Dorset Wildlife Trust to put on Easter activities across Weymouth, Dorchester and Portland

NATURE’S WAY: Nikki Hesketh-Roberts from Dorset Wildlife Trust with pupils from Upton Infant School

NATURE’S WAY: Nikki Hesketh-Roberts from Dorset Wildlife Trust with pupils from Upton Infant School

First published in News Dorset Echo: Photograph of the Author by , Senior Reporter

WEYMOUTH, Dorchester and Portland are the places to learn more about nature this Easter.

Dorset Wildlife Trust is putting on a host of activities across the holidays to entertain adults and children alike.

There is a host of different activities each day to keep youngsters entertained and learning about nature at the same time.

From Wednesday to Saturday from 1pm to 4pm at Lorton Meadows in Weymouth there will be an Easter egg trail At the Chesil Beach Centre on the Portland Beach Road on Friday from 1.30pm to 3pm there will be the chance to help staff search for shark and ray egg cases along the shore as well as maybe finding some yummy chocolate ones.

On Sunday, April 20 there will be an epic Easter expedition at the Kingcombe Centre at Toller Porcorum, near Dorchester.

To find a list of all activities visit dorsetwildlifetrust.org.uk

It is recommended that you book ahead for the events mentioned above.

For more information call Lorton Meadows on 01305 816546, the Chesil Beach Centre team on 01305 206191, or the Kingcombe Centre team on 01300 320684.

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