A wonderful family fun day on a gloriously sunny day after Easter was a huge hit with everyone that attended at Langford Lakes, near Salisbury.
Fabulous family friendly activities included, bird ringing, plant pot painting, felting wonderful colourful animal creations, raft building and some very fine clay moulding.
Just before lunch we were all invited to celebrate and witness the launch of a fabulous Tern raft built by H4H Conservation Volunteers. Floating in the middle of the lake, it is hoped that by mid-May it will be a successful nesting site for the visiting Tern.
The weather was lovely and sunny, everyone enjoyed a delicious BBQ lunch and the children all got on really well. Activities were varied and took place inside and out in the sunshine. There were several new members of the fellowships too.
Ryan Arthur said: “It is so nice to see the children doing fun outdoor activities rather than being inside on their computers.”
Philippa Haig said: “We all had a really good day and it was great to meet some new BoB and BoS and to catch up with others I haven’t seen for a while. We will be having many more similar days this year.”
On 24th March, 50 BoB and BoS joined the H4H staff at Tedworth House for the annual Easter egg hunt. Over 2000 eggs were hidden and found by some very damp hunters.
To find out more about get-togethers in the South Central Region please contact Philippa Haig on firstname.lastname@example.org
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