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chil­dren and adults re­ally de­vel­op­ing their ropes and tool skills over their week.

Both for­est school groups cel­e­brated their last day with a camp­fire and toasted marsh­mal­lows on the Fri­day.

Pro­ject 31 man­ager Lorna Bam­ford said: “We had a fan­tas­tic time dur­ing for­est school week with lots of great chil­dren, young peo­ple and fam­i­lies tak­ing part.

“It’s al­ways a real plea­sure to work in part­ner­ship with Friends of Cam­bus­lang Park and both Pro­ject 31 and the fam­i­lies in­volved much ap­pre­ci­ated spend­ing the week on the site.

“For­est School week en­abled par­tic­i­pants to re­ally grow and de­velop their skills with some ex­cep­tional tool use and lots of fab­u­lous imag­i­na­tive and free play. A bril­liant time was had by all.”

Pro­ject 31 are a lo­cal char­ity who pro­vide a wide range of ser­vices and ac­tiv­i­ties for chil­dren, young peo­ple and fam­i­lies.

To find out more head to www.project31. or have a look at their Face­book page.

Happy days

The younger age group who en­joyed Pro­ject 31’s for­est school


This lit­tle girl loved her toasted marsh­mal­lows

Tasty treat Young­sters and par­ents en­joyed marsh­mal­lows at the end of for­rest school

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