Burton Constable Hall & Grounds – February Half-Term Activities (21st – 27th February)

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Burton Constable Hall & Grounds have a fabulous February Half-Term planned full of activities for the entire family!

We’re encouraging you to step back into nature with the Little Explorers Trail. Take a trip around the stunning parkland and hunt down the activities on the interpretation panels. Scan the QR codes for educational information, download the app to uncover more of our history and complete the challenges on your activity sheet.

On top of all that we there’s plenty more to get involved with including Critter Crafts and Story Telling (free with Grounds admission), Have-A-Go-Archery with the Burton Constable Bowmen and Burton’s Cucina – make, bake & takeaway pizza with the Beverley Pizza Company.

That’s not all because on the final weekend we have the return of our resident poet for a one-off workshop entitled ‘Snowdrops & Statues’ and we are also welcoming motorsport fanatics for the spectacular East Riding Stages Rally where you’ll be right on the edge of all the action!

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