Summer is out, and it seems even a simple trip out can cost a fortune. I have started to put a list together of Free (or nearly Free) things to do this summer :)
Cheap and Free activities.
Explore the park, Find the Markers and complete the Challenge, Have Fun Together!.Find out more
The hunt is on! Start the safari by finding any character, tapping their belly and off you go. running in Aldershot and Farnborough town centres. Run by Rushmoor council.Find out more
I'm a physics teacher streaming lessons on Facebook every Tuesday at 1.30pm. Wait in the videos section of Theatre of Science and I'll pop up. DON'T click dodgy spam links! Every lesson includes a story time and an activity kids can do alongside me. I usually say it's aimed at kids around 5 - 12 but we cover content that I wouldn't expect an adult to know so older kids may enjoy it too!.Find out more
FREE Wildlife Watch Activity Booklet – packed with ideas & activities to help keep children occupied over the coming months! 😍🍃🐞🔎.Get your Pack
Free downloadable activities. virtual heath walks, Secure your place in our #HeathlandAtHome gallery and look out for new challenges on social media during Heath Week!.Find out more
FREE You just need a device with GPS, download the App and off you go treasure hunting. Please bear in mind the current precautions to keep people safe. hand gel and wipes are a must if your planning on taking part.
Why not take some trinkets to pop in the boxes you find? Rubbers, badges and stickers are a cute option.More info
Numbers are strictly limited, and you will need to pre-book a bubble for your group so that social distancing can be maintained. Please 'book a bubble' via 'Eventbrite' in advance. The link to registering is below.Find out more
Be part of this nationwide survey and help take the pulse of nature. Butterfly declines reveal the poor health of the environment. We need your sightingsFind out more
Take part in roarsome monster themed crafts in our free, outdoor, and socially distanced workshops. Make clay pots, Pop-up monster books, grow wild plants and decorate plantpots, and much moreFind out more
Fleet pond is perfect for pond dipping and paddling, but please remember to keep an eye on the updates of algae in the water.Find out more
Frensham pond is very popular, the carpark is owned by the national trust and needs paying for. if it is full then please find somewhere else to play, as the beach will be full. You can always try the Little pond or Waverley abbeyFind out more
A beautiful walk through the countryside, with streams for paddling, wild ponies and heathlands.
Please be aware that no cycles are allowed in the area, and please keep your distance from the wild ponies.
Please take your litter home!Find out more
With heathlands, woodlands and ponds, Yateley Common offers a variety of experiences to visitors. You can walk, cycle and horse ride through 193 hectares of varied and wildlife rich surroundings. The Common also offers visitors the opportunity to fish, bird watch, and get involved in practical conservation through volunteering.Find out more
Frimley Lodge Park is a 24 hectare site that was saved from development in the mid 1980's. There is a free car park and it boasts great facilties including Pitch and Putt, Large sand play park and adventure play ground, Football pitches, Cricket Pitches, Child and Dog Friendly Cafe "Pistachios in the park" and BBQ hire. The Miniture railway is currentlynot operating due to social distancing restrictions.Find out more
Join the Wellesley Woodlands team for the big butterfly count as part of a nationwide citizen science initiative to record butterflies. There will be four sessions throughout the day and you must book your tickets in advance.Book your space
Tickets are free, but you must book your tickets in advance. Join the Wellesley Woodlands team for a peaceful morning walk through the woods, to learn about bird calls and see which species have made Wellesley its home. Book your free ticket online in advance on the Eventbrite website. .Book here
Change4Life and Disney have teamed up to bring you play-along games inspired by your favourite Disney and Pixar characters. These 10-minute bursts of fun will really get your kids moving and count towards the 60 active minutes they need every day!.
The car parking is free along the A30 by Virginia water . so why not grab a pond dipping kit and head on over. there are the lakes, waterfalls, and a park if you walk along to Savil garden.More info