Something to entertain the kids this half term. They will build a shelter, light a controlled fire and learn survival skills in the wild. Suitable for ages 7-15, wear clothing appropriate for the weather.
This activity is run by our partner Jack at Serious Outdoor Skills – read about jack: www.seriousoutdoorskills.co.uk
Sessions are 10am-12pm and 1.30pm-3.30pm, £6. Booking essential – call 01579 351346 then press 0
Every third Thursday of the month you can join a guided walk around the Lanhydrock estate. Join us to explore the Lanhydrock estate and discover more about the place and the wildlife found here. The walks start from the Park Café at 2pm.
Children are welcome. Dogs on leads are welcome. Make sure you’re dressed for the weather and for walking off the beaten track.
The walk is free, normal admission costs apply. No need to book
Join the Your Shore Beach Rangers Project as we celebrate our love for the marine and coastal environment. The Your Shore Network is coming together and conducting beach cleans across the county!
Looe Marine Conservation Group – Meeting at the Black Rock Beach Café, Millendreath, 11am. Refreshments will be provided!
Be part of something BIG!!! LOVE YOUR BEACH!
Bring your tribe to Eden 10th- 18th February for intrepid adventures and behind-the-scenes fun based on the latest adventure by the creators of Chicken Run and Wallace & Gromit. Admission Prices apply.
Set at the dawn of time, when prehistoric creatures roamed the earth, Early Man tells the story of courageous caveman hero Dug and his best friend Hognob as they unite his tribe against a mighty enemy to save their home.
Sunday 11th Feb: The Living History Group- the 32nd Cornwall Regiment of Foot 1808- 1815 will carry out a Drill Practice Display at 12 and 2 pm
Monday 12th and Tuesday 13th: Fun camouflage face painting and make and take craft sessions 10.30 am- 3 pm
Monday 12th – Friday 16th: Gun Handling Sessions at 11 am and 2 pm
Plus Arts and crafts fun, military dressing up, fun trail and quiz, become a young curator, the chance to play the bugle and the drum
Spring into Action this February Half Term and help the South West Lakes Trust team create a mosaic of beautiful spring flowers that are great for the wildlife and biodiversity of Siblyback Lake, near Liskeard.
This unmissable event, sponsored by Naturescape Wildflower Farm, will be taking place on Monday 12 February (11.00am – 2.00pm) and is completely FREE to attend. A brilliant way to get the kids outdoors and involved in a practical and rewarding activity.