30 Days Wild Family Fun Day

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30 Days Wild Family Fun Day

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What: 1st June 2017 ** OOPS - Event Ended **
Can you take up the challenge of doing something wild for 30 days Join DWT to kick off 30 Days Wild at Mincinglake Valley Park

Half term family fun with forest school activities, pond dipping and other wild challenges Sign up for a free 30 Days Wild pack, or just come along and talk to us about whats happening in your area.

Main activities off Stoke Hill, near the car park. Light refreshments for sale, and toilet available.

Supported by Exeter City Council, Peoples Postcode Lottery and South West Water, Sylvania Community Hall and DWT Exeter Local Group.
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