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Upper Swainswick House, Tadwick Lane, Upper Swainswick, Bath BA1 8BU
Daytime tel: 07758 515092
Contact: Rachel Leigh-Wood
These experiences are run by Swainswick Explorers, who organise outdoor play opportunities for children and youth.
Gentle guidance through the countryside by an experienced Explorer called Barney. The adventures are all year round in termtime. The walks are particularly suitable for children 3+ year olds, younger siblings welcome. It's a walk in lovely countryside, with something new to learn. Every week we build a small camp and share picnic. Come dressed for the outdoors and bring some food to share. Children younger than 3 may find the Nov-Feb months too cold to stay out for the whole 2 hours.
The cost is £6 a session if you pay for the whole term (usually 6-7 weeks) or £8 if you choose to come for one off sessions. We meet on Thursdays, our Playwalks run between 10.00am - 12 noon.
Meet at the lay-by in Upper Swainswick, details below:
Chilcombe Bottom - A valley with lots of wooded areas for play and few steep banks. It is about 15 mins walk from Larkhall. If coming from Bath/Larkhall:
* come up old A46 (gloucester road), turn right to go under a bridge (which is dual carriageway above) and park in lay-by on left after you've swung round the corner
* come up new A46 dual carriageway, turn off at Swainswick turning, go past garage on right and turn left under bridge and park in lay-by on left after you've swung round the corner
Please ring Rachel on 07758 515092 to let her now you will be coming as the meeting places change every term.
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