Half Term Fun On Coast
There’s plenty happening once again along the Sefton Coast this half term.
A range of events are organised through the Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership Scheme which is externally funded mainly by the Heritage Lottery Fund, with support from other sources and members of the Sefton Coast Partnership.
•Coastal expert Dr Phil Smith leads a walk to the ‘Devil’s Hole’ near Formby on Sunday, February 17, at 1.30pm.
This huge hollow in the sand dunes has formed naturally by wind blown sand and contains a diverse range of wildlife. People are asked to book in advance for this event.
•A Family Fun Event also takes place at the Ainsdale Discovery Centre on Wednesday, February 20, between 1pm and 4pm. Families are welcome to drop in at any time and take part in quizzes, puzzles and art activities with either a wildlife or historical theme.
•Families can learn more about the wildlife that lives in the dune ponds around Ainsdale on Sunday, February 24 (walk starts at 1.30pm). These ponds, known as slacks, are fuller than ever due to the recent wet weather.
Dr Phil Smith will again lead this short walk and people must pre-book in advance. For more details or to reserve a place on the walks, call 0151-934 2964 or email email@example.com
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