New free family walking app to enjoy this Halloween
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Families and children are being encouraged to discover the great outdoors and learn together as part of a new Halloween trail.
The Love Exploring App, by Sprytar, has added a new reality Halloween game that is available at Nicholas Everitt Park and Sparrows Nest in Lowestoft.
Users can explore self-guided walks and games including the latest spooky trails with dancing zombies and ghouls rising from the ground.
The free app includes educational games, quizzes and information throughout the planned route.
Suitable for those aged six upwards, the app also includes a dinosaur safari, fairy trail, a spacewalk and heritage group trails, with mapped routes lasting around 25 minutes to three hours.
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Tom Matthews, creator and play innovator at Sprytar, said: “Our activities are outdoors and self-directed, perfect for family bubbles looking for adventure in Lowestoft this half term.
“We’ve also recently helped to set up booking systems that allow parks to be pre-booked in 30-minute slots and we’re continuing to develop new games and activities all the time.”
The Love Exploring App is available to download on Apple and Android devices via loveexploring.co.uk/#download
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