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Get ready for 30 Days Wild - Family Drop-in Session

Location: Paxton Pits Education Centre, Paxton Pits Education Centre, Cambridgeshire, PE19 6ET
Join us to kick-start your 30 Days Wild with family-friendly fun at Paxton Pits!

Event details

Date

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Time
10am - 2pm
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About the event

Family fun, self-guided activities all designed to help you to get stuck into local wildlife, plus inspiration for further totally wild activities for you and your family to try throughout June. Get closer to nature during 30 Days Wild!

No need to book, just turn up anytime between 10 am and last admission 2 pm. This is a drop-in event therefore a maximum of three families are admitted together as a party. Activities are self-guided and all children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Sorry no dogs allowed in the education area. Please take care on the approach to the Environmental Education Centre, as haulage lorries are using the road outside all day. 

Booking

Phone number

01480 473161

Price

£5:00 charge per child plus cost of materials, adults free

Additional booking information

No need to book, just turn up anytime between 10 am and last admission 2 pm. This is a drop-in event therefore a maximum of three families are admitted together as a party.

Suitable for

Families

Know before you go

Dogs

No dogs permitted

Mobility

Good - please contact us in advance

Wheelchair access

Good - please contact us in advance to advise on disabled parking

Hearing loop

no

What to bring

Sunhats, sun cream, insect repellent. Wear long trousers and sturdy footwear.

Parking information

Please park in the main car park.

Bicycle parking

Yes

Facilities

Toilets
Shop
Cafe/refreshments
Picnic area
Disabled toilet
Baby changing facilities

Contact us

Debbie McKenzie
Contact number: 01480 473161
Get involved

30 Days Wild

We are challenging you to do something wild every day in June. From listening to the birds to eating your lunch outside to drawing a picture of a flower, there are countless ways you can get closer to nature.

What are you waiting for?

Go wild this June!

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