Natural England to host event in Weymouth celebrating the King Charles III England Coast Path!
Natural England are hosting the first of a series of events to celebrate the King Charles III England Coast Path at the Nothe Gardens, Weymouth on Sunday 11th June.
The free event is intended to connect people with nature, enabling all to access the natural environment and experience the health benefits that it can bring. The event takes place between 10am and 4pm and visitors can try a variety of activities including guided walks, theatre and performing arts, abseiling, yoga and much more.
The Greenspaces team will be supporting the new England Coast Path event as well as running free wildlife activities in the gardens throughout the day.
Mayor of Weymouth, Kate Wheller said: “This event is aimed at bringing different communities together to connect with nature while celebrating the King Charles III England Coast Path in Weymouth.
“This is a chance to learn more about the path that goes through Weymouth, connecting the beautiful coastline of our town together with other scenic locations along the Jurassic coast path.”
When completed, the new National Trail will cover the coast of England and will be around 2,700 miles long.
There is also a silent disco event taking place at the Nothe Fort on Saturday 10th June. For more details, visit King Charles III England Coast Path – Celebrations – National Trails
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