FUN and educational events will be on offer at Warwickshire’s Country Parks this February half term.
A programme of activities at Ryton Pools and Kingsbury Water Park is being organised by Warwickshire County Council’s (WCC) Education, Community and Health Ranger Team, designed to help children learn about wildlife and develop a love for nature.
Activities include making a natural bird feeder or building a bird box, creating a teddy bear den, or learning how to light a campfire.
February also sees the return of the weekly Toddler Trundle events at Ryton Pools Country Park, where toddlers can make mud pies, climb trees, cook on campfires, and explore the park.
Coun Heather Timms, WCC’s spokeswoman for environment, climate and culture, said: “Ryton Pools Country Park and Kingsbury Water Park provide the perfect setting for learning about the beauty of nature.
“This programme of half-term events, and the Toddler Trundles that run throughout the year, will help children engage with Warwickshire’s unique flora and fauna from an early age, and help provide them with the tools necessary for a life-long connection with the natural world.”
Visit https://tinyurl.com/4usw6a7e for a list of events and to book tickets.
Visit https://countryparks.warwickshire.gov.uk for more information about Warwickshire’s Country Parks.