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South Norfolk school celebrates nature day with family fun

PUBLISHED: 10:54 05 July 2018 | UPDATED: 10:54 05 July 2018

Pupils at Pulham School Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2017

Pupils at Pulham School Byline: Sonya Duncan Copyright: Archant 2017

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The Waveney Valley is known for its amazing natural beauty and scenery.

Now, a South Norfolk school is helping to celebrate this and nature day with a host of family activities and fun.

On Saturday, July 7, Pulham Primary School will be hosting a nature themed day.

Running from 10am till 2pm, the event is packed with lots of fun activities including a nature trail - with a medal once completed, the chance to meet sheep, owls, hedgehogs, rescue dogs and giant snails.

There is a chance to choose a sheep’s name with the ‘name-a-sheep’ competition, pond-dipping, football game, coconut shy, lucky dip and raffle.

As well as the activities there will be many stalls selling cakes, plants and herbs and crafts. Youngsters can also get stuck into sand art, colouring and face-painting.

Family friendly races will take place, opened by district councillor Clayton Hudson, who will also be drawing the raffle.


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