There will be craft and conservation charity stalls, vintage tractors, classic cars, a real ale bar, pond dipping and minibeast hunts for children, wild flower walks, wild food foraging, Chelmarsh Owl Sanctuary, hay bale throwing contest, have a go textile crafts and much more.
The event will run from 11 am until 4 pm and will showcase the wild flower meadows at the park which will be in full bloom –bring your camera!
Entry to the event is free but there may be a small charge for some activities. Parking at the country park is £1 for two hours or £2.20 for all day.
The Visitor Centre and Coffee Shop will be open serving drinks, lunches and homemade cakes from 11 am – 5 pm.
On the evening from 7.30 pm local folk band Whalebone and local poet Kate Innes will be in concert in the visitor centre. Tickets are £10 adults and £6 children these can be purchased in advance (tickets very limited) by calling 01746 781192.
Join a drop-in tile decorating workshop between 10am and 2.30pm and try the tube lining technique to produce your own...
This annual walk-round favourite, with the build up to the festive period we at Tanners look forward to once greeting...
We have teamed up with Tablet Academy to bring you 'Lego Tech for Families'. Be amongst the first people to bring...
This event will be a unique experience for both trader and customer as we team up with critically acclaimed...
The long-running Gorgeous contemporary designer craft fair returns to Enginuity at...
Shropshire Hills Discovery Centre in Craven Arms is set to launch a brand new mass...
A farm shop near Bridgnorth has just installed possibly the tallest Christmas tree in...
Christmastime in Shrewsbury is a magical time of year. The city comes alive with artistic...
This is the official tourism and visitor website for Shrewsbury provided by Shropshire Tourism, the official destination marketing organisation for Shropshire - read more