Autumn leaf catching and tree climbing in Plessey Woods

25 Oct

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There are 100 acres of woodland, meadow and riverside to explore at Plessey Woods, but somehow I never seem to get beyond the first few hundred metres.

Cartwheel practice, leaf catching, stick throwing and tree climbing were to blame this time, as well as a clamber round the playpark.

The girls loved exploring the little wooded hideaways around the picnic tables, great for giving them that sense of freedom to explore, whilst never actually being out of sight.

The paths are mostly pushchair friendly and with a cafe, playpark and toilet block all within yards of the car park, it’s handy for littleones.

http://www.northumberland.gov.uk/default.aspx?page=1892

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