Friends of Daneshill Lakes

by | 13 August 2018 | Wildlife

Bring along your favourite nature related poem or rhyme, to Daneshill Lakes Local Nature Reserve, for a relaxing Sunday afternoon Nature and Poetry stroll on 19th August, starting at 2.00pm. There’s plenty to choose from, from “Incy Wincy Spider” and “Who Killed Cock Robin”, to William Wordsworth’s, “I wandered lonely as a cloud …” and Robert Browning’s “Oh! to be in England …”. Or bring along one you have written yourself?

Organised by the Friends of Daneshill Lakes, the combination of the amazing wildlife to be experienced at this gem of a reserve, with the peace of poetry is a recipe for an escape from the demands of daily life.

This is a free to join event with no booking required. The stroll will last about one and a half to two hours.
The Reserve is situated on Daneshill Road, Torworth, north of Retford, follow the brown signs on the A638. Meet in the Reserve car park at 1.45pm.

Further details are available from Lesley Noar at, or 01777 818362, or visit