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10:14 am, Wednesday, 1st June 2022 - 1 year ago


New trails around North East Lincolnshire have been launched on the Love Exploring app – it’s a great way to get out and about this half term.

The Love Exploring app has a new game, specially created for the Spring break that features augmented reality dancing tree-fairies and you can find them, if you really believe you can, in many of our parks.

Use the map to hunt the magical Tree Fairies and along the way learn how incredible trees are for our planet.

The Tree Fairy game is available from this week and can be found in Cleethorpes Country Park, Weelsby Woods, People’s Park and Homestead Park in Immingham.

It’s the perfect way to enjoy the outdoors as a family and to do something FOR FREE and you might get to see some sparkle and magic too.

Other trails in our parks and open spaces are also available on the app – including the Dinosaur Safari and the Space Walk.

All that’s needed is a smartphone that can download the Love Exploring app. The app is free to download to Apple and Android phones, but a word of warning – the system uses Augmented Reality and so unfortunately it won’t work on all mobile phones.

Check out your App Store for details by searching for the Love Exploring app on Google’s Play store or the Apple App Store and then check out the compatibility guide.

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