Grow Wilder - Lesmahagow

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Thursday 03 August 2017 10:00am until 12:00 pm


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Birkwood Estate (Tuffholm Entrance) Lesmahagow ML110ED

Let them Play….

‘Grow Wilder’ is part of the ‘Growing Up Wild’ outdoor play initiative, allowing children the opportunity to try things such as building dens, making tree swings, playing and exploring the stream, hunting for bugs, climbing trees, making bows and arrows, building and lighting fires, toasting marshmallows……. and much more – WITHOUT parent supervision!

These sessions will be led by experienced Outdoor Play Leaders
All staff hold current PVG’s

All children require:

  • Warm clothing (and a spare set)
  • Waterproofs
  • Drink

We are outdoors is all weathers that it is safe to do so!

The Clyde and Avon Valley Landscape Partnership’s  ‘Growing Up Wild‘  Outdoor Natural Play initiative is taking place throughout the Clyde and Avon Valley this Summer, encouraging families to get out and PLAY their local green spaces.

Thursdays 13th, 20th, 27th July and 3rd August, 10am-12pm
Birkwood Estate,
Lesmahagow, ML110ED


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