EVENT NEWS: Christmas crafts for children at Wandlebury

12th Dec 2014Wandlebury Country ParkEvents

Saturday 20 December: Session 1 starts at 11.00am, Session 2 starts at 2.00pm

Nature has ancient links with the festive season. Holly, mistletoe and ivy have been used for centuries as decorations during Christmas. These evergreen plants are a symbol of life and represent the impending return of the sun and spring following mid-winter.

Continue that tradition and encourage your children to learn more about nature with CambridgePPF as their experts guide you and your child in making rustic Christmas decorations, which will take pride of place during your festivities.

There are two sessions available on Saturday 20 December (either 11.00am or 2.00pm) at Wandlebury Country Park. All the materials you use for your decorations will be taken from the park.

Further details below:

Cost: £5 per child / CambridgePPF members £4, accompanying adults go free. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Early booking is essential as places are limited – book one session only. Please dress for being outside.

Directions: Wandlebury Country Park is located on the A1307, 2.5km south of the Addenbrooke’s roundabout. Parking available on site at a cost of £3 per vehicle, CambridgePPF members can park for free.

For information & to book a place: email bookings@cambridgeppf.org or telephone Nicola on 01223 243830 Extension 207


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