Park nature fun

As the weather warms up, Severn Valley Country Park in Alveley is once again expanding its events schedule. Every term-time Friday starting from 3 May, youngsters and their adults can join in with Wild Toddlers sessions from 11am until noon, enjoying seasonal fun such as scavenger hunts, feeding the ducks and jumping in muddy puddles. Wellies are essential, and the group is recommended only for those who can walk, as paths taken are not suitable for pushchairs.

If you prefer to go your own way, you can take part in the Woodland Creature Self-Led Trail from Saturday 25 May to Sunday 2 June. Pick up a map at the refreshment kiosk so you can follow the trail around the park to discover lots more about the fascinating animals who live in the park. Trail maps are £2 each and can be collected each day of half term between 11am and 4pm. Both are drop-in events, but you can call 01746 781192 if you would like more information.

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