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Date published: 13th March 2018
Rangers will be on hand this Easter to deliver some informative and creative children's activities during the school holidays.
North Norfolk District Council will be hosting Fancy Dress Easter Egg Trails at Holt Country Park and Bacton Woods as well as a treasure hunt that aims to help children learn more about the different types of wildlife eggs. On successful completion of the trail children will earn an Easter delight! There will also be an opportunity to make a mini wildflower garden to take home. Fancy dress is optional, prizes will be awarded for the best efforts. Tickets are priced at £5.
Tuesday 3 April , 10am-12pm, Holt Country Park
Tuesday 3 April , 12.45pm-2.45pm, Holt Country Park
Thursday 5 April, 10am-12pm, Bacton Woods
Thursday 5 April, 12.45pm-2.45pm, Bacton Woods
To book tickets, visit www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/book.
In the second week of the Easter break, North Norfolk District Council will be hosting two more events to keep the family entertained - Spectacular snakes and amphibians & Woodland Explorers. Both events are at Holt Country Park and pre-booking is required.
In addition to the countryside events the usual programme of children's activities will be on offer at the North Norfolk District Council-managed community sports centres at Stalham, North Walsham and Cromer during the Easter holidays. All-day activities are priced at £10. To make things easier for parents, there is the added option of arranging early drop-offs and late pick-ups for just £2. Again these are available to book now at www.north-norfolk.gov.uk/book.
For further details, contact Colin Brown, Sports and Countryside Manager, on 01263 516001.
Last updated: 14th March 2018