People in Spalding, Holbeach, Long Sutton, Donington and Crowland areas are urged to take on South Holland's Summer Fun Quest
People of all ages have been urged to take on a series of challenges over the summer months.
South Holland District Council’s Communities Team has put together the Summer Fun Quest to help encourage people to be creative and active.
Normally the team would be putting on a series of activity days over August but this has been unable to go ahead this year due to coronavirus.
But children and adults will not be missing out as the team have devised a number of nature trails and creative challenges.
The Summer Fun Quest has been organised by Alison White and Jessica Horn, who have been thrilled with the response.
Jessica said: “We have had a lot of positive comments and there have been over 170 views of the tutorial for the dance challenge.
“We are pleased that people are taking part and sharing their lovely comments.”
The Summer Quest poses six weekly challenges which focus on activity, creativity and promoting wellbeing.
The NHS 5 Steps to Wellbeing are also promoted within the summer quest challenge.
These include the Ch Cha Slide Plank Challenge, creating something beautiful from your recycling and learning something new.
For those who are unable to commit to the weekly challenges, the team has also devised a number of summer long quests.
These include nature trails, cycle selfie safari and the green thumbs challenge.
Alison said: “We have tried to aim the programme at everyone, for adults and children.
“We have a few challenges like a cycle trails which anyone can take part in.”
All of the challenges have been compiled in a pdf which can be downloaded from the council’s website. Pictures can also be posted on social media.