Belhus Woods Country Park

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With miles of shady woodland walks, plus meadows and beautiful lakes, Belhus Woods Country park is a favourite with dog walkers, families and picnickers. The on site Café sells hot food and drinks, as well as regularly hosting exhibitions by local artists. The well maintained main paths are popular with ramblers and parents.

Children can collect stamps in their Passport to Learning if they participate in any of the following activities:

Spooky Spellbook Trail
Enjoy exploring the woods in search of sticky, icky potion ingredients whilst following this self guided trail. Families will practice map reading and problem solving as they search for wooden spellbooks and complete their trail booklet in order to return to the Visitor Centre and claim a creepy well done gift. A great way to get in the mood for Halloween, get some exercise and develop team work and co-operation. There is no need to book, simply turn up and buy a trail pack for £3 from the Visitor Centre throughout October half term 22nd -31st October 10:00am-4:00pm.

Children can earn up to 45 minutes in their Passport to Learning for this activity.