Thick-legged flower beetle © Lynda Christou 2021

Thick-legged flower beetle © Lynda Christou 2021

Home education connection (23rd July)

Location:
Monthly sessions for home educating families.

This months session will look at wildflowers, wild teas, and hapa zome art.

Followed by a wee campfire and drinks.

Event details

Meeting point

Discovery Zone woodlands

Date

Time
10:30am - 12:00pm
A static map of Home education connection (23rd July)

Booking

Phone number

01904659570

Price

£9 / child
£3 / additional children
Accompanying adult - Free

Additional booking information



• Social Distancing: Our events have been fully risk assessed and we have processes in place to reduce the spread of covid-19

• This is a completely outdoor event, with an attendance cap so we can manage social distancing.

• Social contact limits: Groups will only allowed to book in groups of 6

• Hygiene & PPE: There are handwashing stations in the woods as well as hand sanitiser. Toilets can be found in the visitor centre. A face mask is required to enter the visitor center where you will sign in for the event.

• Test and Trace: Every event participant over the age of 16 is required to give thier details for test and trace purposes. No bodys details will be kept longer than 21 days and are used for T&T purposes only.

• Displaying Symptoms: Do not to attend if you are displaying symptoms (https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/symptoms/) or have been exposed to Covid-19. Please let us know in advance if possible. Anyone cancelling as a result of Covid-19 will be entitled to reschedule or receive a full refund.

Suitable for

Families, Children

Know before you go

Dogs

Guide dogs only

What to bring

• All children must be accompanied by an adult during the session

CWe hope we have a lovely sunny day, so be prepeared with sun protection but if its not, please come dressed appropriately.

• All children must be accompanied by an adult during the session

• It is prime time for bitely insects, wearing insect repellent will help keep these beasties