Walk 15 – Ringing In The Bluebells with The Ambling Path
DATE: Friday 14th April
START LOCATION: Free car park opposite Catherington Infant School
POST CODE/GRID REF: PO8 0TD / SU694 144
DISTANCE: 1.6 miles
DURATION: approx 2 hours (walk plus play and picnic)
The Ambling Path are the masters of family friendly walks in beautiful locations and this Easter walk will be no exception. Ring In The Bluebells is a guided stroll around Catherington Lith. In addition to the seasonal bluebells, young children will love hunting for the wooden sculptures that can be found in this area. There will be an opportunity for a snack and play so do bring a picnic to complete the fun.
All children must be accompanied by at least one adult.
If you are unable to join this Easter holiday stroll, you can find instructions for the Catherington Lith walk on the Ambling Path website. This is a beautiful and very informative resource that helps families spend more time outdoors. It even includes innovative ideas to help engage children in nature whilst out on a walk.
The Ambling Path is a family-affair. Sally, her husband and daughters aged 7 & 4, explore the local countryside looking for short and easy family-friendly walks to share. They have navigated miles of footpaths looking for play areas, refreshment stops, paddling spots, animals to spy, trees to climb, dens to build and ruins to roam. They provide other families with all the route details they need – from where to park, to whether the pushchair can come too. Needless to say, they have a large and loyal following on social media.
Find more details at: The Ambling Path