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  • Wednesday 23 July
  • A boy looking at a creature in bug jar

    WED 23 JUL

    Wild Wednesday

    Old Moor, Barnsley

    Run by: RSPB

    Our most popular holiday time activity. Join us in the classroom for nature themed craft activities, go pond dipping on the reserve wit…

  • BBC at the Quay Logo

    WED 23 JUL

    FREE

    BBC at the Quay

    BBC Scotland, Glasgow

    Run by: the BBC.

    A free 16 day festival coinciding with the Commonwealth Games. We have a Big Tent, an Outdoor Stage, a Big Screen to watch brilliant sp…

  • Girl getting involved in crafts

    WED 23 JUL

    Curly Snakes: Crafty Drop In

    Parkridge Centre, Birmingham

    Run by: Warwickshire Wildlife Trust

    Make your own curly snake craft that will swirl and twirl in the wind.

  • Girl taking part in crafts

    WED 23 JUL

    Curly Snakes: Crafty Drop In

    Brandon Marsh Nature Reserve, Coventry

    Run by: Warwickshire Wildlife Trust

    Make your own curly snake craft that will swirl and twirl in the wind.

  • Dancers

    WED 23 JUL

    FolkActive Dances

    Freemantle and Shirley Community Centre, Southampton

    Run by: FolkActive CIC

    Folk dancing for over 50s with live music. Have fun, get fitter and meet new people!

  • Children walking at Dove Cottage

    WED 23 JUL

    FREE

    Wild Walks on Wednesdays

    Dove Cottage, Ambleside

    Run by: The Wordsworth Trust

    Explore the area around Dove Cottage with our education team as we learn about the wild landscape of the Lake District and get creative…

  • Thursday 24 July
  • Children's Festival 1911 pre-war

    THU 24 JUL

    Children's Festival

    Meyrick Park, Bournemouth

    Run by: Bournemouth Borough Council

    9:00 Children's Parade from Bournemouth Pier to Meyrick Park. 10:00 the festival opens.

  • BBC at the Quay logo

    THU 24 JUL

    FREE

    BBC at the Quay

    BBC Scotland, Glasgow

    Run by: the BBC.

    A free 16 day festival coinciding with the Commonwealth Games. We have a Big Tent, an Outdoor Stage, a Big Screen to watch brilliant sp…

  • Poppies in a garden

    THU 24 JUL

    FREE

    There Were our Own / There Were the Others - First World War Commemorative Walk with Poetry Readings

    The Hardmans' House, Liverpool

    Run by: The Hardmans' House National Trust

    A silent remembrance walk marking the centenary of the First World War. Led by poet Ken Cockburn, the walk will include poetry readings…

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