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It’s a bug’s life for all the Bromsgrove families

It’s a bug’s life for all the Bromsgrove families It’s a bug’s life for all the Bromsgrove families
Getting close to nature - Thomas Bull, seven, and Nehve Bull, five, find some interesting creatures. Picture by Marcus Mingins 3615019MMB
Updated: 4:01 pm, Sep 12, 2015

FAMILIES across Bromsgrove got the chance to get close to nature when they took part in a bug hunt at Sanders Park.

As well as the hunt, the under fives and their parents also got the chance to meet some other live animals, thanks to Creepy Encounters.

The event was organised by Early Help as a grand finale to its free summer programme.

Louise Hall, Early Help’s community development co-ordinator, said the summer activities, which had included messy play, singing and craft, as well as the bug hunt, had been a great success.

She added she hoped participants had enjoyed it and that people would continue to use the service for help, support and activities.

Visit www.bromsgrove.gov.uk/earlyhelp for more information.

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