Wren’s Nest, Shropshire

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Free

15th October 2022 – 11:00am

The Wren’s Nest National Nature Reserve is an area of nature reserve to the northeast of Dudley in the West Midlands. It was designated as a National Nature Reserve in 1956 because of its exceptional geological and paleontological features of Silurian age. It is also a SSSI.

Fossil hunts can only be booked by members. To join in this hunts please sign up to a membership. UKAFH Family or UKAFH Solo
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Description

* Suitable for children 6+ (All children must be accompanied by an adult).
* HIGH VISIBILITY VESTS or jacket essential. We do not provide these.
* Members MUST Arrive on time

Please note that fossil extraction tools (e.g. hammers) are not permitted on site due to the site’s designation as a SSSI.

MEMBERS ONLY: SIGN UP FOR A MEMBERSHIP you can then join any of our many events throughout the year for FREE.

Please note, there are no toilet facilities, water, or other amenities.

The Wren’s Nest National Nature Reserve is an area of nature reserve to the northeast of Dudley in the West Midlands. It was designated as a National Nature Reserve in 1956 because of its exceptional geological and paleontological features of Silurian age. It is also a SSSI. World famous for its trilobites known as the ‘Dudley Bugs’.

FAQ

Can I bring a younger child?

We are sorry, but to comply with insurance cover and to ensure the safety of the event, we do not allow any exceptions.

Can I book over the phone?

Unfortunately, as terms and conditions and waivers need to be signed, we can only accept bookings online.

Are toilets nearby?

There are no toilet nearby. You will need to make sure you use facilities elsewhere before joining on this event.

What happens if the event is cancelled?

We try very hard to avoid having to cancel, but if an event needs to be cancelled due to adverse weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances, we will notify you immediately.

Can I bring my dog/pet?

UKAFH does not permit members to bring dogs or pets, unless under exceptional circumstances such as guide dogs. Some members may suffer from Cynophobia, or allergies. In addition, we need to ensure the safety of all members. Many beaches also do not permit dogs.