Fun day to raise awareness of nature reserves

FAMILY fun is on the menu during a nature reserve open day.

Part of the ‘Stepping Stones to Nature’ project, the event aims to raise awareness of Cecilly Brook and Hales Hall Pool and advertise volunteer opportunities at the sites.

The project – run by Staffordshire Moorlands District Council, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust, The Peak District National Park and the RSPB – is aimed at increasing opportunities for people of all backgrounds to access the countryside.

Arts and crafts, children’s games and activities, a treasure hunt, face painting, green woodworking, willow weaving, bug hunting and guided walks will be on offer at the free fun day, on land near Cecilly Brook, Cheadle,  on September 9 from 11am to 4pm.

For more details, call 01538 395577.

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