May half term fun at Hanbury Hall - The Droitwich Standard

May half term fun at Hanbury Hall

Droitwich Editorial 24th May, 2024   0

WORCESTSHIRE’S National Trust is welcoming visitors this May Half term, writes Aimee Morley.

Hanbury Hall are offering a nature trail, storytelling, activities inside the Hall, and walks in the great outdoors.

From May 25 till June 2 the public can explore the gardens for £2 per trail with the Flora, Fauna & Folklore Trail which runs every day.

You can pick up a trail booklet and pencil from reception and complete nature-inspired activities as you discover the wonderful flora and fauna that live at Hanbury Hall.

Find all the animal footprints, spot the beautiful flowers growing in the garden, and complete the animal word search.

Entry for National Trust members is free.

Local author Ruth Goddard will be in the second-hand bookshop for a series of storytelling sessions on Saturday 25, Sunday 26, and Wednesday 29 May, and Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 June.

You can Hear Ruth read her book ‘Blossom and the Bees’ and other children’s stories as you relax on bean bags in the courtyard next to the second-hand bookshop. Ruth’s books will also be available to purchase, along with a whole range of pre-loved books on sale in the bookshop.

Visitors can enjoy late spring throughout the gardens, from dazzling delphiniums to pretty peonies. Attendees can find a sunny spot on the lawn to relax over a picnic with family and friends. They can also explore the historic parkland on a walk and admire the beautiful Worcestershire countryside.

After exploring the outdoors, refuel in the Courtyard Kitchen restaurant or dog-friendly Stables Café with a range of tasty meals, kid’s meals, ice creams, and hot and cold drinks.

Visit for more information.

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