Free event highlights the arrival of spring

Flowers blossoming show that spring has arrived
Flowers blossoming show that spring has arrived
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HOW do you know when spring has officially arrived?

Is it the sight of the first newborn lambs at our local farms? Or that daffodils are blossoming in our gardens?

Or maybe it is the first of sightings of frogspawn in our ponds?

One local – and free – family attraction looks into this in more detail, as it invites all to take part in its fun and games event, Signs of Spring.

Taking place tomorrow, families are encouraged to search the venue for the signs of spring.

There are also some simple spring crafts for families to do together

No doubt after a whole week off from school or nursery, families are looking for something constructive, amusing to do to keep everyone occupied!

Drop into the Cumberland House Natural History Museum close to Eastney seafront at any time between 11am and 1pm or 2pm to 4pm tomorrow to take part.

Afterwards, let the kids run riot in the newly-refurbished Canoe Lake park next door or take a ride on the swan boats.

Entrance to Cumberland House Natural History Museum is free for everyone.

It is found along Eastern Parade, Southsea.

Call (023) 9282 7261 for more information on this and forthcoming events.