Langdon Nature Tots Event 1

Langdon Nature Tots

Location:
Fully booked
Nature Tots is a weekly parent and toddler group where young children can explore, play and learn through nature.

Event details

Meeting point

Meeting instructions will be sent upon booking.

Date

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Time
10am-12pm
A static map of Langdon Nature Tots

About the event

As the seasons change, discover and learn each week through a range of fun wildlife themed activities from bug hunting and leaf spotting to natural painting and stick creatures. 

We are currently offering Nature Tots as a block booking. The events will take place every Monday from 7 June to 12 July. 

Dates: 7, 14, 21, 28 June, 5, 12 July

Suitable for ages 18 months to 5 years. Children must be accompanied by an adult (to aid social distancing one adult per paying child). Please come suitably dressed for the weather as we will be outside for the whole session. 

Meeting instructions will be sent upon booking. Please note there are no toilet facilities on site.

Please read event booking terms and conditions here

Event booking terms and conditions

Advance booking is essential. You only need to book a place for the child attending, you do not book a place for the accompanying adult or younger sibling under 18 months and babes in arms are free. 

Please help to protect our staff and other members by not attending any of these events if you or anyone in your household is feeling ill or have symptoms of Covid-19. 

We are working within current COVID Government guidelines and will update our practices accordingly, in response to any changes in this advice.  All our activities are fully risk assessed and a copy of our COVID risk assessment is available on request. If, under these guidelines, it is necessary for us to cancel the event, we will contact you to reschedule or refund as appropriate. 

Booking

Price

£42 (6 weeks)

Additional booking information

Advanced booking essential

Suitable for

Families, Children

Know before you go

Dogs

Dogs permitted

Facilities

Picnic area

Contact us

Essex Wildlife Trust