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Autumn rings in at country park.

VOLUNTEERS are invited to help create a woodland orchestra at Coombe Country Park.

The event has been organised alongside others nationwide to coincide with the launch of BBC2s Autumnwatch programme.

Co-ordinators will invite participants to use recycled timber to create xylophones.

Anna Ryder, sound artist with Autumnwatch, will use seeds and a range of woodland arte-facts to create a musical symphony. Presenter Bill Oddie will ask those who take part to attend their nearest event, collect a seed, take it home and plant it.

The event at Coombe Abbey will take place on Sunday, October 8, from 10am to 2pm. Further details on 0845 900 5300.
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Date:Sep 26, 2006
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