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The ‘A day in nature’ program has ended with the participation of 1,900 boys and girls from 39 schools in Cuenca – Cuenca News

Spring is coming to an end and with it Santiago José Gómez, deputy responsible for the Environment, Youth and Sports, considered the program ‘A day in nature’ to be closed. And it is that it has been this program throughout the spring that has given life to the Fuente de las Tablas Hostel on the twentieth anniversary of its start-up.

A program that, after its suspension in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic, has enjoyed an excellent response in this edition. Its eighteen years of existence position it as one of the essential programs on the agenda of primary schools in Cuenca. This is witnessed by an enormous participation, which this year has reached 1,900 boys and girls from 39 schools in Cuenca.

A program that began after Easter, exactly on April 21, and that the Sports Service of the provincial institution has been launching every year with the main objective of training schoolchildren to experience nature in a fun way, and to achieve with it that they value it and become true defenders of the environment.

The attendees carry out an intense day, from 10 in the morning until 6 in the afternoon, with activities such as canoeing, archery, climbing, zip line, Tibetan bridge, various outdoor games and some environmental education workshops, with a little break for lunch.

The Provincial Hostel has no rest and next Saturday the 25th begins the first of the Diputación 2022 Summer Camps, which will take place in six shifts until August 20.

A total of 354 places that are distributed in the shift from 6 to 8 years old, two shifts for children between the ages of 8 and 12 and two for youth between the ages of 12 and 15.

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