Celebrate Christmas in the park at Ilfracombe
A fun filled day of Christmas themed activities is planned for the whole family at Bicclescombe Park in Ilfracombe. The fun begins at 10.30am right up to 3.30pm on Sunday, December 20. Activities include a treasure hunt on the new orienteering course, a
A fun filled day of Christmas themed activities is planned for the whole family at Bicclescombe Park in Ilfracombe.
The fun begins at 10.30am right up to 3.30pm on Sunday, December 20. Activities include a treasure hunt on the new orienteering course, a Christmas fancy dress competition with prizes, arts and craft activities, as well as the chance for children to meet Father Christmas and have their photo taken with him.
Each of the activities is free and suitable for all ages and abilities. To keep everyone guessing, there are even different questions for the various age groups taking part in the treasure hunt.
Local councillor Colin Wright, from the Bicclescombe Park User Group, says: "Christmas is the perfect time to catch up with family and friends, so come to Bicclescombe Park and enjoy a day out together. Events are held throughout the year at the park and they are always well attended - I am sure that this one will be no exception."
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You don't need to book a place to join in - just turn up on the day. Last registration for the treasure hunt is 2.30pm at the Tea Rooms, which will be selling refreshments throughout the day.
For more information call the Parks Team on (01271) 388326 or email email@example.com.
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