Come out to play for Easter

PLAY Rangers will be descending on Crow Country this Easter, offering free activities for children. The sessions mean youngsters can play outside in parks and open spaces, try new resources, and take on fresh challenges while they are supervised by traine

PLAY Rangers will be descending on Crow Country this Easter, offering free activities for children.

The sessions mean youngsters can play outside in parks and open spaces, try new resources, and take on fresh challenges while they are supervised by trained rangers.

Crafts, games, sports, and junk modelling, will all take place, and the sessions will be mainly aimed at the five -13 age group.

Events will take place at the recreation grounds in Therfield and Barkway, at Priory Memorial Gardens, Royston, and Serby Avenue recreation ground, Royston, between Tuesday April 14-Friday April 17.


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For a detailed timetable and more information, visit www.north-herts.gov.uk, or call the Children's services team on 01462 474257.

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