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Happy Christmas!

Wishing you a Merry Christmas

Just to wish you a Merry Christmas and send a big thank you for all your support and custom throughout the year.
I hope you have enjoyed all the news of my wildlife sightings and new paintings over the year. My gallery will be open during the festive season, see below for the opening times. Why not combine a visit with a Christmas walk?

Culture at Christmas

Looking for something to do over Christmas? Why not come and see my collection of wildlife paintings, prints and gifts. We serve free coffee to warm you up whilst you browse.


Why Not Combine a Visit with a Christmas Walk?
The Yorkshire Wolds is a beautiful place to visit and my gallery is just a short stroll away from the national trail, the Yorkshire Wolds Way. I’ve put together a number of great walks close to my gallery should you want to make a day of your visit. There is also a list of nearby pubs and eateries for you to choose from to finish off your day!

Click here for more information



Christmas Reading

Just a few suggestions from my blog to read over the festive season. 

Winter Roosts | How Birds Survive Winter’s Night Frosts


Wildlife in Winter | Nine Wild Creatures to Look for in Winter

Wildlife in Winter | Nine Wild Creatures to Look for in Winter

The Best Telly this Christmas

Watch my Weasels on TV Again 
Weasels: Feisty and Fearless | BBC2 | Mon 30th Dec | 6pm
The BBC Natural World documentary featuring weasel and stoats in my garden is repeated over Christmas. If you missed it the first time, or you need an excuse to watch weasels, then tune in!


Click here to read more about my garden stoats & weasels




2 comments on Happy Christmas!

  1. Dear Mr Fuller
    Thoroughly enjoyed reading some of your blog, very tempted to visit the Wolds later this year! Especially enjoyed your account of Spurn migration festival, thank you
    Karen Fleming

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