Pull on your backpack and lace up your boots, we’re off on an adventure around the planet!
Saturday 22 October
Tickets: FREE please register at Eventbrite
Children’s author Leisa Stewart-Sharpe will be your guide, as you meet wild creatures and discover wild places from her bestselling non-fiction books with the BBC. Then settle in for a reading from Wild Life that celebrates our planet’s greatest naturalist Sir David Attenborough.
With plenty of opportunities to get involved, your budding naturalists will leave inspired by nature and hopeful for the future of our planet.
Recommended age for this event is 5+ although all ages can join us!
Please ensure there is an adult for every four children attending.
This event will take place underneath Luke Jerram's spectacular and beautiful artwork Gaia which is on display at the Cathedral from 11 - 30 October.
Leisa Stewart-Sharpe is a trained journalist turned children's author, who writes stunning non-fiction and picture books. Originally from Australia, Leisa's childhood has inspired her love for the natural world and its strange and wonderful creatures. Her first book, Blue Planet II, is part of a major new children's non-fiction series in collaboration with BBC Earth and published by Puffin.