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Staffordshire Wildlife Trust’s Wild Steps Project at Clough Hall Park

Staffordshire Wildlife Clough Hall ParkStaffordshire Wildlife Trust’s Wild Steps Project, which is funded by North Staffs NHS , is offering a free day of activities for families on Saturday September 22nd from 11 to 3pm at Clough Hall Park, Kidsgrove.

The 'Wild at Heart' event is aimed and getting families outside and engaging in some fun activities. Throughout the day Newcastle Borough Council will be offering football skills for children and Staffordshire Wildlife Trust will be creating an assault course for youngsters to have a go at, there will also be a chance for all to have a go at the very popular 'Vegetable Olympics' and 'Wild Play' . Craft activities will also be available. There will also be a free newspaper pots and vegetable seeds for young growers. Also present will be health related stalls offering free advice on lifestyle choices from health professionals including the British Heart Foundation.

Also the 'Friends of Clough Hall Park' will have their cafe open in the park's pavilion. Organiser Shaun Rimmer said: "This great free opportunity is linked to the Wild Steps project which is about people learning how to improve their own well being by taking positive steps to improve their health, the event will hopefully inspire families to look at different fun ways of keep fit and active, as well as getting advice from health professionals about healthy lifestyle choices. "

If you would like any further information please contact Shaun Rimmer , Community and Health Development Officer on 07772080254 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

If you would like to keep track of forthcoming events being held by Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, become a fan on Facebook (search for Staffordshire Wildlife Trust in pages) or follow the Trust on Twitter (search for StaffsWildlife). To join the Trust, call 01889 880100 or visit www.staffs-wildlife.org.uk/page/membership

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0 #1 jess 2012-09-22 18:47
The event was fantastic. Over 200 youngsters attended. The sun shone, cafe food, lots of activities. Roll on the next event. Well so e Shaun Rimmer and his teams.
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