Make the most out of Summer with the Land Trust

29th July 2016

Teddy Bear Olympics, Den Building and wildlife gardening with dinosaurs are just some of the weird and wonderful activities which are taking place at the Land Trust's green open spaces this Summer.

National land management charity the Land Trust owns, manages and maintains sites across the country, including the iconic Lady of the North at Northumberlandia, Greenwich Ecology Park, Port Sunlight River Park, Liverpool Festival Gardens and Frickley Country Park.  These sites, along with others, will be the setting for a range of fun activities to keep everyone entertained during the Summer.

Become an Art Venturer at Northumberlandia and create and paint your own birdboxes or hunt for wildlife treasure at Weetslade Country Park.  Take your Teddy to Port Sunlight River Park for Teddy Bear Olympics, go gardening with dinosaurs or get close up to some weird and wonderful reptiles with The Bug Man at Greenwich Ecology Park.  Not forgetting the Japanese Tanabata Festival at the stunning Festival Gardens or Health Walks and Bat Spotting at Port Sunlight River Park, there’s plenty to entertain and inspire the curious minds of children and adults alike.

To find out more about other events taking place at the Land Trust’s sites up and down the country, click here.

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