A fun-filled May half-term
Looking for somewhere to go this May half-term? We have something for everyone at Arlington.
Treemendous tree trail
Saturday 25 May - Sunday 2 June, 10.30am-4pm
Explore the tremendous trees at Arlington Court this spring. Pick up a trail booklet from reception and start exploring the grounds to find some of our terrific trees. Have a go at leaf rubbing and see if you can identify all of the trees to claim to your prize. £1
Rag-rug drop in workshop
Monday 27 May, 11am-3pm
Local artist Deborah Hastings will be showing how to make beautiful creations from recycled scraps of material. Find out the basics for free, or make one of her fun designs to take home such as a red squirrel or Jacob sheep. £3
Tuesday 28 May, 12noon-4pm
Have some fun with all the family and have a go at creating something crafty to take home. Bring your imagination and we'll provide the materials. Donations welcome.
Wednesday 29 May, 11am-3pm
Learn more about our amazing bees. Get top tips for how to make your garden bee friendly, join in with the Great British Bee Count, and make homes for bees. Donations welcome.
Paint along at Arlington
Friday 17 May & Fri 7 June, 12pm-3pm
Bring your sketchbook and easel and join Arlington’s volunteer Artist in Residence for a drop-in paint along session in the grounds of the Court. Donations welcome.
All events are free unless otherwise stated; normal admission prices apply or become a National Trust member and gain free admission to Arlington and other National Trust properties.
For more information about any of these events phone 01271 850296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org