Autumn 50 things to do before you're 11 3/4 at Sudbury Hall
Didn't manage to tick off all your 50 things activities over the summer? Or maybe you've only just started! Here at Sudbury we've got plenty of opportunities to make some 50 things progress. Explore the outdoors, learn new skills and push yourself to try something new.
Pick up a copy of our 50 things to do before you’re 11 ¾ booklet from visitor reception and see how many activities you can tick off.
Whether it’s at Sudbury or in your own back garden, there’s plenty of inspiration on the 50 things list. We've put together a bit of a list of some of the best ones to do here at Sudbury!
Number 6) Run around in the rain - As we head into the autumn this one shouldn't be an issue, you can always rely on the great British weather to lend us a shower. But instead of running for cover, embrace it! Carry on regardless, run around or do a little dance and just have fun!
Number 10) Play Conkers - Firstly you'll need to use your hunting skills to spot a horse chestnut tree, then choose your biggest and best conker and challenge someone to a duel. If you're with a group of people you can even start up a tournament and see which conker can last the longest!
Number 18) Create some wild art - If you're lucky enough to drop in on a day when we're doing some wild art activites then you can get stuck right in! If not why not try collecting some bits and bobs like interesting shaped leaves or twigs that you can take home to turn into a masterpiece?
Number 25) Make a grass trumpet - If you've never tried this before it's guaranteed to make you giggle and all you need is, you've guessed it, a blade of grass! Find a nice wide blade of grass and hold it between your thumbs gripping the grass with the top and bottom of your thumbs. Blow into the gap between your thumbs, so the air flows over the grass. You should hear a whistling sound. If you don't hear anything, move the blade of grass a little, and try again!
Number 33) Catch a falling leaf - Obviously autumn is THE time of year for this one and here at Sudbury we're not short on trees to choose from. Why not try and see how many differnt types you can collect and see the differences in size and shape? Can you identify what types of trees they are from?
If you're visiting other National Trust properties make sure you check out the 50 things full activity list to see what else you can do.