Join the Gro Company for a family fundraiser in Haldon Forest this Autumn!
Whether you’re pushing a pram, riding on your grown-up’s shoulders, holding tight to a little hand, stomping in puddles or running from tree to tree, join The Gro Company for a fundraising walk and fun day to raise money for The Lullaby Trust.
On the 30th September Exeter based nursery brand, The Gro Company, is inviting you to join them for a wild adventure at Haldon Forest. Families, friends, grandparents, carers, brothers, sisters and babies will come together to walk the “Gruffalo Trail”, a gentle 1.5 mile path through tall trees and rolling countryside. After exploring the trail (and spotting a Gruffalo and his forest friends using The Forestry Commission’s augmented reality app!) participants can take part in a whole host of fun activities including face painting, craft, a bouncy castle (weather dependent) and a Gro Company Sample Sale.
By joining in with the Little Legs Walk you will be supporting The Lullaby Trust, the leading UK charity dedicated to the research and prevention of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). The Charity provides specialist support for bereaved families, promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep, as well as supporting research to understand why five babies a week still die from SIDS.
So get your wellies ready and sign up here.
About the Little Legs Walk for The Lullaby Trust
The Little Legs Walk is being organised by The Gro Company, with support from The Forestry Commission and Active Devon, solely to raise money for The Lullaby Trust.
The Little Legs Walk will take place on Saturday 30th September, 2017 at Haldon Forest, Exeter, Devon.
The event begins at 9am, with phased walk start times through to 11.00-11.30am. All activities finish at 1pm.
The Gruffalo Trail is a gentle 1.5 mile walk suitable for all ages, buggies and wheelchairs.
Tickets cost £10 per family of four, and should be purchased in advance from
It is strongly recommended that participants download the Gruffalo Spotter App before arriving, as signal is poor at Haldon Forest.
Car parking is available at Haldon Forest at an additional cost. The cost of car parking goes to the Forestry Commission to ensure the future of Haldon Forest as a free to visit landmark.
Participants should bring cash on the day to pay for car parking and any additional fundraising activities beyond what is included in the ticket price. (ie Craft table, bouncy castle (weather permitting), face-painting, Gro sample sale)
Mobility equipment for use in Haldon Forest is available to hire.Tags: Exeter, gro company, haldon forest, lullaby trust, walk