The Solihull Fairtrade Trail will be returning to Solihull Town Centre from Saturday 17 February until Sunday 4 March.
To solve the Fairtrade Trail you'll need to spot chocolate bars in shop windows and find the clues. The chocolate artwork used by the trail is all created by local schools
Sample the best of locally sourced food and produce from a range of top quality suppliers at this market, which is held on the third Saturday of each month.
Come on a winter adventure in the woods. It may be cold and wet but there are loads of amazing games to play and mysterious creatures to find!
Would you be able to survive outside this winter? Come find out as you discover how to make a survival den in the woods, to keep warm and sheltered away from the cold.
Why should den building just be for the older kids? Head out and help to make dens for teddy and maybe even a toddler or two!
Sample the best of locally sourced food and produce from a range of top quality suppliers at this market, which is held on the third Saturday of each month. Artworks and craft items by regional artists are also available at this market, which is held on the third Saturday of each month.
The Easter bunny has hidden clues around the park - crack the password and win a chocolate egg! You may even spot the Easter bunny as he hops around the park. Punch and Judy shows, face painting and other entertainment are also available.
Entrance cost £2.00 per child - other attractions including face painting can be paid for at Reception. Meet at the Tanhouse Farm Road car park entrance.
You would have to be quackers to miss this one! Pick a duck and wish it luck as it races along the river. There are prizes for the first three to reach the finish line. This event is popular with visitors of all ages - children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. The event costs £1.00 per duck. Meet by the play area.
Learn all about how rabbits survive the night, turn into a fox and become a stealth predator. Take the challenge - could you survive out in the wild? Suitable for children aged 6+. Entrance costs £3.50 per child. For more information visit firstname.lastname@example.org or to book tickets, go to www.wkwt.org.uk/whats-on.