The Surrey Culture Explorer Passport

Discover Surrey's heritage and become a Culture Explorer this summer

Surrey County Council is bringing back the exciting summer passport scheme for families with children aged 4 to 11! The Surrey Culture Explorer Passport holds exciting adventures that encourages families and children to learn about Surrey's rich heritage, arts and culture. There will also be a chance to win exciting prizes worth up to £100.

Designed to offer children a fun way to discover Surrey's unique culture and arts scene, the activity runs from now until Saturday 29 October, giving families plenty of inspiration for days out during the summer holidays.

The Surrey Culture Explorer Passport can be collected for free from one of Surrey's 52 libraries and will help children to keep track of their adventures as they collect stickers for completing up to 10 fun challenges.

Explorers who finish 10 challenges can enter a prize draw and win one of the following prizes

The activities range from hosting a 'Big Lunch' or tea party with friends, families or neighbours. Crafting, learning about Surrey's history, science and making art pieces young Picasso would be proud of. Some will be quick and easy, others will take a bit longer, depending on the age of the child.

There's lots of fun and creativity awaiting children this summer, so why not pick up a Surrey Culture Explorer Passport for them at a library near you?

Check out the Surrey Culture Explorer Passport web page for more information on the activities, prizes and how children can join in.

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