about live music, sport, science and nature, he can usually be found walking his cocker spaniel Baxter at any number of green spots around the city. Call James on 078 9999 3534 or email Editor@365Bristol.com.