The school holidays are‚ already on the way and to help you out, we’ve put together a list of some of the best things to do in Cheshire during February half term.
What’s on in Cheshire during February?
Nature craft at Beeston Castle:‚ If you’re looking for hands-on family fun, enjoy craft activities in the stunning setting of Beeston Castle. Plus, the huge park becomes a playground as the children experiment with building their own dens among the woodland. Taking place between 10.30am and 3.30pm on Monday 15th and Friday 19th February, visit the website to find out more.
WayWord 2016:‚ The hugely popular WayWord Festival has returned for 2016 and this year the theme is adventure!‚ Between 13th -19th February 2016, there will be a fantastic variety of events held for children including appearances from authors, coders, illustrators, scientists and musicans. Ranging from a drop in storytelling event to workshops in beatboxing and writing, you’ll be sure to find an event‚ that every child will love.
Build a bird a home:‚ Coming soon!‚ Join the Zoo Ranger team at Chester‚ Zoo to discover more about British birds. If you have a regular visitor to your garden, now is your chance to find out more! You can even build your own birdbox to take home with you. Suitable for ages 7 and older, this activity will be available to book soon on the Chester Zoo website.
Are you staying at Carden Park over the half term holiday? Take a look at our half term fun activities blog for some ideas of great things you can do on-site.