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It’s all in a Day’s Work!

Have you ever wondered what the Stanwick Lakes Rangers get up to every day? Steph, our newest ranger, gives us an insight into their work.

‘Making History’ at Stanwick Lakes

Come along to Stanwick Lakes on the 23rd or 24th September and be a part of ‘Making History’! This fabulous FREE two day Victorian event will have a whole host of Traditional Crafts demonstrations, the amazing re-enactor group ‘The Ragged Victorians’ (as seen in the Times newspaper), Morris dancers, period music, family activities and traditional refreshments.

September Savings and Seasonal Specials

The summer holidays are over and many of you will be breathing a sigh of relief that your children are back at school. Our mid-week visitors will now be a different group and we have been looking for new ideas to help you make the most of your visits.

A Day in the Life of our Resident Baker

Our resident baker started working at Stanwick Lakes 7 years ago as a cleaner. Find out what her typical day is like. Perhaps you too would like to work at Stanwick Lakes?

Crafty Resolutions

Two of the most common New Year’s resolutions are to learn a new skill and to look after your mental health / improve your well-being – and Stanwick Lakes can help you achieve both!

Create, Sing and Dance at Rainbow Cafe

For over two years Stanwick Lakes has worked with Lisa from Music and Movement to run a popular preschool group on a Wednesday morning. The group starts with a short craft activity, led by volunteers, inspired by the natural world and uses colours and textures to stimulate sensory development.

Open Studios at Stanwick Lakes

Stanwick Lakes is really excited to be taking part in the Northants Open Studios Trail (NOST) this September. NOST is the largest visual arts event in the county and is a great way to witness at first hand the inspiration and motivation that drives artists to create.