Spooktacular fun this half term at Thrybergh Country Park

Thrybergh Country Park for our Halloween Discovery Day on the 26th of october

If you are looking for something to entertain the family this half-term, then join us on Thursday 26 October at Thrybergh Country Park for our Halloween Discovery Day.

The event runs from 4pm until 7pm, with free autumnal activities including bird feeder making, creepy crafts and a spooky walk through the park at 6pm.

Learn about nature, the park, its inhabitants and discover how you can get involved.

The park can be accessed by bus route X78 and there is all day parking for £2.50. Join us if you dare for this devilish experience, it promises to be spooktacular!

Please note, activities are available from 4pm subject to demand and availability of supplies. For the spooky walk, it is essential that you bring your own torch. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian to participate.

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Published: 18th October 2023