South Norfolk school celebrates nature day with family fun

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

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

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.

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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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