Teen Wild Skills: Wildlife Photography in Holywells Park

Small Skipper, Holywells Park, Kevin Sawford

Teen Wild Skills: Wildlife Photography in Holywells Park

Location: Holywells Park, The Stable Block, Ipswich, Suffolk, IP3 0PG
Join Suffolk Wildlife Trust and award winning photographer, Kevin Sawford for our Teen Wild Skills, Wildlife Photography sessions.

Event details

Meeting point

Stable Blocks


10:00am - 12:30pm
A static map of Teen Wild Skills: Wildlife Photography in Holywells Park

About the event

Join us as we explore the beautiful and historic Holywells Park, in Ipswich and snap our way across the park, capturing urban wildlife at its best. Holywells Park is home to many species and we may be lucky enough to capture the kingfishers as they fly over the ponds, the green woodpeckers as the dive bomb over the over grass and muntjac deer as they pass silently through the orchard as well as hundreds of other species such as invertebrates, birds and fungi. 

We invite young people to join us with their smart phones, tablets or cameras learning how to capture urban wildlife at its best building skills and gaining expert knowledge and tuition from Kevin throughout the session.

Important booking information:

To ensure social distancing and minimise overcrowding, there are a limited number of tickets available per session. This is so we can ensure that social distancing measures are easily complied with and to minimise the risk of overcrowding. 


In order to run activity sessions safely while the COVID-19 pandemic is still in effect, there are a number of restrictions put in place, which are in the best interests of our participants, staff and volunteers. We appreciate you following the guidelines we have set out.

More detailed information will be outlined in your confirmation email once you have booked onto the session, however, it is important that you read and agree to the following information before you book onto the session.

  • During the session you will be required to socially distance from other households at the Government recommended 2m. This includes households that you may know. It is your responsibility to be aware of yours and your child's proximity to others. 
  • All participants will be required to use sanitising hand gel on arrival. This will be provided by us and will be available for you to use at any additional points during the session, should you wish to. 
  • If you or a member of your household is showing ANY signs or symptoms of COVID-19, or you have been told by NHS Test and Trace to isolate, you must not attend the session.

All equipment used on the day will be cleaned after each session and each household will have their own set for the duration of that session. 

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Know before you go

What to bring

Please bring a phone, camera, or tablet to take photographs with during the session. We regret that Suffolk Wildlife Trust can not supply any equipment on the day. Please dress for the weather and bring plenty of drink and a snack. 

Contact us

Contact number: 01473 890089