We are recruiting new students for Zog’s Dragon School at Raby Castle this May Half Term.
Sign up and enjoy lots of exciting activities inspired by one of Julia Donaldson’s favourite books, Zog.
You must be keen to learn new skills such as breathing fire, understanding the science of flying, wild roaring, capturing a princess and of course the very useful Dragon First Aid.
We will be hosting two Dragon School classes with Bright Woods Forest School CIC, one in the morning and one in the afternoon on Tuesday, 28th May.
Tickets are £10 for children and £7 for accompanying adults. Children must be accompanied by a paying adult. Places are limited so please book early.
This ticket also gives you access to the Park and Walled Gardens. Please park in the visitor parking area and meet by the canopy in the Coach Yard on arrival.
Other event information:
Duration approx. 1.5 hours
Distance: about 0.5 mile with stops for activities
Age: 3 -8 (younger and older children welcome at parental discretion, supervision and degree of adult help required)
The walk can be manageable with a buggy or in a wheelchair but there are areas of gravel and uneven ground. Some areas might be muddy at times.
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