Adventure Hour – Beacon Heath, Whipton and Pinhoe

Join us at the Beacon Centre this summer for Adventure Hour: a series of free outdoor creative sessions for families with children aged 5 – 8 living in the Beacon Heath, Pinhoe and Whipton area.
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What is Adventure Hour?

In each session, we will go on an exciting adventure together – exploring new places, moving our bodies, singing songs, telling stories, and making something to take home with us. Grown-ups can join in too: Adventure Hour is a chance to play and create together.

Age range

The sessions are suitable for all primary school aged children, but are best for ages 5 – 8.

Little brothers and sisters are welcome to join in too, but we recommend that where possible, you bring a friend or family member to look after them. This is so you can focus on enjoying Adventure Hour with your older child or children. The Beacon Centre will provide toys and an alternative space for friends and family to play with little ones during sessions.

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Dates, times and booking

Adventure Hour is 10 – 11.30am on:

  • Thursday 5th August
  • Thursday 26th August
  • Thursday 2nd September

You can attend one, two or all three sessions!

Spaces are limited and must be booked in advance. You can book by visiting the centre or clicking on ‘book now’ below. Please book a place for each adult and child who will be attending the Adventure Hour session.

Adventure Hour is part of the Beacon’s Family Fun Days, which include a free lunch. Please click ‘register’ below to register to attend the whole Fun Day.

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Covid Precautions

Grown-ups, please bring and wear a face covering (unless exempt), and provide your own hand sanitiser if you or your children experience any allergies. Covid safety measures may change in line with government guidance.

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Contact

If you have any questions, please call into the Beacon, or contact us on: participation@exeternorthcott.co.uk.

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