Activities for Children and Families

In 2019 we have a selection of family friendly eco activities to suit all our guests and local visitors with children.

This programme will be added to and updated over the year so please keep checking to see if there are more events, or you can join our mailing list to get updates delivered straight to your inbox.

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February Half Term 

Big Spawn Count – Wednesday 27th February 2019

Be part of Freshwater Habitats Trust’s annual Big Spawn Count by visiting the ponds at Denmark Farm and looking for signs of toad and frog spawn.

Big Spawn Count

Learn more about ponds, and the features of a wildlife-friendly pond with our Site Manager Linda Bradshaw-Wood.

We will be running two separate sessions, one in the morning (10.30am-12pm) and one in the afternoon (1.30-3pm) and offering hot and cold drinks and homemade cakes at our Pop up Cafe from 12 to 4pm.

The Big Spawn Count is a family friendly event and everyone is welcome to take part. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

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Family Forage & Feast with Adele Nozedar

Wednesday 21st August 2019, 11am-3.30pm

We’re delighted to be joined by, forager and author, Adele Nozedar for a family friendly forage and feast summer event. 

The Family forage will involve a gentle stroll around the nature reserve. Adele will guide us all the way and help identify plants. See just how many wild and delicious ingredients we can make at Denmark Farm! Then we will fire up the earth oven and you can bake your own mini pizza and use your finds to top it!

For further information and booking details click here!

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YOUNG RANGERS: Outdoor After School Club

Every Thursday, during school term time, from 4pm-6pm (starting back September 2019)outdoor after school club in wales

Young Rangers is a weekly after-school club for primary school aged children. There are no targets to meet, no curriculum, no differentiation of abilities, just learning through play and growing in social and emotional intelligence… and lots of mud. We’re passionate about getting kids back to nature, where every child can thrive. Sessions are led by experienced outdoor activity leaders, Sally and Linda.

Activities are open to all children aged 6-11 years. 

£7 per child each session. Payment for each term is usually made up front at the first session.

See Young Rangers – Lampeter Facebook page for Sally Harvey’s contact details