TERRIFYING HALLOWEEN XPLORER TRAIL
FOR PRE-SCHOOL & PRIMARY SCHOOL AGEd children
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Are you looking for a spook-tacular day out for little explorers?
Come and enjoy a Halloween-themed outdoor adventure with your family at the Springfield Park Halloween Xplorer event – perfect for keeping primary and pre-school aged children busy this half term!
Xplorer is a FREE family-friendly navigation challenge that is both fun and educational. It will give children a sense of adventure, as well as an opportunity to get out of the house for a few hours in a COVID-secure way, as they explore the park to find the markers. It involves a healthy mix of physical activity and decision making that the whole family can enjoy together.
Using a simple map, the aim is to find a number of markers that are located around the park. At each marker children need to identify what is pictured and enjoy learning a fun fact to tell their family and friends.
Halloween costumes encouraged but not essential!
Collect your trail map and your pre-prepared Spooky Pack at the Ghostly Gazebo, located on the Park.
The event will be run in line with current government advice and will follow the guidance and recommendations set out by the NGB (NGB British Orienteering/Xplorer). Participants must adhere to these guidelines at all times or the event will be closed down.
Before booking, please agree to following current government advice and guidelines at the time of the event taking place. You can participate:
- In a household group
- In your support bubble
Please do not arrange to participate together or at the same time with people outside of your household or support bubble.
We will obtain your contact details when booking/registering to assist with Test & Trace. QR codes for the NHS Test & Trace app will be available.
No touching of markers.
Packs will be pre-prepared, ready for you to collect at the Ghastly Gazebo on the Park.
We will continue to review government and Liverpool City Council guidelines- please note this event may be cancelled if further restrictions are put in place.