Families, children and young people can discover a range of exciting activities this February half-term at the Grangewaters outdoor education centre.
A variety of sessions will take place over three days during the week, with tickets for each session costing only £10 per person.
The following activities will be available during the February half-term.
|Date||11:15am to 12:45pm||1:30pm to 3pm|
|Tuesday 18 February||Mountain biking||Leap of faith – high ropes|
|Wednesday 19 February||Climbing||Archery|
|Thursday 20 February||Bush craft||Postman's walk – high ropes|
Nature trails will also be available from 10am to 4pm for families to explore Grangewaters’ stunning lakes and woodlands.
Cllr Andrew Jefferies, Cabinet member for education, said: "Our Grangewaters outdoor education centre offers such a wide variety of activities and courses for people of all ages and abilities. Whether it’s sailing, canoeing, kayaking, archery, climbing, raft building or orienteering, there is so much on offer for residents and visitors to enjoy throughout the year.
"With two beautiful lakes, and set within 70 acres of natural woodlands, Grangewaters is a fantastic opportunity for young people to discover the great outdoors and take up an exciting new activity."