The day will commence at the Sanctuary at 9:45am, with a leisurely guided walk through fields and woodlands to the beach at Weston Mouth, home to spectacular Triassic-era cliffs that form part of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.plaster fossils

There will then be beach games led by Jurassic Coast Ambassador Cara Jenkins, followed by a walk back to the Sanctuary. In the afternoon, there’ll be Jurassic Coast-themed activities like plaster fossil painting and dinosaur colouring-in, as well as time for some donkey interaction. Tickets for the day are £5 per person with the proceeds being split between the two charities.