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Project Wild Thing

ALFI and ENERGY ALTON
invite you to
a screening of the film

PROJECT WILD THING

on Monday 3rd APRIL 2017, 7.00 for 7.30 pm in the Wesley Room at

ALTON MALTINGS
Maltings Close, Alton GU34 1DT

David Bond's engaging film is helping to lead a movement to encourage children to get outside and enjoy nature, improving their health and wellbeing. Afterwards, join us in a discussion about how we can help our children enjoy Alton's wonderful public open spaces.

This is a FREE EVENT
Donations welcome. Refreshments.

Email energyalton@gmail.com Tel 07811 462659

There will be a discussion on the issues and potential for encouraging more children to learn in and enjoy being in the outdoors

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