Crom estate is a haven for wildlife, wildflowers and nature, so the National Trust Fermanagh are taking the opportunity to celebrate this by bringing a Summer Family Adventure on Sunday 30 June between 12pm to 5pm. Start the day off at the Visitor Centre Activity Hub where you will be given a map of the estate, along with a checklist for you to complete by the end of the day. This will involve exploring the estate and taking part in a number of nature activities, bug hunts and more. Get involved with the nature themed children’s crafts on offer and have a go at making your own bee hotel to take home for your own garden. Visit the face-painting station to turn your little ones into little insects and animals for the day. The National Trust’s very own rangers will be teaching bushcraft and wild survival techniques, whilst demonstrating some important tips for staying safe in nature. The RSPB will also be doing an interactive display on biodiversity and the conservation work that they do. Find out more about the Lough Erne Landscape Partnership Project and how Crom will benefit from this joint collaboration, working towards a more accessible, beautiful and healthier environment. Lough Erne Heritage will be holding one of their Racing Regatta’s throughout the day for everyone to enjoy. If anyone would like to enter the Regatta, please contact Lough Erne Heritage directly. Find out more about the traditional cots on the water and hear more about the work that their group does to preserve the significant history of Lough Erne. There will also be a special visit from the crew from the local RNLI Station, one of two stations based on Lough Erne, as well as an educational area to find out more about safety out on the water. Learn more about butterflies and how to catch them with the team from Butterfly Conservation round by the Old Castle Ruins and find out more about how to spot and look after red squirrels with Fermanagh Red Squirrel Group. There will also be the opportunity to go pond dipping at the Boat House, fallow deer spotting at the Deer Park and hunting for mini beasts at the riding school. It promises to be a great afternoon full of family-friendly activities.