Step back in time and turn into a crafty archer at High Force this half term.
You will discover how to use tools to make your very own bow and arrow and even have some target practice with the Bright Woods Forest School CIC team.
This session will take place on Wednesday 29th May 2019, from 10am-12pm, in a beautiful woodland with a stunning view near High Force. It will be led by qualified Forest School Practitioners and will give families an opportunity to spend some quality and relaxing time in nature.
The session will be run with the Forest School ethos at heart with plenty of unstructured play for the children but also giving opportunities to learn the skill of making exciting Bows and Arrows.
Weather permitting there will be campfire and marshmallows to toast.
Why not extend your visit by enjoying some delicious food at the High Force Hotel and a must walk to the breath-taking High Force waterfall?
Tickets should be booked in advance online to guarantee a place. Both children and adults require tickets. This ticket also gives you access to the waterfall and includes car parking.
Other event information:
Duration approx. 10am to 12noon, approx. 2 hours
Number of children per session: 15. Children’s tickets are £10
Number of adults per session: 20. Adult’s tickets are £2
Recommended age: 4 years and over
All children must come supervised by an adult who will be responsible for their safety during the event. This is a family event suitable for all ages, but please bear in mind that the youngest children will require a greater deal of adult assistance. Children under one are free when attending with a paying participant.
Cancellations: Please let us know if you are unable to attend although please note tickets are non-refundable. This event will still go ahead in rainy conditions
Access: Please get in touch if you require assistance.
Dogs: Dogs are not allowed on this event, with the exception of guide dogs.
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