Rushmere Country Park About Rushmere Facilities Find us Walks and trails For families Learning activities News Events Venue Hire Support Discover the Greensand Ridge Things to do Woollen Woods 2019 As part of the Greensand Country Festival this very popular trail returns now for its fourth year over the May Half Term – a trail featuring knitted woodland creatures native to Bedfordshire. Find all the knitted figures hiding along the Sculpture Trail and vote for your favourite. Woollen Woods is free to attend (though £3 parking fee applies) - just turn up and enjoy! Pick up your voting sheet from Visitor Services The person knitting the creature receiving the most votes will receive a prize. Woollen Woods - what will you knit?! Help us create our knitted trail of creatures native to Bedfordshire’s woodlands. Items can be knitted, crocheted, made of felt, but no buttons please to protect wildlife. You can call in and pick up an entry form from the Herons’ View Visitors Centre or download one here to let us know what you intend to make by 20 April - all entries need to be received by 20 May 2019. Please note we regret we are unable to return entries, but they will be used to raise funds for conservation work in Bedfordshire’s Woodlands (The Greensand Trust Registered Charity No 1077055). Please see our Terms & Conditions and our information sheet for more details. This event is one of multiple events taking place across Greensand Country as part of the Greensand Country Festival this month. Defined by the Greensand Ridge, the new name for the distinct, beautiful and loved countryside from Leighton Buzzard to Gamlingay, Greensand Country is rich in wildlife and cultural heritage just waiting to be explored. If you’d like to find out more about Greensand Country and the future of this landscape, please come and see us during today’s event. For further details and booking information visit www.greensandcountry.com/whats-on The festival is being organised by The Greensand Country Landscape Partnership, led by the Bedfordshire Rural Communities Charity and The Greensand Trust, and is funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. It is made possible by National Lottery players; without them we couldn’t fund the project.