Become a nature explorer and collect a nature passport from your library

Surrey Nature Explorer Passport now finished

The Surrey Nature Explorer Campaign officially ended in our libraries on Saturday 6 November. We hope that all children and their families enjoyed the challenges they completed. Congratulations to all those wonderful Explorers who completed 6 and 15 challenges!

Prize draw

The prize draw took place on Friday 19 November at Guildford library by Councillor and Cabinet Member for Communities, Mark Nuti.

We had 10 lucky prize winners who completed six challenges from Ashford, Banstead, Camberley, Dittons, Epsom, Godalming, Horley, Oxted and Staines libraries. They were able to choose between some amazing prizes including a slack line, an original Den Kit and a Kubbs Game for some family fun.

Watch our YouTube video below showing Sue Wills (Acting Assistant Director, Lifelong Learning & Culture at Surrey County Council), carrying out the prize draw for the 10 lucky prize winners who completed 6 challenges.

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We also had five additional prizes for Explorers who managed to finish all 15 challenges from Lightwater, Caterham Valley, Sunbury, Walton, and Godalming libraries. They could choose between gift cards for Go Ape, Bocketts Farm or a One Year family membership for the British Wildlife Centre.

Watch our YouTube video below showing Mark Nuti carrying out the prize draw for the 5 lucky challenge winners who completed 15 challenges.

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Thank you to all those children and families who took part to make this a campaign to remember. We hope to see families in Surrey back again in 2022 for a new Challenge so keep visiting the library Events and Activities webpage for updates.