Little Rangers & Junior Rangers Clubs; £5 per child, per session (one adult per child free*)

First and third Saturdays of every month

Little Rangers: ages 5-8

In these session we will be starting to look at the various wildlife we have around our gardens and countryside; we will start to identify different animal tracks and bugs that we discover, and explain why they might like to live where they do. Lots of make-and-do activities, giving everyone the opportunity to help support all forms of nature around us…as well as some den-building and scavenger hunts along the way!

Junior Rangers: ages 9+

A more in-depth look at nature and wildlife; identifying how we might be able to do our part for conservation and even how we might help to rehabilitate those animals need  help. Lots of creating and designing to be done alongside buildings den and a base-camp.

 

Little Keepers & Junior Keepers Clubs; £5 per child, per session (one adult per child free*)

Second and last Saturdays of every month

Little Keepers: ages 5-8

These sessions give the opportunity to really get hands-on with the animals at the park, learning how each of them should be fed, cleaned and looked-after. For those who are keen to own their own animals, this makes a nice introduction to the responsibilities involved! Plus, some extra cuddle-time…

Junior Keepers: ages 9+

A slightly more hands-on approach to animal keeping, learning how and why we train the animals, what different behaviours can tell us, and exactly what we need to keep the animals healthy. There will still be plenty of cleaning feeding to be involved with though!

*Adults do not have to remain with their children throughout the sessions, however

To book, or for more information, please call 01305 215003, or email laura.hewett@kmc.ac.uk