Sewerby Hall Has Plenty Of Activities For The Family This Half Term

Sewerby Hall Has Plenty Of Activities For The Family This Half Term
Sewerby Hall Has Plenty Of Activities For The Family This Half Term

Sewerby Hall and Gardens has an exciting week-long programme of events for all the family planned for the half term holiday.

Between Sunday 27 May and Sunday 3 June visitors to the site will be able to take part in various educational and fun-filled activities.

They include three different Rusticus Theatre Arts’ events entitled Greek Storyteller, Robin Hood and Musical Mayhem.

There will be paper aeroplane making sessions supported by the site volunteers dressed in period costumes.

There will also be a Magic Day comprising of balloon modelling, magic shows, face-painting and donkey rides (priced £2 each).

There will also be classic family games and an art wall session provided by the council’s Sport, Play and Arts team.

There will be three Orangery and a week-long Amy Johnson trail inside Sewerby Hall.

The full events for half term are as follows:

• Sunday 27 May – Orangery concert by Hunmanby Silver Band, 2pm
• Monday 28 May – Rusticus Encounter with Greek Storyteller, 11.30am, 1pm and 2.30pm
• Tuesday 29 May – Walking to Health, 10am – Rusticus Storytime: Robin Hood, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm
• Wednesday 30 May – Magic Day and face-painting, 11am-4pm – Amy Johnson Activities, 11am-3pm – Volunteers in period costumes, 11am-3pm – Donkey rides, 11am-4pm
• Thursday 31 May – Rusticus Adventure: Musical Mayhem, 11.30am, 1pm, 2.30pm – Orangery concert by Take Two (guitar and vocal duo), 2pm
• Friday 1 June – Amy Johnson Activities, 11am-3pm – Volunteers in period costumes, 11am-3pm – Family classic games, noon-3pm – Art wall session, noon-3pm
• Sunday 3 June – Orangery concert with Priory Park Singers, 2pm
• Monday 28 May-Sunday 3 June – Amy Johnson Trail inside Sewerby Hall

Admission charges start at £8 for adults, £5.90 for children and £26 for a family (two adults and two children). There are no additional charges to attend events and activities, except the donkey rides, which are £2. Excellent value annual passes are also available starting from £13 and can be purchased or renewed online or at any pay box.

The Clock Tower Cafe serves hot and cold drinks, snacks and light refreshments. In the Stables , we have a range of gifts to suit all purses and ice creams are available from the gift shop and the Ice Cream Parlour in the courtyard.

The Foreshores Land Train will be running along both the north and south promenades between 10.30am and 4.30pm with trips starting from as little as £1.50 per person.



More From HU17.net

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *