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February half term activity – Guided walk and nature crafts
15 February @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm
Midhurst Town Council invite all local families to join us for our FREE February half-term activity!
Join Michele Facer, author of Finding Footpaths – Circular Walks around Midhurst, for a fun, buggy friendly stroll around Midhurst, with activity sheets provided for children.
Come and warm up with us afterwards in the Old Library on Knockhundred Row, where we will provide hot chocolates, snacks and nature inspired crafts.
When and where?
Meet at Market Square, next to Midhurst Parish Church, at 10am on Wednesday 15th February. We will plan to start walking shortly after 10am. If you are running a couple of minutes late and wish to catch up, we will first be heading to the top of St Ann’s Hill!
Can we bring buggies?
The route will be as buggy friendly as possible and we will help any buggy users with the slightly more tricky areas. We cannot guarantee that the wheels will be clean at the end!
What should we wear?
Wrap up warm and wear sensible footwear, wellies or walking boots would be a great idea, trainers are fine if you don’t have wellies but they may get muddy!
Do we have to tell you we are coming?
So we have a rough idea of numbers and how many children to provide snacks and hot chocolate for and how many materials we require for our nature inspired crafts after the walk, it would be great to know if you are joining us, but if you decide last minute to come along and haven’t let us know that is also absolutely fine!
Is there any cost?
No, there is no cost, this is totally free. Midhurst Town Council endeavours to provide a free activity during every school break.
Finding Footpaths – Circular Walks around Midhurst
Michele Facer is the author of Finding Footpaths, a book with a variety of circular walks around Midhurst that all begin and end at Market Square in Midhurst. If you’d like to find out more, please visit the website Finding Footpaths