To celebrate the festive season, and to raise funds for our continued conservation work, on Wednesday 10th December at 7pm Denmark Farm Conservation Centre will be opening its doors to friends and supporters for a fantastic evening of local produce, drinks, music and magic.
Our little event is part of a larger movement around Wales promoting local food for Terra Madre Day, all co-ordinated by Slow Food Cymru.
We have been caring for nature for almost 30 years. In addition to looking after our unique 40 acre nature reserve, we’ve supported local communities and individuals to learn about, connect with and protect their environment. Hundreds of local children regularly experience nature by taking part in our activities and days out at Denmark Farm. Conservation professionals and those seeking to live more sustainably gain valuable training by taking part in our courses. People from the local community access our nature reserve for recreation and leisure.
All in all we’re very proud of all our achievements. However, we are always in need of support and this event is just one way you can help us continue our work.
The evening will include a delicious buffet of local produce and drinks. There will be entertainment: sweet music and song from Georgia Owen, the talented magician Luke Jugglestruck to keep us enthralled plus a chance to pick up some lovely local produce Christmas presents. We’ll also be launching our ‘Sponsor a bird box at Denmark Farm’ project and selling tickets for our grand raffle.
Why not join us and celebrate the festive season naturally?
Tickets are £15 per person and limited in number.
Please call us on 01570 493358 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to buy tickets.