RSPB Rainham Marshes nature reserve reopens following weekend power cut
The RSPB Rainham Marshes nature reserve is welcoming visitors again after a power cut closed it down over the weekend.
Human activities at the wildlife haven were halted in their tracks on Saturday and Sunday, but power returned on Monday (October 22).
To celebrate, the reserve has some spooky half-term activities lined up.
Education officer Louise Moss hinted: “I would like to challenge all visitors to brave our Hallowe’en Trail and identify our mystery creature.”
Solving the mystery has a prize attached.
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The best Hallowe’en costumes will also gain a place on the “Scary Monsters” board.
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