The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter was first published by Frederick Warne & Co. (now part of Penguin Random House UK) in 1902. The World of Peter Rabbit™ will be celebrating 120 years of mischief throughout 2022. In celebration of the anniversary, Frederick Warne & Co. are pleased to present “The World of Peter Rabbit™ Storytime Trail” a walkthrough experience where visitors will be able to immerse themselves in The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Little bunnies will be…Find out more »
Come and enjoy a tour of Kirkleatham Walled Garden with Head Gardener Yvonne. This tour will focus on the Healing & Hospitality Garden. During this 1 hour sensory tour, you will get to experience the garden in a new way. This is the perfect opportunity to get out of the house and enjoy a winter walk around the garden whilst learning more about the wide variety of plants and flowers. General Admission applies. To register interest please email email@example.comFind out more »
Have you the patience to create these animal shaped pompom decorations? Activity requires a garden admission ticket.Find out more »
Need to know what you’ve planted or whose plants are there? Come along to paint your own special marker. Activity requires a garden admission ticket.Find out more »
Spring is here! Time to get planting. Come and make a little seedling pot using old newspapers. Activity requires a garden admission ticket.Find out more »
The 9th Guisborough Charity Beer Festival takes place on Friday 22nd and Saturday 23rd April in St Nicholas Parish Hall in Bow Street. Tickets include a free commemorative glass and a detailed programme, are available from Guisborough Bookshop in Chaloner Street. CAMRA members get a £1 discount, payable on entry to the festival. After a 3-year break because of Covid, this year’s Guisborough Beer Festival promises to be the best ever. There is a great range of beers from across…Find out more »
Oakley's Castles are running a free entry family fun day event for the community. Loads of activities will be going on, such as: Bouncy castles Toddler rides Hook a duck Burger vans Fire engine Live music, acts and dancers Arts and crafts activities Selling stalls And much more! Money is also being raised for local charity MIND - Redcar and Cleveland via a raffle, selling programmes and tombola.Find out more »
With Francine Marshall, Heritage Activities Officer, Kirkleatham. Please note that normal garden admission applies.Find out more »
These are 2 hour weekly sessions which are suitable for beginners. All equipment is included in the price. You can book through firstname.lastname@example.org or you can come along and pay on the day.Find out more »
Want to know more about Kirkleatham? Join us on a Heritage Talk and Tour on Sunday 22nd May at 2pm. Please meet at Kirkleatham Museum. This guided tour explores the history of the estate and the key features of the village. This is part of a wider programme of history walks and is an excellent starting point for discovering more about this fascinating location. With Stewart Ramsdale of Tees Heritage TrustFind out more »
Join Saltburn Library to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee. Kids crafts, Food and Refreshments, Jubilee Themed Quiz with live music performance from Murphy's Gramophone and special guest Mayor Stuart Smith.Find out more »
A 2 hour session where all equipment is included. This is an ideal opportunity to give it a try and you never know it could be something you would like to take part in on a regular basis. You can book through email@example.com or just come along and pay on the day. Suitable for beginners.Find out more »
Are you are looking for a half term activity right on your doorstep? Look no further, come along to Flatts Lane Woodland Country Park and introduce your child to ‘Tai Chi for kids’ Ages 7-11yrs only. Learn the movements of he magical, Tai Chi animals! An introduction to balance and movement. Tai Chi has been known to increase self esteem and self confidence, improve balance, co-ordination and mental focus. Half an hour of Tai Chi can be the equivalent of…Find out more »
An afternoon of racing and entertainment on Zetland Gold Cup Family Day, the first day of HM the Queen's Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend.Find out more »
Folks and families – you’re invited to a royal fun filled day to remember - a Jubilee celebration in Zetland Park! Everything is free across the day – just drop in. For this outdoor family extravaganza, we’ve got a day of live music, storytelling, performance, creative activities, foodie pop ups and community celebration for The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee 2022. This Platinum Jubilee celebration is a day fit for a Queen – bring your picnics, just drop in and we will…Find out more »
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