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DARING children are being challenged to tackle an assault course over the Easter break.

Queen Elizabeth Country Park is hosting an ‘extreme explorers’ course on Thursday, April 12.

Designed for children, youngsters will be running, jumping, ducking and diving through the park’s new obstacle course.

And after the young explorers have finished on the assault trail, they can tuck into some freshly-made pizza, cooked in the park’s new clay oven and sip a hot mug of cocoa.

The event takes place between 10.30am and 12.30pm at the site in Gravel Hill. Tickets are £6 per child.

Youngsters must be taller than 1.4m and all children have to be supervised by an adult. For more details, call 02392 595040.

Queen Elizabeth Country Park

Thursday 12 April 2018

Time: 10.30am to 12.30pm

Cost: £6 per child

Not for the faint hearted! Can you beat the clock? Take the Explorer trail through the woods, jump, duck and dive around the new assault course. Finish with a cup of cocoa and a pizza cooked in the new clay oven.

Children must be over 1.4m to take part and all children need to be supervised by an adult.