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Get close to nature this half term

by Cathy Sheel

Find out more about the wildlife in your local parks by checking out the fun half term activities organised by Knowsley’s Green Space Rangers.

Nature trails and wildflower walks are among the free activities for all the family at parks across the borough this during half term.

What’s happening in parks?

Tuesday, 30 May

Viking Day, Mill Dam Park, Kirkby, 1-3pm

Wednesday, 31 May

Nature Trail, Stadt Moers Park, Whiston, 1-3pm

Coronation Celebration, Court Hey Park, Huyton, 1-3pm

Forest School Outdoor Adventure, Saxon Green, Kirkby, 1-3pm

Thursday, 1 June

Wildflower Walk, Halewood Park, 10am -12pm

Dragonfly Walk, Acornfield Plantation, Kirkby, 1-3pm

Nature Trail, Eaton Street, Prescot, 1-3pm

Feeding Nature (Nature Trail and Sunflower Seed Planting), Bowring Park, Huyton, 1-3pm

Wildflower Walk, Court Farm Woods, Halewood, 2-3.30pm

Friday, 2 June

Nature Buddies (Nature Trail and Sunflower Seed Planting) Jubilee Park, Huyton, 1-3pm

For more information about activities in parks across Knowsley visit our website.

Trans Pennine Trail Activity Pack

The Trans Penning Trail has launched its latest activity pack full of fun activities to keep children busy over the May half term. These include: rainbow bingo, making a bird feeder, flower identification, DIY seed helicopter and so much more! The activity pack is aimed at primary school children but some older ones may enjoy it too!

You can use the activity pack on the go by downloading it to your mobile or alternatively print it at home!
Download it here: www.transpenninetrail.org.uk/welcome-to-our-childrens-page/ or visit Welcome to our Children’s Page | Trans Pennine Trail