B Cador: January 2018
Become a Wrenbury Rockstar!!
Just for fun — this is a very simple idea to decorate small rocks and hide them in various public places in and around Wrenbury with the result of brightening up the day of the finder.
Rocks can be decorated however you like, including paint, chalk, felt tip or nail varnish — as long as they are sealed against the elements (PVA glue, spray sealer, varnish). Be sure to write on the back of the rock "Please post a picture to Wrenbury Rocks Facebook page and then keep it or re-hide it".
It is that simple! Whether you are 2 years old or 102, why not join in this fun community based game? You could be walking home from school (or maybe the pub!) when you find one, so let's encourage kids (young and old) to enjoy being outside. Just wait to see their face when they find their fist rock!
Please be responsible when decorating and hiding rocks and remember that it could be small children retrieving them. Ideally please place on the floor, but no higher than waist height in a safe public place (no private gardens, business or the churchyard).
This is simply for fun and for the good of our community, therefore any inappropriate comments or pictures will be removed.
Thanks to Steph Merrill for organising such a wonderful community project!
Let's get hunting!
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