Nature: No App For That

/Nature: No App For That

Nature: No App For That

When:
26th May 2018 – 3rd June 2018 all-day
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Where:
Borde Hill Garden
Cost:
Free Trail with Garden Admission, small additional charge for some activities
Nature: No App For That @ Borde Hill Garden

This Half-Term put down your electronic device and spend time outside, playing, creating and exploring at Borde Hill Garden.

Younger visitors can enjoy a Nature Trail (FREE with Garden admission) to find out about the birds and bugs that make the Garden their home, as well as the colours, shapes and smells of the natural world.

There will also be other activities on selected days between 11am-3pm, including crafts to make and take home.  Why not make a beautiful birdbox or decorate a plant pot and fill with soil and sunflower seeds to take home and watch them grow.

Tuesday 29 May: Nature-themed face painting and balloon modelling with Busydays

Tuesday 29 May: Sharp Shots Photo Club, holding photo workshops for ages 7-11 in the morning and 12-15 years in the afternoon.  Please book in advance at www.sharpshotsphotoclub.co.uk/borde-hill-garden.

Wednesday 30 May: Storytelling for Families – Once Upon A Season >Read more

Thursday 31 May: RepTylers, offering a hands-on experience with snakes, lizards and spiders.  The RepTylers team bring their pets, which are friendly and used to being handled on a daily basis, and give talks about each reptiles habitat and where they come from in the wild.

Don’t forget to pick up a Nature Explorer bag including activity sheets and small nature gift (£2 charge for activity bag).

Trail FREE.  £2 charge for activity bag, small additional charge for face painting, and photo workshop only bookable in advance.

The new Woodland Trail invites families to discover Warren Wood and the stunning display of bluebells that bloom at this time of year.  The azaleas are also a delight for the senses with their kaleidoscope of colours.

For those a little more adventurous, why not try orienteering in the parkland.  Pick up a map at reception and see if you can find all the control points in the park.

Come along to Borde Hill to run around, let off steam, and get closer to nature.  There’s no app for that!

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