Children's Events

We regularly hold children’s events throughout the year to coincide with most of the school holidays.

All tickets can be purchased at the tills or by phone on 01245 320314. Tickets do sell quickly, so the early bird catches the worm!

Here are just some of the events that will be taking place in 2018:



Easter Half Term 


Tuesday 3rd April from 3pm-5pm Mad Hatters Tea Party 


£15.00 for adults and £7.50 for children

Step into the surreal world of the Mad Hatter. Meet Alice, Tweedle-Dum and Tweedle-Dee, the Mad March Hare and the Mad Hatter himself as you enjoy an afternoon tea fit for a Queen!  Eat me?  Drink me?  What could be curiouser?

SOLD OUT











Summer Holidays

Little Gardener's Club

Little Gardener's Club returns for the summer holidays!  An action-packed hour of gardening and conservation fun!

August, Date to be set -  Bugs & Birds, Plus Make A Cress-Head 

August - Date to be set - Make a Miniature Garden & Minibeast Mayhem

August - Date to be set -  Make a Miniature Garden & Minibeast Mayhem

Tickets will be released for all dates on Friday 7th July. 

Tickets are £9.99 each and are available to purchase from the tills or by calling 01245 320314 (option 3).  Pre-booking is essential.  Minimum age 3 yrs.  Spaces are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.  The classes run for approximately one hour, but may overrun if too much fun is being had!





December

Breakfast Workshop with the Elves

Sunday 2nd December from 9am-10.15am 

Sunday 9th  December from 9am-10.15am 

Sunday 16th December from 9am-10.15am 

Sunday 23rd December from 9am-10.15am


£12.99 per ticket, including a children's breakfast of waffles or sausages in buns, plus make a real fir table centre, decorate elf boots, enjoy a tasty shockokuss, play the naughty and nice list game and meet St Nicholas and his Elves.

TICKETS GO ON SALE FRIDAY 5TH OCTOBER at 9am.

Go on a magical journey with the Elves and St Nicholas in our German Market inspired workshop.  Here you'll learn how to make a real fir table -centre for Christmas, make and decorate special elf boots for St Nicholas to fill with chocolate and listen to the story of St Nicholas. When St Nick comes to say hello, we'll learn who made the nice list and then enjoy a lovely breakfast of sausage hot-dogs or hand-made waffles topped with treats or an afternoon light tea of the same.  All led by the mischevious Meadow Croft Elves.