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Fun and games in the park.

VISITORS to Beaumont Park took the opportunity to explore parts that have previously been inaccessible.

The Play in the Park event, a partnership between the Friends of Beaumont Park (FoBP) and Nature's Footprints, gave people the chance on Wednesday to play giant board games such as snakes and ladders and jenga, go bug hunting, and take part in a forest school run by 14 to 16-yearolds with the National Citizen Service, who attend various schools in the area. There was a 2km fun run that welcomed all comers.

It is hoped it will become an annual event. The Friends are also seeking helpers for a 2km Junior Park Run for 4-14 year olds. They also want visitors' opinions for ways to improve the park.

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Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Aug 5, 2017
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