Cutty Sark, Eden Project’s Sir Tim Smit, and hatching chicks

Activity Quest is the podcast all about getting you out-and-about this summer. Listen to episode two below.

It’s Monday, which means it’s time for a brand new episode of Activity Quest, the podcast that aims to get you out-and-about this summer.

In this episode, Dan’s off to Cutty Sark in Greenwich, London to find out all about the famous ship and its history.

It used to be a tea clipper, delivering tea from Shanghai in China to the UK over 150 years ago. Now it’s a living museum that you can walk around!

As well as that, Sean and George tell us about newly re-opened places across the UK, including the World of Beatrix Potter, Hever Castle and Gardens and Tate galleries, where you can see some pop-art.

Bex is speaking to the founder of the Eden Project, Sir Tim Smit, all about its iconic biomes, whether it’s a good place to spend some time this summer, and how you can save the world.

And finally, Anna-Louise takes us back to the Mini Motley Farm for some very special breaking news – there are chicks hatching! 

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