Come rain or shine, there’s plenty to see and do at Attingham, the National Trust property on the outskirts of Shrewsbury, this half term from Saturday 16 to Sunday 24 February.
Families can take the opportunity to explore the park as it begins to wake up for spring, have fun making a lantern at workshops at Attingham or in Shrewsbury as part of the
The Mansion at Attingham reopens on Saturday 16
Rebekah Ingham, Events and Programming Officer, said:
“Half term at Attingham is all about spotting the signs of
The Wild Craftist Ben Mayho will be at Attingham on Tuesday 19 and Thursday 21 February with Willow Lantern Making Workshops. Pre-book your place to make one each, or together as a family at sessions during each day. It costs £8 per willow lantern and all the equipment is provided. To book your place to make a willow lantern visit www.wildlifesurvivalschool.nutickets.com (booking fee applies).
On Wednesday 20 February the team will be holding ‘Get Geocaching’ and families will be able to hire a device and become intrepid explorers as they hunt out some of Attingham’s geocaches. There is a hire charge of £4 per device (for a time period), and pre-booking in advance is essential as devices are limited, via www.nationaltrust.org.uk/attingham-park/whats-on or by calling 03442 491895.
Attingham’s Lantern Lit procession will take place at
For more information about what’s on at Attingham over the half term, head over to the website www.nationaltrust.org.uk/attingham-park