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Half-term Scarecrow Making for Primary School Children and their Families

28 May @ 1:00 pm - 3:30 pm

Get ready for a fun-filled day during the school break, where primary school kids and their families can come together in nature.

Half-term Scarecrow Making for Primary School Children and their Families

Join us for a fun-filled day of scarecrow making at our Earth Moves site in Wallasey! This exciting event is perfect for children and their families to get creative and enjoy some quality time together all while enjoying the great outdoors.

Work together to make a scarecrow to protect the food grown for the community.

During the event, alongside the scarecrow crafting there will be interactive activities where your children can discover fascinating facts about different types of trees and plants. You’ll have the chance to get up close and personal with various specimens, exploring their unique features and learning how they contribute to our ecosystem.

Free, funded by the Earnest Cook Trust. Suitable for Primary School aged children. Please ensure you wear suitable shoes and clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty! Children must be accompanied at all times as this is a working site and there is open water in the form of a pond.

Where is the site?
Telegraph Lane is a pedestrian path between Green Lane and Leasowe Road. The lane runs alongside a series of fields, formerly the market gardens for Wallasey.

The site is a 10 min walk from Wallasey Grove Road station. The Earth Moves site can be accessed by foot and bicycle from Bayswater Road, turning onto Green Lane and walking up the lane for 480 meters. It is also within walking distance of the North Wirral Coastal Car Park on Green Lane, Wallasey CH45 8NA.

There is no public car parking at the site itself, the North Wirral Coastal Car Park is a short walk away. Bicycle parking is available.


Earth Moves site, Green Lane, Wallasey, UK
Green Lane, Wallasey, CH45 8NA
Wallasey, CH45 8NA GB
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