Fox and Cubs Forest School

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What’s it all about?

A toddler group out in nature – go along with you preschooler and join Fox and Cubs Forest School for lots of outdoor fun – including seasonal crafts, juice and biscuits!

They meet in any weather and enjoy exploring, playing, building, finding bugs, mixing mud, cooking on the campfire and much more.

Wear warm clothes, wellies and waterproofs!

Tickets £6.50 per child

Block book for all 6 dates and save £1 per ticket. You can do this on their booking system by adding all sessions to the basket – your discount will be applied automatically at the checkout.

You need not buy tickets for babes in arms or children too young to participate.

Click here to book

Where/When

This runs in term time on a Friday 9:30am until 10:45am and 11:15am until 12:30pm at Wycombe Museum

 

Contact / More information

Visit the Wycombe Museum website to book tickets or find out more about this event http://wycombemuseum.org.uk/foxandcubs/

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