Details from the venue: A farm with a difference Bodafon Farm Park in Llandudno. This is a farm where the animals meet the sea, and the fields roll right to the North Wales coast. The usual farm residents live alongside more unusual creatures like llamas, owls and red deer. It is open 10am-6pm daily. It […]
There are plenty of city farms over the UK, where you can spend time meeting baby lambs, chicks and lots more baby animals – without it costing you a penny. Most of these farms run with volunteers and there are several activities which they hold throughout the summer and throughout the year. One of our […]
Woodland walks and cycle rides in Cannock Chase Forest, Staffordshire. You can even find a “fairy tree” on the Route To Health Sculpture Trail. forestry.gov.uk/birchesvalley. Entry is free into the forest but parking charges apply. Up to 1 hour – £2 Up to 2 hours – £4 All Day – £6 Minibuses – £8 […]
Overview: Healeys Cyder Farm is a very popular well known, POI in Cornwall. As well as being one of the most popular, largest alcoholic beverage suppliers too – of the famous “Rattler” Cyder, along with many many other home-grown and home-made delights! Situated just minutes from the A30, Healeys welcomes you with ample parking, lots […]
There are plenty of free castle around England and wales that can be explored for free. One great one is Maiden Castle near Dorchester in Dorset is an enormous Iron Age hill fort with ditches and ramparts galore. If you take the steep(ish) climb to the top, you’ll be rewarded with magnificent views. Further details […]
This takes place across the country on 7th August 2019. Children and families have the chance to play at hundreds of community events, from mass adventures in woodlands to street parties with games. Find your nearest ones at playday.org.uk .
Occombe Farm is a working farm in South Devon that is open to the public. There’s no charge to come and visit and parking is free. You can wander around the farm and explore our fantastic 2km nature trail, bustling with wildlife and beautiful views of the surrounding woodland. There is a Café on site […]
Step back into Robin Hood times, Sherwood Forest Event: Sherwood Forest hosts the Robin Hood Festival from August 5 -11, featuring archery, storytelling, medieval music and traditional food. Camp out in front of the Major Oak to see Robin Hood and his Merry Men escape from the evil Sheriff. www.visitsherwood.co.uk It is FREE to enter […]
There are many free access stately homes or at least you can explore around the grounds and marvel at the outside architecture (this avoids the potential of breakage). One of our favourites is Lydiard Park estate in West Swindon (just off junction 16 M4). Other recommendations include Newarke Houses Museum in Leicester which are two […]
You can take Birmingham’s Tolkien Trail and see the places and people who inspired Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit. Maps available from tourist information centres and attractions. Find out more at visitbirmingham.com There is a great PDF file which you can download with all the relevant information.
Details from the venue: The museum is FREE entry (although donations are welcome). The museum has lots of lovely child-friendly sections throughout that are fun and interactive. For example: There’s a model railway area where children can press the button to make the trains move, interactive feely boxes, a hook a duck area upstairs where […]
Overview: This can be a great free day out. For example, explore at , where there are more than 4,800 acres of parkland, woodlands and forest trails to which has a thousand years of Royal history. Open daily. windsorgreatpark.co.uk All the payable sections of the park offer free carer passes.