Norwich’s young adventurers tuck into nature

Children take part in events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as park of Love Parks Week.

Children take part in events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as park of Love Parks Week. - Credit: Archant

Children in Norwich were able to get one step closer to nature at a community picnic in Kett's Cave.

Children take part in events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as park of Love Parks Week.

Children take part in events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as park of Love Parks Week. - Credit: Archant

The free picnic was hosted as part of Love Parks Week, a celebration of green spaces in peoples communities.

The RSPB were on hand to help young people get involved with the wild side of the fine city as youngsters took part in mini-beast safaris, scavenger hunts and national treasure quests.

Hosted by ROOTS Norfolk, a business that provides opportunities for children and adults to get involved with nature through outdoor activities.

ROOTS Norfolk hosted the feast as part of a new scheme called From the Roots Up Outdoor Community Projects which looks to get more young people involved in looking after parks and open spaces in the NR3 area with the goal of setting up a youth team.

Children take part in events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as park of Love Parks Week.
Eleweyn I

Children take part in events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as park of Love Parks Week. Eleweyn Ivory - Credit: Archant

For more information go to ROOTS Norfolk Facebook page.

Families take part in outdoor events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as part of Love Parks Week.

Families take part in outdoor events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as part of Love Parks Week. - Credit: Archant

Children take part in events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as park of Love Parks Week.
Eleweyn I

Children take part in events and a picnic at Kett's Cave Park as park of Love Parks Week. Eleweyn Ivory - Credit: Archant


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