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We’re part of Bury’d Treasure this summer! Children from St John with St Mark C E Primary School will be setting sail on their very own treasure hunts this summer, as our school has signed the scroll to be part of ‘Bury’d Treasure’, a pirate-themed family adventure game. Back for its second year, Bury’d Treasure is an initiative in partnership with I Will If You Will (IWIYW), Bury Council and Transport for Greater Manchester (TFGM) with the aim of helping more families in Bury to become more active together. This year, Bury’d Treasure launches on Monday 2th June and starts a ten-week treasure hunt around Bury, with clues and puzzles hidden at Nuttall Park, Philips Park, Clarence Park, Close Park, Prestwich Clough, Burrs Country Park and Peel Monument. The clues will change every Monday for ten weeks until Sunday 3rd September, and every time a puzzle is solved by one of our children, and entered via the Bury’d Treasure website, that family will count as an entry into a prize draw to win a special school prize at the end of the adventure. Jane Gracey, Reception Class Teacher, at St John with St Mark’s, said: “Bury’d Treasure looks set to be the highlight of the summer for families in Bury and we’re sure our children will love hunting for clues in their local park, almost as much as the grownups!”
Here’s where you’ll find the Bury’d Treasure profiles online:
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