Whitehead County Antrim
© Meg Learner 2014
Whithead Community Association holds an annual festival in collaboration with many other groups in Whitehead.
Pictured: Amanda Wilson from Carrickfergus
Carrickfergus Borough Council is hosting a Biodiversity Summer School from Monday 5th to Friday 9th August 2013 – every morning from 11am to 1pm at Diamond Jubilee Wood in Whitehead. The aim is to inspire and galvanise people to discover more about the incredible species and habitats on their doorstep.
The Biodiversity Summer School is a free outdoor event across five days and gives families the opportunity to take part in fun biodiversity projects such as pond dipping, mini-beast hunts and bird box building. Learn about the natural world through a variety of activities and games. There is no need to book - just turn up to take part. We will be meeting every morning at 11am at Bentra Car Park (Slaughterford Road, Whitehead).
Bird Box Building at Diamond Jubilee Wood, Whitehead, 5 August 2013.