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Activities to mark anniversary of Durham riverbanks project
1:13pm Tuesday 3rd September 2013 in News
A PROJECT to help rejuvenate woodlands and riverbanks near Durham Cathedral is celebrating its second year with a day of free activities.
On Saturday (September 7) between 10am and 3pm, the Cathedral’s Woodlands and Riverbanks Project will host a range of drop-in events, including arts and crafts activities, opportunities to learn about wildlife and children’s face painting. The celebration will take place in the Cloister Garth at Durham Cathedral.
Gina Davies, one of the Project’s Officers, said, "This is a great opportunity for us to celebrate the progress of the project and we are delighted to welcome some of our partners who have supported and worked with us over the last two years.
"The event is a fun-filled day designed with the whole family in mind."
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