Family fun this February at The Welsh Wildlife Centre

Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran. Photo: Stuart Hall

Welsh Wildlife Centre in Cilgerran. Photo: Stuart Hall

This February at the Welsh Wildlife Centre, bring the whole family along for some fantastic crafty events starting from the 17th February.

On Monday, children can make their own creature from clay.

Tuesday is a special ‘Magnificent Mammals’ day. Come and find out about native land and marine mammals that live in the area. Explore the skulls and learn all about the mammals through our hands on activities, then paint one of our mammal themed craft items to take home as a memento of your day.

Fox Skull

Wednesday is our ‘Upcycling’ and junk modelling event where you can let your imagination run wild and transform every day ‘junk’ into something fresh, funky and useful!

Thursday will be slate painting, let your creative juices flow and recreate a favourite animal or plant on a piece of our local slate to take home.

Paintings on slate

On Friday there will be a selection of craft items to paint and take home, including money boxes, planters and animal homes.

Activities run from 11am-12.30pm and 1:30pm-3pm Clay, slate and upcycling sessions cost £3 per child and the Magnificent Mammal event and Friday crafts cost £4 per child. Booking is recommended as places are limited, please call 01239 621600 to reserve spaces.

Each weekday there will be a spring quiz trail to have a go at as well. Find letters around the reserve to help you solve clues and claim a small prize once you have finished! This is £2.50 per entry and runs from 10am-3pm.

Full details for these activities can be found at www.welshwildlife.org or on the Welsh Wildlife Centre Facebook page. The Welsh Wildlife Centre, including Glasshouse Café and Gift Shop is open every day from 10am-4pm.