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Children and Family

Children and Family

With over 200 holiday events designed especially for children and families you are sure to find something to suit everyone. Most of our events are themed to a particular area of interest from wildlife and bushcraft to cycling and fishing so take a look and see what interests you!

Nuts about Nature

Our Nuts about Nature events are perfect for children of all ages with an interest in nature. Together with the Rangers families can explore different habitats and find out about the creatures that live there. All the sessions provide children with an opportunity to learn about wildlife in a fun 'hands-on' experience.

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Hooked on Fishing

Our extremely popular Hooked on Fishing programme has a range of events for children during the spring and summer months from introductory sessions for those that have never fished before to more advanced sessions for those who are wanting to improve their skills. Led by experienced licensed angling coaches these events are a great chance to enjoy fishing on Moors Lake whilst receiving some expert tuition.

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Kids Cycling

Explore the Park and Forest at Moors Valley with a fun packed day of adventure cycling learning vital skills for off-road riding with a qualified mountain bike instructor.

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Seasonal Events

A selection of special one-off seasonal events at key holiday times including Easter, Halloween and Christmas.

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Self-led Trails

Fun quiz or activity trails for all the family running throughout some of the school holidays.

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Moors Valley Railway

Special events at the Moors Valley Railway; perfect for train enthusiasts and families alike.

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Try Orienteering

Orienteering is an exciting outdoor adventure sport which involves walking or running whilst navigating around a course using a detailed map and sometimes a compass. The aim is to navigate in sequence between a set of control points and decide the best route to complete the course in the quickest time. It does not matter how young, old or fit you are, as you can run, walk or jog the course and progress at your own pace. These sessions are led by members of Wimborne Orienteering Club and offer the perfect introduction to map reading and orienteering skills using the permanent orienteering course markers in Moors Valley Forest.

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