Recycle Craft Day Saturday 31 August 2019 12.00 pm – 3.00 pm Free Attraction Broadhurst Playing Fields, Moston Lane M40 5QD

Try your hand at a wide range of crafts for children and adults. Get messy making, sticking, and painting recycled materials, or try pottery, wood turning, willow weaving, spoon carving, badge making, marbling and bug box making. There will also be a blacksmith and face painting.

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Bat Walk  Saturday 28 September 2019 6.30 – 8.30 pm Free Attraction Broadhurst Clough St Marys Rd M40 0BL

image of bat with with outstretched wingsExplore Broadhurst Clough at night to see and hear our Pipistrelle and Soprano bats. We will take a leisurely walk through parts of the Clough, using bat detectors to listen out for foraging bats. Our bat expert Martin will be joining us again and sharing his extensive knowledge during the evening. The walk will start at 9pm, and finish at 10:30pm at the latest. Meet at the St Mary’s Rd entrance to the Clough (close to the St Mary’s Rd/Joyce St junction) next to St Marys Nursing Home, Manchester M40 0BL The walk is unsuitable for prams. Temperatures can drop at night so remember to wrap up warmly. Bring a torch

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Fungal Foray 2.00 pm 20th October 1919 Free Attraction Broadhurst Clough St Marys Rd M40 0BL

Lawyers Wigsmushrooms (Coprimus Comatus) Image

Lawyers Wigs mushrooms (Coprimus Comatus)

Join us for a walk round Broadhurst Clough, to look for some of the over 40 species of fungi that grow there


Spooky Halloween Walk Saturday 26th October 6.30 pm Free Event Broadhurst Clough St Marys Rd M40 0BL

poster advertising spooky bat walkEvening walk round Broadhurst Clough. Come dressed to scare!

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  1. Joyce Lightfoot

    Really enjoyed the Mushroom Hunt yesterday, Sunday, in the company of like-minded people. We found quite a few different types – looking forward to seeing the photos on the Friends of Broadhurst website. It would have been better if the sun had been shining but it didn’t deter us fungus hunters one little bit! To all those who couldn’t join us, next time you’re in Broadhurst Clough, walk slowly, keep your eyes open and you might be surprised what you can find growing amongst the leaves in the Autumn and Winter months.


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