A fun, free Safari Trail for all the family is coming to a park near you this summer!
Posted: Tue, 18 Jul 2023 09:59
Calling all families and care-givers! Are you looking for fun, free activities to entertain your little one(s) this Summer Holidays? Then look no further as Doncaster Mumbler, in partnership with Get Doncaster Moving, have created an interactive Safari-themed trail to get you and your Mini-Mumblers outdoors and active this summer!
Taking part in the trail is easy, you can download our trail sheet from the Doncaster Mumbler website or you can pick up a physical copy from the Tourist Information Centre.
The trail will be taking place later in the school summer holidays in parks across Doncaster, including:
- Adwick Park
- Martin Wells Lake
- Quarry Park Dunsville
- Peacock Park, Stainforth (aka East Lane Park)
- Thorne Memorial
- Town Field
- Sandall Beat Wood
- Hatchell Wood
The trail includes a series of accessible action challenges, including sprinting, stomping, stretching and dancing, which are designed to be inclusive for all ages and abilities. Children are encouraged to take a selfie with Gerald the Giraffe at the beginning of the trail!
You can also head to the Doncaster Mumbler website to discover a series of printable safari-themed activities available to download on the Doncaster Mumbler website, including colouring sheets, a safari puzzle sheet, i-spy challenge and more! Be sure to keep an eye on social media for upcoming competition details too.
"Supporting Doncaster's communities to be active, enjoy being outdoors and visiting local parks and green spaces is at the core of what Get Doncaster Moving is all about. We're delighted to be working with Doncaster Mumbler to encourage families to get outdoors and active together this summer." - Councillor Nigel Ball, Portfolio Holder for Public Health, Leisure, Culture and Planning, City of Doncaster Council.
"We know that it can be challenging to find enough activities to entertain children during the summer holidays (and to balance the financial impact) which is why we have launched a new fun, free interactive trail for Doncaster's Mini-Mumblers. Our trails are inclusive, accessible and a great way to bring families together to explore Doncaster's many fantastic open, shared spaces." - says Caroline Brooks, founder of Doncaster Mumbler.