Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Half-term actvities at Welsh Harp Environmental Education Centre

The Bat and Moth Walk at the Welsh Harp Environmental Centre has had to be cancelled. However the actities below are still taking place:


25th& 26th October:

Mini-beast orienteering! 10.30am –12.00pm

Use a map to explore the woodland for minibeasts. £3 per child, suitable for 5-8 year olds.

Den building 1.00 –2.30pm

Learn how to survive in the wild by making a shelter, and see a fire lighting demonstration.£3 per child, suitable for 5–12 year olds

27th October:

Spooktastic fun! 3.30 –5.30pm

Get your Halloween costume on and join us for pumpkin carving and a woodland walk. £4 per child. Bring your own pumpkin & a light to put inside it for the walk, carving tools provided.

How to book:

Phone: 07734 871 728 or 07711 701 694

Please bring cash on the day or pay via Just Giving website

Full Terms and Conditions:
Children can only participate with a supervising adult. This adult is responsible during the visit for making sure that:
·      Children they have brought are supervised at all times and are responsible for their behaviour.
·      Minimum ratio of 1 adult to 3 children.
·      Adult supervisor will need to provide any specific medication for children.
·      All visitors should bring their own lunch with them on the day if they plan to stay for both morning and afternoon sessions.
·      We have a maximum group size of 20 children therefore those who are not booked will only be admitted if spaces are available.
·      Each session costs £3 or £4 per child or has a suggested donation per person as stated.
·      All activities are suitable for ages 5 and over, age ranges stated are as a guide.
·      Children and adults should wear comfortable outdoor clothing that may get dirty.
·      Bookings must only be cancelled in extenuating circumstances and Thames21 must be notified at least 3 days in advance.
·      Thames21 reserves the right to cancel a visit if weather conditions are deemed unsafe or if adult to child ratio is not met.

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