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NCHS – Bird Identification and Suet Ball Workshop

The Natural and Cultural Health Service (NCHS) is a programme of outdoor activities that promote good physical and mental wellbeing ran in collaboration with Whitworth Park.

Beginning with a walk around the Whitworth with City of Trees’ resident bird expert, Hannah, who will guide us through the foundations of bird identification. Afterwards, we will get hands-on in our crafting corner and learn the art of crafting suet ball feeders, a delicious and nutritious treat for birds.

You will leave with a custom-made feeder ready to attract our feathered friends to your own green spaces.

Tools and materials will be provided but please bring appropriate clothing and footwear for the activity and weather. All ages and abilities are welcome.

Time: 11am-1pm

Meeting Point: The rear of the gallery, at the Park Side reception, accessed via Denmark Road, M15 6FG

Transport: There is very limited parking around Whitworth Park with a small amount of street parking along the park boundaries. There is a very small private car park on Acomb Street, M15 6FQ called Greenheys Community Car Park which can be used.

There is a bus stop on Oxford Road immediately beside Whitworth Park with multiple services running throughout the day. The nearest train station is Oxford Road a 24 min walk from the park.


May 30, 2024


11:00 am


Whitworth Park, Manchester