frequently asked questions

Q. When will I receive my tickets for access to the event?

A. Your tickets will be posted to you in August.

Q. Can I bring my dog with me?

A. If you bring your dog with you access to certain parts of the reserve will be restricted as dogs are not allowed from the Warren gate walking South.

Q. Will food and drink be for sale throughout the weekend?

A. Yes food and drink is available from 7am on Saturday to 4pm on Sunday.

Q. Do I have to be on site from 7am?

A. No you can arrive at any time throughout the day but the guided walks start at 7am.

Q. Is there a vegetarian option at the Hog Roast event on Saturday evening?

A. Yes a vegetarian option will be available including a free glass of wine if you have bought a Hog Roast ticket.

Q. What time will the Hog Roast be served from?

A. The Hog Roast will be served from 5pm til 6.45pm on the Saturday.

Q. Is transport available free of charge to travel to the various meeting points for walks etc?

A. Yes transport will be available throughout the weekend to take you to the meeting places.

Q. Is accommodation available in the area if I want to stay overnight?

A. Yes accommodation is available but is quite limited near to Spurn itself. You will find some useful addresses here to assist you in finding accommodation.

Q. If I don’t buy a Hog Roast ticket can I still attend the main Saturday evening lecture?

A. Yes that will be fine but you will need to buy a Lecture only ticket.

Q. Will the Uni-mog be available for excursions to the point as in previous years?

A. We are hoping so but are still in discussions with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to ascertain availability. Keep watching our website for updated news on this event.

Q. If I only buy a Saturday or Sunday ticket can I still access all the events?

A. Yes you can.

Q. Will Tea and Coffee be free throughout the weekend as in previous years?

A. Yes.

Q. What time does the Spurn Migration Festival start?

A. The overall weekend event starts at 7.30pm on Friday evening when a talk will be delivered about the life and birds of Spurn Bird Observatory at Westmere Farm - ALL ARE WELCOME AND IT’S FREE OF CHARGE.

Q. Who is the main speaker for the Saturday evening lecture?

A. The main speaker for the Saturday evening lecture is Ian Newton OBE author of Bird Migration (Collins New Naturalist Library) talking about the wonders of bird migration

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29 September 2017

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Spurn Bird Observatory, Kilnsea Road, Kilnsea, HULL, HU12 0UB