WILLIAMSON Park in Lancaster is preparing for its biggest year yet.
Following on from England Tourism Week, the park will continue offering great events and activities for all the family throughout the year.
Keep the kids busy this Easter with one of the great activities.
Be a Zoo Keeper – learn to look after our animals and be brave and handle some of the mini beasts. There are two sessions on Tuesdays, April 3, and 10, from 9.30am to 12.30pm costing £5.
Bring the family and take part in a free wacky races session on Tuesday, April 3, at 1pm. Join the sack race or take part in the egg and spoon race. Children aged five and over are welcome to take part.
Get ready for the Olympics and design your own T-shirt or flag on Monday, April 9, from 1pm. This is a free session for ages five to eight and all completed designs can be taken home.
Join the Wildlife Adventure Day for an unforgettable nature experience. In the morning, look after animals with the zoo keeper, go behind the scenes and get hands on with the creepy crawlies.
Join us for lunch then spend the afternoon tracking down creepy crawlies in the woodland using special bug hunting equipment. All children aged eight to 14 are welcome to join in on Wednesday, April 11, from 9.30am to 2.30pm priced £10.
A treasure hunt is taking place on Wednesday, April 11, at 10.30am and is ideal for children aged four to seven. Solve clues, put together a puzzle and discover hidden treasure, only £3 per person.
See the Lancaster Guardian (05-04-12) for full story.