CLIFFE Castle Park is hosting the Great Mini Beast Hunt during the Spring Bank holidays.

Children can discover what looks in the undergrowth during activities both in the park and inside Cliffe Castle Museum.

The Keighley attraction, which is run by Bradford Council, is offering free family activities on Tuesday May 29, from 1pm to 3pm.

Children will be able to make wildlife identification spinners and masks before moving outside to explore the park and hunt for bugs and mini beasties.

Outdoor education company Out in the Aire will provide free help during the event to make sure youngsters get the most of being outside during the school holidays.

Cllr Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s Executive Member for Environment, Sport and Culture, said: “This is a great fun opportunity for children to get some fresh air at the same time as learning about nature.

“Cliffe Castle and its grounds are a terrific attraction at any time but this event means that there is even more fun to be had.”

The £4.5 million restoration of Cliffe Castle park was completed at the end of last year with a grand re-opening.

The mask and spinner making session will take place in the museum’s conservatory.