Wild Toddlers at Severn Valley Country Park

Rangers at Severn Valley Country Park are starting fun term-time activities for the under 5s. Each term rangers will be leading seasonally-themed sessions for toddlers to discover, play, connect and learn in the beautiful surroundings of the Severn Valley.

With woodlands, riverside meadows, streams and ponds, as well as a large play area with sand pit, Severn Valley Country Park is the perfect place for little ones to get hands-on with the outdoors.

The sessions, starting on Wednesday 15th September, are suitable for ages 18 months to 4 years. Younger siblings are welcome (with no charge for under 18 months). The final session this term will be Wednesday 20th October.

The themes this autumn are pond dipping and sand art, woodland minibeast hunt and story time in the woods, raft making and splashing fun, natural collage and bark rubbing pictures, autumn scavenger hunt and leaf bingo and finally, magical potions and Halloween fun.

The sessions cost £5 per session or you can book all 6 sessions for £25. The price includes a snack and squash (or similar). Each session is 60 minutes with everyone meeting at the visitor centre at 11am. Activities may not be buggy-friendly.

Call 01746 781192 for more information or to book your place.


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