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Get your children channelling their inner Bear Grylls at the Camp Kernow

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Get your children channelling their inner Bear Grylls atthe Camp Kernow eco summer camp. Youngsters aged seven to 14 are invited to head out into the Cornish countryside for up to six days of exciting, eco-friendly activities in the woods, lakes and farmland. Off the grid, kids will get to experience foraging, archery, kayaking and tree climbing without an iPhone in sight. They’ll eat home cooked meals and learn all about sustainable living. Tickets cost from £260. Call 01872 885779 or visit campkernow.org.uk.

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It’s easy to hit the high street for your summer wardrobe, but before you click and collect, do your bit for new designers by visiting Curated Crowd. The website is the first-ever crowdfunding platform that funds, mentors and helps sell clothes for designers finding their feet. Soon you’ll be able to shop the showroom for your favourite outfits, get a sneak preview of new collections and save your seat at catwalk shows. Sign up to fund your favourite designer at curated-crowd.com. 

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Hate being far from the coast? Never fear: you can hit the beach in the big city at Neverland London, Fulham’s first Thames-side beach spot. There’s street food, summer cocktails, free-to-use deckchairs, palm trees and, of course, soft sand. See neverlandlondon.com and book your tickets at designmynight.com. 

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Walk and talk with the animals after hours at London Zoo this summer. Every Friday night until July 14, adult night owls are welcome through the gates from 6pm till 10pm. Get up close to your favourite creatures, see feeds and talks and take a sunset tour. Expect plenty of live music, treats at the street-food festival and peek behind the curtain to discover The Birds And The Bees: Uncut. Tickets cost £17.50 at zsl.org/zoonights.

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