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Cherry Tree Hill Primary School

Cherry Tree Hill Primary School

Be Safe, Be Caring, Be a Learner

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Holiday Activities

As the holidays approach, we have been thinking about how we can support you in having some fun with your children whilst helping them  – without the pressure of 'formal' lessons.


We have put together a range of free local activities/ ideas for your children to enjoy.

Summer Holiday Activities

Parks and Open Spaces:


Darley Park


Lovely walks with plenty to see. Lots of hidden little gardens and places to find.


Locko Park


Based on the outskirts of Derby, Locko Park is a lovely place to have a stroll. Take a stroll down the lanes and visit the lake. It’s a great place for a picnic.


National Memorial Arboretum

Free but donations are welcome, £4 car parking charge applies.

The National Memorial Arboretum is the UK’s year round centre of remembrance and home to iconic armed forces memorial.


Shardlow Village and Heritage Centre


Walk around the picturesque village of Shardlow and call at the Heritage Centre where you will find loads of information about the local history. Parking is located at the Clock House Car Park.


Belper River Gardens

Free, parking charges may apply

These unique riverside gardens have been offering visitors a tranquil setting to view the River Derwent for over 100 years. The beautiful gardens include shrubberies and colourful flowerbeds together with a central bandstand.


Foremark Reservoir

Free, parking charges apply

Foremark Reservoir is a haven for wildlife, supporting a rich diversity of wildlife with over 200 species of birds, 27 species of butterflies and 300 species of moths recorded on site. The many footpaths and trails are a great starting point to explore the reservoir and surrounding woodland.

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