GIBRALTAR Point is set to get in on the action this Mothers’ Day when it holds a special ‘Mothers’ Day by the Sea’ event.
The event will feature a guided walk around the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust-run reserve, followed by a Sunday roast.
“Start the day with a serenade of bird song from some of our favourite songsters, blackbird, song thrush, robin and wren, as we begin with a guided walk through the wildlife-rich landscape of Gibraltar Point,” said a spokesperson.
“The walk will be led by coastal ranger Dave Miller, and a range of birds are expected to be seen.
These include a variety of ducks and geese such as gadwall, goldeneye, teal and brent geese, as well as golden plover, lapwing, redshank and black-tailed godwit.
“Following the walk a traditional Sunday roast will be served in the Point Cafe, plus there will be a gift for every mum.
“The award-winning Point Cafe serves delicious, organic, locally-sourced food surrounded by the sights and sounds of the nature reserve,” they added.
The guided walk will begin at 10am, with lunch at noon.
Places must be booked in advance by calling 01507 898 057.
The cost is £10 per person for the guided walk and lunch.
A traditional Sunday roast will also be served for the rest of the day on a first-come, first-served basis, with no booking required.
For more information about Gibraltar Point call the visitor centre on 01754 898 057.