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Robin Safari on Christmas Eve

At 2pm on Christmas Eve we’ll meet at the Garden Cafe in St Anne’s Well Gardens. After a cuppa we will be going on a robin safari around the Gardens and Boddhavista Buddhist Centre to spend time with these amazing little birdies – with a festive drink to follow at the Robin Hood Pub.


Visit a Robin Hood Place

There are hundreds of places connected to the Robin Hood legend. Of course Nottingham and Sherwood Forest are the main ones, but there’s also Robin Hood’s Bay near Whitby, Robin Hood’s Barrow near Bournemouth,  Robin Hood’s Arbour in Berkshire and many more…

robin arbour

Learn to be a round robin

Why are robins associated with Christmas?  Find out here.  So as you fly around the town delivering Christmas cards, you can become a traditional round robin…

robin xmas card post

Read a famous Robin Auto/Biography

Robin Williams… Robin Wright…. Robin Van Persie… Robin Gibb – there’sno shortage of famous Robins in history and the entertainment world you can find out more by reading their biography or things about them on the Internet.


Visit Robin Hood’s Bay

Although tucked up in the north-easter corner of the UK, this little beach and community boasts many things to do and see within a picturesque vista on the north-east coast – well worth a trip/holiday.


Read about robins

There are many books, both fact and fictional from children’s to encyclopaedic, about the nation’s favourite bird.  Why not go into your local bookshop and see what you can find to learn or delve into a story about our little redbreast friend.


Create a robin

Create a new robin with whatever materials you prefer (paints, Fimo, food…) and keep it as a decoration for all year round or every Christmas…


Make a treat for your robin neighbours

Roll up mealworms, fat, seeds, cheese and other treats to make a ball that will help robins stay nourished throughout the winter…