What does your dream tree look like?

Dream Tree by Abigail, aged 5

With the Great Big Tree Climbing Company coming to Discovery Day at Quarry Bank on Sunday 26 June, we have been inspired by their big ideas and would like you to create your very own dream tree.

If you could create your very own tree, what would it look like? How would you climb it, what colour is it, and what lives in it? Perhaps it has a lift, or a slide down to the ground!
 
We have already had some brilliant examples, and in the run up to Discovery Day we will be sharing them on social media, and we would love to see yours too.
 
Download our template from the link. Post on Facebook, or tag us on Twitter at @QuarryBankNT
 
For more information on Discovery Day please click here.
 
Get Designing! 

Upcoming events

Explore the Outdoors

Wed 24 Jan 2018
10:30-16:00
Head outside and discover all the wonderful wildlife and amazing family adventures you can have in the gardens and woodland at Quarry Bank.

February half-term - Welly Walks

Mon 19 Feb 2018
11:00-11:30
Get your wellies on and take a walk on the wild side this February half-term. Explore the gardens and woodland at Quarry Bank with an interactive, exciting and wild walk for all the family.

Have-a-go: Nature Explorers

Sat 24 Feb 2018
13:00-15:00
Every month you can have a go at a wild outdoor activity at Quarry Bank. From pond-dipping to wild art, there's always a new adventure to enjoy.

Lost Voices

Sat 03 Mar 2018
10:30-16:00
Lost Voices explores the experiences of women whose stories were not heard, and which are often lost to us today because of their age, status or means. Installations across Quarry Bank will bring their voices to life.

Lost Voices Launch Event

Sat 03 Mar 2018
11:00-16:00
Explore the lost voices of Quarry Bank's women with a special tour, an opportunity to meet our writer-in-residence and a special performance from AbouTime Dance Company.

Lost Voices Launch Event - Talk and tea with Dr Ruth Colton

Sat 03 Mar 2018
13:00-15:00
Dr Ruth Colton from the University of Manchester will be hosting a talk with tea and cake, exploring the themes of Lost Voices and how they relate to women's experiences today.