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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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Time to trash auto and get creative!

Beginners Photography Courses

Learn the basics of Digital Photography with local professional photographer Scarlett Shellis. Our photography workshop for beginners will have you shooting in manual in just one day! Time to trash auto and get creative with how you use your camera. On this workshop you will learn how to manually set your camera to manipulate aperture, shutter speed and ISO to capture amazing images.

Saturday 9th July 10.30am - 4pm
Saturday 10th September 10.30am - 4pm
Saturday 8th October 10.30am - 4pm

£89.50 includes a one day workshop, with 1:1 tuition time, lunch and drinks. 

Bring their own camera or hire one for the day for just £15.

Please book in advance as there will be a maximum of 6 adults per session. Book now on 01299 861368 or email info@arleyarboretum.co.uk

Our courses also make a perfect gift - Gift vouchers available.

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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

 

"Amazing!"

"We visited Arley Arboretum whilst staying in the area and are very glad we did. We started at the Italian garden which was just lovely with the fountain, beautiful flowers and plenty of seats to sit and enjoy the views in the glorious sunshine. There are lots of areas to just wander at leisure looking and marvelling at the huge old trees which tower majestically above the ground, they're all so colourful too. You must have a go at the maze, we did and obviously went down many dead ends before eventually finding the centrepiece, and then finding our way out. Good fun for a couple of oldies but I'm sure children love it too, we laughed a lot! The walks are to die for with spectacular views across the valley and we caught site of the Severn Valley railway. We visited the tea room which serves lovely cake and light meals. We also bought a couple of plants. We stayed wandering and admiring for three hours, there's so much to see, money well spent. Would certainly visit again!"

cymraes191267 Visited May 2016

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18/5/2016