WWT Martin Mere Wetland Centre in Lancashire is inviting kids to enter for free during the next planned teacher strikes on Thursday 27 April and Tuesday 2 May.

Kids aged up to 17 can enter the centre free of charge with a paying adult and enjoy a full day of wetland adventures. Meet adorable otters, flamboyant flamingos and some of the world’s most eye-catching ducks, geese and swans.

Victoria Fellowes, Visitor Experience Manager, said: "Martin Mere offers a fun and educational day out for families. Visitors can explore our wetlands and learn all about species that call wetlands home and the conservation work from WWT. We are pleased to be inviting kids to enter for free so that they can keep learning outside of the classroom."

Families visiting on the day can also enjoy pond dipping sessions from 1:30 - 3pm and discover creatures that live in their ponds such as pond snails, water louse, diving beetles, and newts. For an extra adventure, see if you can find all 15 of the giant, exclusively-made LEGO® sculptures across the centre!

Free tickets will be available with no pre-booking required - just show up at the centre on the days of the strikes. Children must be accompanied by a paying adult. One adult ticket costs £15.40 (£16.95 with gift aid).




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