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Halloween Week

25 October 2014 10:00 - 02 November 2014 16:00

Halloween WeekMore half term fun with a programme of free events guaranteed to entertain children of all ages. So bring a picnic and make a day of it!

 

Scarecrow Trail
25 October - 2 November 10am-4pm
Every day (except Tuesday) throughout half term.
Follow the map to find the scarecrows, each scarecrow has a clue - collect them all to decipher the spooky phrase.

Spooky Potting Shed
25 October - 2 November 10am-4pm
Whilst on the scarecrow trail (or even if you're not) take a look in our potting shed, there's something weird going on!

 

Monday 27th Oct - Creeping Toad, expert storyteller, is back again, by popular demand, to enthrall you with his seasonal tales. Then toad will demonstrate how to make an autumn flag or colourful bunting, which you may want to help you tell your owl seasonal tale. FREE activity.

Session times:
10.45am - 12.15pm                     
12.45pm - 2.15 pm                     
2.45pm -  4.15pm 



Tues 28th  Oct 12-3pm
Autumn Crafts - using leaves and other autumn treasures from the gardens design and make a stunning decoration. Suitable for 5 yrs and upwards. Little ones can have fun colouring autumn pictures. FREE activity. 

 

Weds 29th Oct 12-3pm
Autumn Crafts - using leaves and other autumn treasures from the gardens design and make a stunning decoration. Suitable for 5 yrs and upwards. Little ones can have fun colouring autumn pictures. FREE activity. 

 

Thurs 30th Oct
Scarecrow trail & Spooky Potting Shed



Fri 31st Oct 12-3pm
Halloween Crafts - celebrate Halloween by making a fun, eye-catching decoration.  Suitable for 5
yrs and upwards. Little ones can have fun colouring autumn pictures. FREE activity.

 scarecrow

Who is it suitable for?

All ages

What does it cost?

Most activities are free. £1 for Scarecrow trail

Your normal garden admission applies.

Do I need to book a place?

No - just turn up on the day

Venue Details

Visitor Centre and Gardens





No ticket is required