May half term at Beningbrough
Come out to play at Beningbrough with a new nature trail, 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ and some great activities to get involved with.
Open daily, 10am - 5pm
Pick up one of the new free trails and look out for giant butterflies along with strange facts as you explore the garden. There are two to choose from depending on what suits your family, or try them both if you span a range of ages.
The trail will continue after the half term through the summer so you can either choose to be one of the first to have a go or save it for another visit.
Sow a seed
Tuesday 31 May
Drop in between 11.30am - 12.30pm and 1.30 - 2.30pm to first make a paper pot, fill with compost created from Beningbrough's garden waste and sow a sunflower to take home and grow on.
Outdoor story telling
Wednesday 1 June (plus Bank Holiday Monday 29 August)
Let Stories Alive lead you and your imagination on a rather unique story and tale, just for Beningbrough...and you of course.
Drop in for sessions throughout the day, 10.30am - 4pm. If it's busy on one, you might need to return for the next so everybody can have a wonderful experience.
Tick off more of the essential play list...
Any day, every day
Head over to the wilderness play area and find your favourites or spend time in the den zone. Clamber on the stack, choose from one of the swings - the pendulum is perfect for older children.
The youngest family members haven't been left out with tunnels, balance beams, new smaller clamber stack and a Wendy house to get their imagination going.
Plan the rest of your family adventure...
Or plan ahead to summer...
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