Join Countryside for discovery walks, egg trails, nature trails and much more over Easter
East Devon District Council’s Countryside team is hosting an action-packed list of outdoor based events over the Easter holiday break.
The council’s Education and Countryside Rangers are inviting families to join them for a variety of fun activities at East Devon’s countryside sites.
For pre-school children and children under the age of seven, there is a series of Little ones’ wild walks, involving games and wildlife discovery activities, which are taking place in Seaton, Sidmouth, Exmouth and Honiton.
- March 22, 10am, Honiton Bottom Community Nature Reserve
- March 22, 1.35pm, Seaton Marshes
- March 23, 10am, Phear Park, Exmouth
- March 23, 1.45pm, The Knapp, Sidmouth
There is a suggested donation of £2 for the walks. Please contact the Countryside team to book a place on 01395 517557 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
At Seaton Wetlands there are Easter egg trails and Easter craft activities taking place.
Drop in for the eggs-plorers trail, which is taking place daily from March 25 through to April 8, from 10am to 4pm. Pick up a map and follow the trail of special bird boxes to find out who has been laying eggs at the Wetlands. Completed trails win a prize.
On March 29 join an East Devon Education Ranger for an Easter egg challenge, from 10am to 1pm. This involves a self-led trail, as well as Easter crafts and challenges at the Reed Base, Seaton Wetlands.
Both of these events are free with a suggested donation of £1 per trail, there is no need to book a place.