Ballynature Day

The 2024 Ballynature event will take place on Saturday 24 February in Ballynure Village, Ballyclare. The event is held in Ballynure Presbyterian Church Halls, from 10am to 4 pm. There will be over 30 stands to visit. It is your chance to learn more about wildlife in Northern Ireland. There will also be crafts, storytelling and facepainting for children.

The Northern Ireland Badger Group will have a stall at the Ballynature event. If you are in the area, why not have a lovely day out and call and say Hello to our volunteers on our stand. It is always a great event.

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