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This half-term: meet Stick Man, brave creepy crawlies and learn top survival skills

13-21 February at the Eden Project ------------------------------------------------------
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  Survival featuring Stick Man at the Eden Project    
  Let loose your inner survivor...  
  Come along to our action-packed week of adventure this half-term. We're joined by Julia Donaldson's beloved character Stick Man, TV's Crocodile Joe and his menagerie of creepy crawlies, and a host of experts who will be teaching essential survival tips. What's more, all activities are included in the price of admission to Eden.      
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Stick Man at Eden
 
Meet Stick Man
Visit the Family Tree to meet Stick Man himself! You can also take part in a Poohsticks race, follow the Stick Man trail, join in fun craft activities and watch the animated Stick Man film.  
See Stick Man in action ►
Crocodile Joe with a horn beetle
 
Brave the minibeasts
Crocodile Joe will be bringing a menagerie of hissing cockroaches, stick insects, giant snails, salamanders, spiders, slow worms and millipedes...are you brave enough to get up close?  
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A group of children in their den
 
Learn survival skills    
Join the experts and learn top survival skills on making shelters, lighting fires, cooking campfire recipes and much more. Or follow our den-building tips and build your own den at home!
Build your own den ►
 
 
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  Stick Man: © 2008 & TM Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler. Licensed by Magic Light Pictures Ltd.  
 
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