Bear Hunt

‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ is a classic childrens favourite and this year Visit Isle of Wight, The National Trust and Walker Books have teamed up to create their very own ‘Bear Hunt’ on the Isle of Wight.

14th/15th July St Helens Duver Isle of Wight

‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ is a classic childrens favourite.  This year Visit Isle of Wight have teamed up with The National Trust and Walker Books to bring families together to experience their very own ‘Bear Hunt’ on the Isle of Wight.

Families looking for adventure can run through the wavy grass and splosh through the waves when they go on a Bear Hunt at St Helens.

The special weekend, 14th & 15th July at St Helens Duver will feature fun nature-themed activities for little ones, inspired by the children's book 'We're going on a Bear Hunt'.

Mini explorers can find out about the wildlife around them as they hunt for hidden bears across the grassy dunes and sandy beach.  This is geared towards 3 – 10year olds and dogs are also welcome as long as they are on leads.

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