Creating a miniature growing Castle garden couldn’t be more fun.
You will be working with the Bright Woods Forest School CIC’s team and will receive all the magical growing ingredients you need to create your very own miniature Castle which you can take home with you, then stand back and watch your garden grow.
Miniature Growing Gardens sessions will run on Friday 12th April at 10:30am and 1pm, Tuesday 16th April at 10:30am and 1pm and Tuesday 23rd April at 10:30am
Whilst here why not take on the Easter ‘Where is my baby?’ Trail in the Castle’s Walled Gardens. Find the baby animal pictures and answer a question about each one to claim your prize.
You could also include breakfast, lunch or tea, or even just one of our delicious hot chocolates in your visit by popping into our warm and cosy Stables Cafe. Don’t forget to have a browse in the Gift Shop or enjoy the Woodland Play Area. These areas are all free of charge for visitors and open daily from 10am.
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Please note when purchasing a Child’s ticket you must purchase at least one accompanying Adult ticket. No Child will be permitted access without at least one paying, accompanying Adult and every Adult must have a ticket.
Children (ages 1 to 15 years old): £15, includes admission to the Park
Adults: £7, includes admission to the Park and Gardens
Under 1’s: Free, when attending with a paying sibling
Duration approx. 1.5 hours
Number of children per session: 20
Recommended age: 4+ years old
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 children age 4+ but please bear in mind that the youngest children will require a greater deal of adult assistance. Children younger than 4 are also very welcome at parental discretion.
Advance booking essential as we can only accommodate a limited number of people on this event.
Cancellations: Please let us know if you are unable to attend although please note we do operate a no refund policy. This event will still go ahead in rainy conditions.
Clothing: This is planned as an outdoor activity (although we do have undercover options if it is particularly wet), so please dress in warm clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. We recommend that all participants wear hard wearing trousers and waterproof clothing if it is raining.
Access: The event will take place in the Coach Yard which is fully accessible with a buggy or in a wheelchair but there are some areas of uneven ground. 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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