Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation IOM are introducing their IOM Spring Trail – designed to keep kids active both mentally and physically in the house or garden this circuit break.

The charity have launched a fun, home based activity pack which is aimed at primary school children.  But with fun games to play like ‘Stretch like an animal’, craft activities, fancy dress, rock and vegetable painting all ages can get involved!

Laura Jones, Community and Events officer said: ‘Following the government’s announcement today about closure of schools we thought this was a great time to launch our IOM Spring Trail activity pack.  There are lots of home based and fun things to do for primary school children – but sure the older folk will enter in the jollification too. To obtain an activities pack, please email and a PDF will be sent to you.  There are lots of activities to keep you and your loved ones occupied over this circuit break.’

The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation has invested millions of pounds into research into the early detection of lung cancer, played a major role in the introduction of the ban on smoking in public places and has supported thousands of people living with lung cancer. 

Founded in 1990, and initially known as the Lung Cancer Fund, the charity was renamed five years later after the death of TV presenter and entertainer Roy Castle.

Laura added: ‘Once everyone has exercised their minds and bodies they can send pictures of their adventures to our Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation IOM Facebook page or by emailing   Have fun everyone and stay safe!’