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Hungry Little Minds with CaVCA's Hairy Bob's Story Trail.

The Street, 12 Lower Clark Street,


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It looks like the launch of our #HungryLittleMinds Hairy Bob’s story trail in Royal Albert Park in Scarborough was a hit last week!

Special thanks to Twilight Productions https://www.facebook.com/twilightproductions and Playsongs Scarborough https://www.facebook.com/PlaysongsScarborough for bring the trail to life.

You can join the adventure with your little ones by picking up a FREE trail booklet, along with free stickers, from The Street, Scarborough https://www.facebook.com/thestreetscarborough . Follow Uncle Josh, Mia, Kai and their dog Scruffy around the park to bring the story to life and support your child's literacy skills.

We would love to see images of you and your little ones taking part, please upload a photo to social media using the hashtag. #HLMStoryTrails

After finishing the story trail, why not enter our FREE prize draw by completing the following questionnaire: https://research.literacytrust.org.uk/s/HLMStoryTrail/ or use the QR code which can be found on page 11 of the booklet.

It looks like the launch of our #HungryLittleMinds Hairy Bob’s story trail in Royal Albert Park in Scarborough was a hit last week!

Special thanks to Twilight Productions https://www.facebook.com/twilightproductions and Playsongs Scarborough https://www.facebook.com/PlaysongsScarborough for bring the trail to life.

You can join the adventure with your little ones by picking up a FREE trail booklet, along with free stickers, from The Street, Scarborough https://www.facebook.com/thestreetscarborough . Follow Uncle Josh, Mia, Kai and their dog Scruffy around the park to bring the story to life and support your child's literacy skills.

We would love to see images of you and your little ones taking part, please upload a photo to social media using the hashtag. #HLMStoryTrails

After finishing the story trail, why not enter our FREE prize draw by completing the following questionnaire: https://research.literacytrust.org.uk/s/HLMStoryTrail/ or use the QR code which can be found on page 11 of the booklet.

It looks like the launch of our #HungryLittleMinds Hairy Bob’s story trail in Royal Albert Park in Scarborough was a hit last week!

Special thanks to Twilight Productions https://www.facebook.com/twilightproductions and Playsongs Scarborough https://www.facebook.com/PlaysongsScarborough for bring the trail to life.

You can join the adventure with your little ones by picking up a FREE trail booklet, along with free stickers, from The Street, Scarborough https://www.facebook.com/thestreetscarborough . Follow Uncle Josh, Mia, Kai and their dog Scruffy around the park to bring the story to life and support your child's literacy skills.

We would love to see images of you and your little ones taking part, please upload a photo to social media using the hashtag. #HLMStoryTrails

After finishing the story trail, why not enter our FREE prize draw by completing the following questionnaire: https://research.literacytrust.org.uk/s/HLMStoryTrail/ or use the QR code which can be found on page 11 of the booklet.

    The organisation has not provided any details about the Coronavirus support services they offer.

    This service provides the following Coronavirus services:

  • Children and families

    This service covers the following area(s):

  • Scarborough
  • Whitby
  • Malton

Last updated: 22/07/2021