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A free activity day in the Manifold Valley should provide a fun-filled day out in the Peak District National Park for families looking for something different to do in the school holidays.
“Step into the Peak District” takes place on Friday August 10, 11am-3pm at the Manifold Valley Visitor Centre, Hulme End, in Staffordshire.
The fun day, run by Peak District National Park rangers, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust and the RSPB, includes:
Andy Farmer, of the Peak District National Park ranger service, said: “This is a great opportunity for families to get out into the countryside with experts on hand to introduce children to the fascinating world of nature.
“It’s one of many activities provided by the Stepping Stones to Nature project, which encourages people from Stoke and North Staffordshire, particularly those who may not have been to the national park before, to get involved with all it has to offer.”
Other Stepping Stones to Nature activities include voluntary conservation work, free workshops, free education visits, events and displays.
Hulme End Visitor Centre is about 10 miles north of Ashbourne, between Hartington and Warslow on the B5054, postcode ST17 0EX, grid reference SK102593.