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Upcoming Events

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22nd May (Sunday)

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Gardening for Biodiversity Workshop

In the relaxed stress-free atmosphere and the nature filled setting of Wildacres, learn and explore what you can do in your outdoor space, whether that is a small courtyard, back garden or a few acres. Find out how you can attract in an array of fascinating and stunning wildlife, for you to observe and enjoy throughout the seasons.

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10th June (Friday)

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
The Honey Tour
Enjoy an entertaining and educational guided tour with Brian who is the Beekeeper at Wildacres and also Airfield Estate in Co.Dublin. On the Honey Tour you will learn about the wonderful world of the native Irish honey bee and our 100 precious wild bee species. You will also get a unique insight into the fascinating process of sustainably producing Raw Irish Honey from ‘flower to jar’.

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18th June (Saturday)

All Day 10-3.30pm
Introduction to Beekeeping Course
Come to Wildacres Nature Reserve and Honey Farm and learn all about the ancient wonderous craft of Beekeeping from Brian the Beekeeper, in a relaxing, friendly environment in these beautiful surroundings. Sustainability is at the heart of Honey production on Wildacres.
The introductory course will be a mixture of engaging visual presentation in The Big Green Barn and the unique opportunity to visit the apiary to see the hives.
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22nd June (Wednesday)

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

The Wellness Walk
Spend a relaxing and enjoyable few hours in the tranquil and beautiful surroundings of Wildacres Nature Reserve as Gilly – Nutrition and Health Coach – brings you and the group on a mindful walk through the Reserve, connecting with nature, chatting about fitness and wellness and sharing stories. As well as exploring the 4 pillars of well-being, nutrition and fitness, sleep, our relationships with others, and finally the cornerstone pillar – our relationship with the natural world around us.
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3rd July (Sunday)

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

‘Walk on The Wildside’ Guided Nature Walk
Experience a fascinating and enjoyable guided tour of the Nature Reserve, where you will learn about all the native wildlife that calls Wildacres its home.
This guided walk will include visiting the following wildlife habitats, and at each location enjoy a talk about the importance of the habitat and the diversity of wildlife it supports.
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20th August (Saturday)

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

The Honey Tour
Enjoy an entertaining and educational guided tour with Brian who is the Beekeeper at Wildacres and also Airfield Estate in Co.Dublin. On the Honey Tour you will learn about the wonderful world of the native Irish honey bee and our 100 precious wild bee species. You will also get a unique insight into the fascinating process of sustainably producing Raw Irish Honey from ‘flower to jar’.
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20th August (Saturday)

02:30 PM – 05:00 PM
‘Walk on The Wildside’ Guided Nature Walk
Experience a fascinating and enjoyable guided tour of the Nature Reserve, where you will learn about all the native wildlife that calls Wildacres its home.
This guided walk will include visiting the following wildlife habitats, and at each location enjoy a talk about the importance of the habitat and the diversity of wildlife it supports.
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25th September (Sunday)

10:00 AM – 12:30 PM

Planting A Native Woodland Workshop
Come to Wildacres Nature Reserve for a rewarding experience and informative workshop on Planting your own Woodland or small Copse. In the relaxed stress-free atmosphere and the nature filled setting of Wildacres, learn what you can do in your outdoor space, whether you have a garden or acres of land.
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25th September (Sunday)

02:30 PM – 05:00 PM
Planting A Native Hedgerow
Come to Wildacres Nature Reserve for an enjoyable workshop experience and learn all about planting your own Native Hedgerow. In an enjoyable relaxed atmosphere, explore what you can do in your outdoor space, whether you have a back garden or a few acres of land. Hedgerows when planted with native flowering and fruiting shrubs and small trees, and managed properly, are an incredibly biodiverse rich habitat. They support a vast array of wildlife from birds to insects and small mammals such as hedgehogs and shrews.