Two summer holiday events are planned for the Fairstead and Gaywood areas of Lynn tomorrow (Wednesday, August 6).
From 11am to 3pm in Fairstead, the Vancouver Children’s Centre has an open day arranged.
This will be at the Community Centre and, weather permitting, on the Doorstep Green area.
There will be stalls and activities for all ages, together with the chance for parents, grandparents or carers to find out more about the Vancouver Children’s Centre.
In the nearby Rookery at Plantation Wood, next to the Howard School in Parkway, Gaywood, the Friends of Plantation Wood invite local folk along to the national play day from 11am to 2pm.
The group says: “It’s a chance to come and play some games, bring a picnic and make new friends; all welcome and it’s free.
Later on this month the Norfolk Wildlife Trust has more summer holiday events arranged.
Next Monday, August 11, there’s practical conservation work “Woodn’t You Like to Know”. This is from 1-4pm, starting at Reffley Community Hall car park in Reffley Lane, Reffley. It’s free and there’s no need to book.
On Thursday, August 28 there’s a wildlife workshop “Discovering Wildlife Where You Live”. This is from 6-10pm at South Wootton; it’s free, but booking is essential by calling on 01603 598333.
Then the following day, Friday, August 29, there’s a wildlife walk “Getting to Know the Gaywood River” which is from 10am to 1pm and over a distance of five miles. The start point in Reffley will be confirmed when you book by calling on 01603 598333 and once again this is a free activity