A CONSERVATION charity is hosting two free Woodland Wellbeing events for adults who want to create natural crafts in a beautiful woodland setting.

Both Wild Ground events this autumn are set to take place at Knowle Hill nature reserve, near Buckley.

Wild Ground own and manage nature sites throughout North East Wales, aiming to protect wildlife, and enhance habitats and eco-systems. They hold regular free nature events to engage the local community in learning more about and enjoying their local nature reserves and other green spaces.

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On Tuesday, September 26, at 1.30pm, Wild Ground has a bird and bat box making session where attendees can make either box to take home or to put up in the nature reserve. All materials and tools will be provided, as well as expert instruction at this friendly session.

On Tuesday, October 24, at 1.30pm, there is an autumn wreath making session using the natural items found around the nature reserve. The community is invited to come and create a beautiful seasonal wreath for the home or garden. All materials and tools are provided at this fun creative session.

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These events are part of the Woodland Wellbeing project funded through the Landfill Tax Communities Disposal Scheme, administered by the WCVA.

Both events are free of charge, but people should book a place by contacting Wild Ground on 01978 757524 or emailing info@wild-ground.org.uk.

Further information about Wild Ground can be found at www.wild-ground.org.uk