St George’s Day fun at The Walks, in King’s Lynn

The annual Easter Fun Day in The Walks, King's Lynn, will take on some St George's Day twists next Saturday.

The annual Easter Fun Day in The Walks, King's Lynn, will take on some St George's Day twists next Saturday.

The Easter Egg trail is being replaced with a dragon trail and there will be an opportunity to take part in mini-fencing and archery.

Arts and crafts activities will include dragon mask making and sword making, giving a real St George's Day feel to the event.

Other activities include circus skills in the arena, speed stacking, climbing wall and the ever-popular spider mountain, ensuring that there is plenty going on for all the family to enjoy.


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The King's Lynn Free Runners will be putting in an appearance at the event - showcasing their gravity-defying parkour skills.

And a skate park will be set up in the multi-use games area, where people will be able to be able to have a go at skateboarding and BMX - all equipment will be provided.

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The event will also feature the first ever public performance by Street Wize, a local street dancing club.

Street Wize was first established as a summer holiday activity in 2010 as an affordable and enjoyable way for young people to get active.

The group has gone from strength to strength and now has around 60 members aged from 3-16.

The club held auditions in order to select the cream of the crop to perform at the St George's Day event in The Walks.

Street Wize dance coach Kate Smith said: 'The children have worked really hard on their routines for this event and they're really excited about taking part.

'I hope people will come along to watch their performance or to get involved in our street dance demonstrations. The children hope that their performance will inspire others to take part in this exhilariting activity.'

The event, which takes place between 2pm and 6pm, is free of charge but payment is required for some activities.

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