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The Giant Quest

NEW!!  Step into the realms of the sleeping giant and take on a quest to become fellow guardians of future forests! Tales of ancient Welsh folklore will be reimagined this summer as old Glyn, a kindred spirit and one of the legendary giants of Snowdonia, has hidden deep in the heart of GreenWood and needs help from the humans to protect the forest treasure of the future; the keys of the trees.

Age 3+
Family
included

Let your little ones test their nerve and agility as they tiptoe across stepping stones, scale walls and race through tunnels and balance bridges in a bid to wake sleepy Glyn from his slumber before the greediest of all the giants finds him and his fortune.

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Caterpillars eat a lot, in fact, they can be 100 times larger than when it's emerged from the egg! They don't even have teeth!

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The speed of snails is around 0.5-0.8 inches per second. If they moved without stopping, it would take more than a week to complete 1 kilometer.

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