Family event — We're looking for glow worms around Curry Rivel on Friday 11th August. Come and help us find them!
Meet outside West Field play park at 8pm. Bring torches and stout footwear; children must be accompanied. We will split into groups, some walking a short distance on easy terrain, some further — up to 2 miles — who will explore steep uneven terrain. This will be in the dark, and people can choose their group.
The weather is not being very cooperative and we may need to reschedule the walk and make it later too. If you are coming to carry out the search and meet us at Westfield reply to firstname.lastname@example.org
and I can keep you up to date on any changes.
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