The Nottingham Festival of Science and Curiosity is creating a series of hour-long online programmes called Wollaton Watch. The programme will be hosted live from Wollaton Hall five evenings throughout the Festival in February 2021, and will include activities, interviews and pre-recorded footage exploring the environments and natural habitats across Nottinghamshire.
Submit your videos
We want to have as many people involved in Wollaton Watch as possible, so we want to see your videos of nature across Nottinghamshire to include in the programmes.
We’re looking for:
- Footage of wildlife around Nottinghamshire – tell us what it is and where you spotting it
- Videos of people’s favourite natural spaces, such as parks, canals, rivers, woodlands, nature reserves – tell us why it’s so great
If you’ve got video footage that you’d like us to include, get in touch with us: [email protected]
Be part of the programme
We want to showcase the brilliant work that people are doing to conserve and regenerate wildlife across our county. If you’re a community gardener, an allotment holder, a tree-planter, a bird-watcher, a wildlife photographer, a school with a nature area or anything else that you think would be great for Wollaton Watch, then we want to tell your story.
If you’re interested in being involved in Wollaton Watch, get in touch with us: [email protected]