Side Oven Bakery near Bridlington to host Spring Wildlife Walks with chance to meet lambs and PYO rhubarb

The Spring Wildlife Walk will take place at Side Oven Bakery on May 19.The Spring Wildlife Walk will take place at Side Oven Bakery on May 19.
The Spring Wildlife Walk will take place at Side Oven Bakery on May 19.
Side Oven Bakery at Foston on the Wolds are running a Spring Wildlife Walks Open Day in partnership with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.

Based on the popularity of their Winter Wildlife Walks day, the team at the Side Oven have joined forces with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust (YWT) once again to put on a special spring event.

On Sunday May 19, the farm and bakery doors will once again be open to the public from 10am till 3pm. The event will be free of charge and open to everyone.

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There will be guided wildlife walks at intervals throughout the day (walks pre-book only). Walks will run at 10am, 11:15am and 1pm.

The guided walks will be led by a YWT wildlife expert round the family's organic arable farm that is home to many species of wildlife. Approximately 1 hour long these walks are an ideal way to enjoy the countryside in beautiful rural East Yorkshire.

The farm woodland walks will be open for anyone wanting to do a shorter walk at their leisure.

There will be a chance to pick your own organic rhubarb, grown in the soft fruit orchard at the farm. Visitors will also have the chance to meet the new baby lambs born this spring at the farm.

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Underwood Hedge Craft will be doing basket weaving demonstrations during the day.

The bakery will be open 10am till 3pm for artisan breads, croissant, cakes and a wide range of freshly baked treats and takeaway refreshments.

Pre-orders for baked items are advisable to avoid disappointment.

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