Forthcoming Events

UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, THE FOLLOWING EVENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR EVERYONE TO ATTEND

Little Saplings Sensory Play - SOLD OUT

Little Saplings Sensory Play and storytelling is designed to help our youngest visitors enjoy the Arboretum and heighten their development and enjoyment of learning. Sounds, colours, textures, auditory sensory activities and other hands-on elements will add to the week’s chosen story. 

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Sapper Support PTSD Memorial Dedication

The unveiling of the Sapper Support PTSD Memorial will take place on Saturday 10 March 2018.

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Mother's Day Lunch

The Arboretum, with its beautiful landscape, is the perfect place to spend time together as a family. Visit us on Mother's Day to spend a relaxing day with loved ones and create special memories. 

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The Snowdrop Parade

On Wednesday 14 March 2017 the Royal Air Force Police Association and Royal Military Police will hold a snowdrop parade and memorial service at the National Memorial Arboretum.

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Memory Lane Café March

Our monthly reminiscence café returns this month. Each themed session is designed for people living with dementia, their carers, friends and family.

 

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March Plant Hunters' Fair

Visitors with an interest in gardening are sure to enjoy attending one of our annual Plant Hunters' Fairs. With nursery experts on hand, stalls to browse and purchase from, and 150-acres of maturing woodland to explore, there will be lots to see and inspire.

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March Wildlife Watch

From tiny insects to mammals and amphibious water loving creatures, the Arboretum is home to a wide variety of wildlife, trees and flowers. Nature loving young visitors can discover more about just some of these amazing living things at our monthly interactive Wildlife Watch sessions. 

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Easter Holiday Activities

Make a date to visit the Arboretum this Easter where there'll be lots for visitors of all ages to enjoy. 

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A Spotlight On: Trees at the Arboretum

An insight into identification of some of the 30,000 trees at the Arboretum.

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