Sewerby Squirrels sessions will go with a bang throughout November at the Orangery at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.
The sessions – held for under 5s and their grown-ups on Mondays during term time (from 10-11.30am) – are based on seasonal events, Edwardian life and Sewerby Hall exhibits. They all include books to read, a sensory area and a quiet corner – plus themed activities.
First up, on Monday, 4 November, is the Edwardian Tea Party, where there is the chance to share role-play tea, coffees, cakes, biscuits and fruit with friends.
An Amy Johnson-themed Craft session will take place on Monday, 11 November, where participants can come and make a feathery bird to take home!
On Monday, 18 November there is Beach Explorers – a chance to enjoy sand play, beach-themed toys, and dressing up.
The last session on Monday, 25 November will be Edwardian Cleaning. Visitors can use a Dolly Tub, beat a carpet, polish brass, and play with bubbles (weather dependent).
Each session is £2 per child (aged three years and older, including one adult) however under 3s go free. Annual pass holders for Sewerby Hall and Gardens can attend for free. Admission counters (including counters required for under 3s) are available from the Welcome Centre on the day, and payment can be taken on collection where applicable.
For full details of the Sewerby Squirrels, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk
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