Park ranger Stacey Coleman gets ready for the Halloween trail with a young visitor

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Park ranger Stacey Coleman gets ready for the Halloween trail with a young visitor
A number of activities are taking place in Beacon Park to keep Lichfield youngsters entertained during half-term. Families will be able to join the spooky Halloween Puzzle Trail from October 25 to November 2, while a drop-in workshop in the park’s Discovery Hub between 11am and 3pm on October 25 will give people the chance to make a bird feeder. The sessions and trail both cost £1. Golfers will also be able to enjoy a nine-hole round at the park’s course between 10am and 2pm from October 27 to 31 for £2.60. Councillor Andy Smith said: “We have a good range of activities at Beacon Park to keep the family busy this half term.” For more details of half-term activities visit www.lichfielddc.gov.uk/holidayfun.

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