Enjoy Plymouth’s great outdoors this half-term
A series of of half-term activities organised by Plymouth City Council’s Stepping Stones to Nature project will allow families to enjoy the great outdoors.
There are woodland activities and adventures with den building, carving and bush craft.
These are due to take place on:
- Tuesday 25 October, noon to 4pm, Woodland Woods (meet at the Ringmore Way, West Park entrance)
- Wednesday 26 October, noon to 4pm, Ham Woods (meet at the entrance on Ham Drive/Tewkesbury Close)
- Thursday 27 October, noon to 4pm, Southway Valley (meet at the entrance off Pendeen Crescent)
- Friday 28 October, 4 to 5pm, Spooky Halloween Walk (meet at Whitleigh Way bridge).
You can also discover the Discovery trail with an organised walk in the Tamar Valley on Monday 24 October.
The leisurely seven kilometre stroll starts at Tamerton Foliot Green and takes in open farmland, ancient woodland, the River Tavy, Lopwell Dam and the pretty village of Bere Ferrers.
You can tuck into a cream tea at the finish and catch the train back to Plymouth. Children and dogs are welcome!
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