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Christmas with the Hawk Conservancy Trust

We have Christmas all wrapped up to allow you to bag those perfect gifts, enjoy special family events and remain stress free.

Christmas Dinner

Why not join us for your Christmas dinner? We have a delicious menu that will have everyone’s mouth-watering. This will be available for pre-booked groups between Monday 27 November and Saturday 23 December. We’re even offering a half-price meal for organisers of parties of twelve or more. Please email info@hawkconservancy.org for more information and to book.

Christmas Carols and Owls by Moonlight

Join us for an evening of Christmas carols, traditional and modern, played by Test Valley Brass and accompanied by the voices of Andover Museum Loft Singers, plus a special owl-flying demonstration! You will be welcomed by the festive sounds of The Blue Horizon Handbell Ringers.

Breakfast or Tea with Father Christmas

Father Christmas will be stopping in at Feathers Restaurant ahead of his impending worldwide voyages. Children will have the opportunity to meet Father Christmas in his grotto, as well as meeting an owl and our two miniature donkeys, plus biscuit decorating.

New Year’s Eve Party

Bring the New Year in with style and join us for an evening of celebrations. Why not make it more of a night and start with a three-course dinner in Feathers Restaurant? Email info@hawkconservancy.org to book.

Join us for an evening of festive shopping and get yourself organised early. We’ll have mince pies, mulled wine and a very tempting 15% off all shop products (excluding books and binoculars) to make the evening extra special!

Get your Christmas all wrapped up early this year with our range of gifts to delight all your nearest and dearest. Not only can you buy unique gifts that they’ll love but you’ll also be supporting the conservation of birds of prey at the same time. We also stock a wonderful array of quality potential gifts in our shop, from stocking fillers, such as small toys and badges, to pyjamas and homeware.

For the experience-seeker – Owls by Moonlight or Sky Hunters at Sunset – £33.50

These magical evening events include two flying displays, a private tour of the grounds and a hot supper.

For the bird-lover – Bird watcher’s starter rucksack – £40

A perfect starter pack, this rucksack has all you need for a day out watching birds. We also stock a range of HAWKE binoculars in our Trust shop that you can even test before you buy to ensure you get exactly what you’re after.

For the organiser in your family – Calendar – £8.99

Get organised early for the year ahead with our calendar that includes all of the winning and highly commended images from our 2016 Photographic Competition.

For everyone – Membership – Adult: £55.00

The gift that keeps on giving – with unlimited visits to the Trust for a year as well as invitations to exclusive member events, this is a truly wonderful gift (as you will surely testify!).

For the tricky one – gift voucher

Let them choose for themselves. Our gift vouchers can be used toward any of our events and experiences, or onsite for admission tickets, in the shop and in Feathers Restaurant.

For those who love a treat – Afternoon tea – £11.95

Treat your mum to a special day out with you. The pair of you can enjoy a day of marvelling at world-class flying demonstrations, and then relax in the afternoon with a delicious cream tea in Feathers Restaurant.

For the perpetually busy – Adopt a bird of prey – from £50

This is a great way to support a bird and contribute towards care and maintenance costs, as well as supporting our conservation work.

For nature lovers – Experiences – from £59.50

We offer a range of experiences to suit anyone wishing to get closer to our birds and learn more about them. These intimate sessions are limited to small groups of six guests, with two members of our team guiding them.

For the family – A day ticket to visit us – Adult ticket: £14.65

Experience world-class flying demonstrations and marvel at over 130 birds of prey in our 22 acres of beautiful woodland and wildflower meadow.

 

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