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Getting closer to nature for May Half Term

Getting closer to nature for May Half Term
For May half term Severn Valley Country Park staff will be helping their younger visitors get closer to nature.

On Wednesday 27th May, rangers will be making a wildlife hotel. The hotel or stack will be made from materials found around the park and will help replicate the natural features insects love to call home. The stack will be assembled to provide lots of nooks and crannies for insects and small mammals to crawl into. Once the stack is completed, it will remain in our woods at Hall Close Coppice, meaning everyone will be able to watch the fascinating behaviour of the little creatures up close whenever they visit the park.

On Friday 29th May, visitors will be able to join the rangers for a fun scavenger hunt. Whilst exploring the park, the children will be asked to find a series of items including a y-shaped stick, a smooth pebble and a blade of grass you can play a tune on!

In addition, the RSPB will be there on Sunday 24th May and Wednesday 27th May. You will be able to drop in any time after 11am to learn more about the work they do and they will also be offering children’s craft activities.

For more information please or to book your place on the events, please call Severn Valley Country Park on 01746 781 192. There will be 2 sessions of the Wildlife Hotel and Scavenger Hunt. Children £3.50, Adults Free. Under 8s must be accompanied by an adult.

 


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