Youngsters aged 5-12 are being encouraged to don their wellies and waterproofs and explore the stunning grounds of Hannahs at Seale-Hayne as it launches its new childrens club for half term.
Hannahs Adventurers Club will run from Monday 17 to Friday 21 February, from 10am until 12pm with a different activity every day including archery, gardening, art sessions, meet and look after the animals and music. Those attending will become members of the club and can attend one session or all five if they wish.
Each session will cost just £3 and adults will be able to take advantage of coffee and cake in the Bistro for a reduced price of £3.95.
Sessions throughout the week will be as follows:
• Monday –Music
• Tuesday – Gardening – sowing and harvesting in Hannahs Potager Garden
• Wednesday – Outdoor Pursuits in Camp Mawazo – including laser combat, archery, bread making, pizza making, push-along scooters and frisbee skills
• Thursday – Hannahs Farm – feeding animals, grooming ponies, handling small pets, walking goats!
• Friday – Art
And if that wasn’t enough…from Saturday 22 February Hannahs Adventurers Club will take place every Saturday and Sunday throughout the year. On Saturdays there will be outdoor activities at Camp Mawazo and on Sundays club members will be able to help on Hananhs Farm.
Bronwen Hewitt, Chief Executive for Hannahs at Seale-Hayne, said: “We wanted to introduce a regular programme of outdoor activities so local parents get to know that there is always something available every weekend and then half term holidays between 10am and 12pm at Seale-Hayne. As a charity we support children, young people and adults with disabilities so these sessions are of course available to everyone and will give young people of all abilities the opportunity to get out and about, have fun and make new friends.”
Booking for all activities is required as numbers are limited. For more information and to book your place call 01626 325822.