To mark UNESCO World Wetlands Day on Sunday 2nd February 2014, Faughan Valley Landscape Partnership Scheme in conjunction with Far and Wild (www.farandwild.co.uk) are hosting a public participation kayaking event to explore the landscapes, ecology and archaeology of Enagh Lough. These interpreted explorations involve 2 x 2 hour kayak sessions, with up to 12 participants at each session (24 in total). World Wetlands Day event is designed to raise public awareness of the values and benefits of wetland habitats.
The interpretation during each session will be delivered by an ecologist/local historian, with kayak instruction and safety cover being provided by a fully qualified kayak instructor. The proposed sessions will provide memorable and eco-friendly explorations of many of Enagh Loughs normally inaccessible habitats and locations.
The interpretative/kayaking sessions, which are free of charge, will take place from 12.30 pm – 2.30 pm and from 3 pm to 5 pm on Sunday 2nd February. However numbers are strictly limited to 12 per session so prior booking is essential to avoid disappointment. The sessions are open to everyone from the age of 10 years up.
For further information & booking please contact Lawrence McBride on 028 -71-812962 or firstname.lastname@example.org