Did you know a Queen Bee will lay around 1,500 eggs per day this summer? Here’s another fact about summer – tons of fun-packed family events will take place across the Land Trust’s parks and green spaces.
National land management charity The Land Trust owns, manages and maintains sites across the country – including the iconic ‘Lady of the North’ at Northumberlandia, Liverpool’s Festival Gardens, Wirral’s Port Sunlight River Park, Greenwich Ecology Park, Canvey Wick in Essex, Warren House Park near Doncaster and country parks at Frickley and Fryston, South Yorkshire.
These sites, along with a host of others, will be the setting for a range of activities to keep families entertained during the summer holidays. Events being held up and down the country will include campfire cooking, mini beast hunts, health walks, green gyms and an activity showing you how to camouflage.
To find out more about events taking place at The Land Trust’s sites up and down the country, visit http://www.thelandtrust.org.uk/community/events_list.html
Meanwhile, if you would like to know more about the Land Trust’s green spaces, take a look at its interactive map: http://www.thelandtrust.org.uk/community/sites-map.html