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LOL Comedy Competition Heat1
Are you funny? Do you want a chance to prove it – on stage, in front of a warm, supportive audience? If your answer is a great big “YES!” then our “Laugh Out Loud” New Act Competition is just right for you.
Guided Walk – Local Landscapes
Guided Walk – Local Landscapes: Knoll Gardens and Ferndown Common.
Join Dorset Wildlife Trust’s Nicky Hoar and Knoll’s Neil Lucas as they take you on a guided walk across Ferndown Common to Knoll Gardens looking at the similarities and differences of the landscapes as you understand more about east Dorset’s horticulture and wildlife.
2pm - 4pm.
Book online at: www.dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk/events.
RSPB Guided Walk - The Voices of Spring
Join the RSPB for a guided stroll at Knoll before the gardens open to the general public, to listen to an amazing array of birds as they greet the new day with their song.
RSPB will then be at Knoll to meet garden visitors for the rest of the day to answer questions and help with ideas to encourage nature into your garden.
8am – 10am.
£4 Charge will be divided between the Knoll Gardens Foundation and the RSPB.
Book online at: www.
RSPB Open Day - Members and Volunteers
RSPB members and volunteers are invited to visit Knoll Gardens free-of-charge to see at first hand how Knoll’s gardening ethos creates a beautiful wildlife friendly environment.
Proof of membership or RSPB volunteering status must be shown at the nursery to gain FREE admission to the garden.
10am – 4pm.
No pre-booking required.
Coastal Comedy - Phil Butler
Coastal Comedy – Phil Butler
To celebrate our 2nd birthday we bring you the incredibly funny Phil Butler!
“Without doubt, one of the most exciting and original finds in comedy in recent years” - The Independent.
“Phil Butler’s audio/visual brand of comedy would have even non-english speakers rolling in the aisles. From cigarette-juggling, to a child's toy with Tourettes, his act has it all” - The Mirror.