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Mini Adventurers Club!

Our Mini Adventurers Club is designed for parents/carers with preschool children to come and spend time outdoors learning & exploring! We have loads of fun activities every week including Arts & Crafts, Mud Kitchen, Mini Beast Hunts, Pond Dipping, Camp Fire Cooking, Campfire Songs, Story Telling and More!

Every Thursday 11.00-12.00 during term time. 

£4.00 per session per child

Booking is essentialPlease book early as places are limited 

To book please call 01299 861368 or email info@arleyarboretum.co.uk

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Kids Go FREE* Monday 30th May - Friday 3rd June

Half-Term Circus Week!

This half-term we’re going Circus Crazy with a themed trail, games, competitions, workshops, performers and more!

KIDS GO FREE* every day during Circus Week Monday 30th May - Friday 3rd June.

A circus performer will be entertaining everyone throughout the Arboretum, walking on stilts, riding his unicycle, juggling and even performing diabolo tricks! On Wednesday we will have a Face Painter here all day (Facepainting subject to additional charges)

Our Forestry Adventure Club is back on 1st, 2nd and 3rd June - Enjoy Bug Hunts, Campfire Stories & Songs, Cooking, Crafts and more! 

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Make his day this Father’s Day…

Sunday 19th June 2016

 

Free Bacon Buttie for every Dad who visits on Father’s Day with their son or daughter, big or small… The Vikings will be here all weekend too!

 

 

Mini Adventurers Club (Under 5’s)

Every Thursday during School Term Time!

11.00am-12.00pm

 

Our Mini Adventurers Club is designed for parents/carers with preschool children to come and spend time outdoors learning & exploring!

 

£4.00 per session per child

 

"Nice way to spend a sunny afternoon"

"Spending a sunny afternoon walking around an arboretum with the Mrs and the dog followed by tea and cake. A lot of people were there with small children - plenty of space to run around and a playground as well. The walled gardens are lovely and the variety of trees and planting around the arboretum means there is always something in bloom, obviously a visit to an arboretum is heavily dependent on the weather and the season. The setting as you overlook the river with the steam railway tooting in the distance is really stunning. The cafe is pleasant and our tea and cake was nice and seemed a reasonable price..."

 

mretw visited May 2016

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