Dancing through the trees, building dens and fires, making bugs from leaves and listening to stories about the woods! These are just some of the activities that families can try out at Exeter City Council’s free Forest Playday this half term.
The event will take place at Haldon Forest Park on Wednesday, October 27, from 11am to 3pm, and is free to attend. A free Park and Ride scheme from Exeter Racecourse will be in place for the event
For families without their own transport, Exeter City Council has teamed up with Exeter’s Children’s Centres to provide several coaches to the event, at a low cost.
Spaces are limited, so people should contact their local centre to book a seat or for more details:
West Exe Children’s Centre: 01392 279361
Beacon Heath Children’s Centre: 01392 427063
Whipton Children’s Centre: 01392 464754
Flying Start Children’s Centre: 01392 666224
Chestnut Children’s Centre: 01392 255128
Countess Wear Children’s Centre: 01392 874337
Playdays are part of a series of play events and activities organised by Exeter City Council’s Play Development Service. For more information, contact Helen Lisk on 01392 265816 or visit Exeter City Council’s Play Development site.
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