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Sewerby Hall and Gardens Spring Spectacular

Sewerby Hall and Gardens has an exciting week lined up to keep the family busy over the bank holiday weekend and half term.

Book online now and get a discount on entry during the Spring Spectacular (25th May- 2nd June), a packed schedule of activities and entertainment including interactive adventures with Rusticus, animal antics and zoo craft activities, magic shows and more.

There’s something for everyone each day, with Rusticus bringing a chance to find out why classic animal baddies from Aesop’s Fables and the Brothers Grimm are a lot cuddlier than they seem in Fairy Tails! (25 May and 1 June), the hunt for a legendary treasure in Viking! (27 May), Arthurian adventures in Knights of the Round Table! (28 May) and the search for the most famous of all the fairies in Thumbelina! (30 May).

Plus Magic Shows, Giant Bubble Display and Face Painting (29 May) – Mr Bubbles’ new comedy magic show, packed full of fun and laughter

Enjoy zoo activities throughout the week including the chance to find out about Humboldt Penguins and make a penguin hat, meet llamas, donkeys or goats and make a fat ball to feed the birds in your garden

Get back to nature with Wildcats, exploring minibeasts and making four-wheeled vehicles with woodland treasures.

All activities excluding face painting included in standard admission charges. Find out more and book online now at www.sewerbyhall.co.uk/whats-on/spring-spectacular

Half term excitement at Bridlington Spa

Let your hair down and get the bank holiday weekend off to a magical start with Rapunzel (Saturday 25 May, 2.30pm), a vibrant take on a classic and much-loved fairytale packed with songs, dance routines and jokes a-plenty.

There’s even the chance to meet the characters after the show.

Then on Bank Holiday Monday (May 27, 2pm), go aboard the Jolly Roger for a swashbuckling pantomime adventure like you’ve never seen before.

Get ready to cheer for your favourite heroes, boo the dastardly villains, and sing along to catchy tunes that will have you tapping your feet in Treasure Island.

As if that weren’t enough to get the blood pumping, later that day (May 27, 7pm) the stars of Megaslam Wrestling are back at the Spa.

Boo! Cheer! Europe’s number one wrestling promoters return for more action-packed, death-defying family entertainment.

For the kids keen to take centre stage themselves, the Roller Disco (Tuesday 28 May, 4.30pm and 6pm) offer the chance to get your skates on and let the good times roll.

Funky high-quality multi coloured skates, lots of great music, disco lights, smoke machine and refreshments.

With a chill-out area it’s great fun for all ages. Skate hire is included or you can bring your own, subject to suitability on the Royal Hall floor.

Don’t miss out, book now, numbers are strictly limited. For more information and to book tickets visit www.bridpsa.com/whats-on.

Georgian Day at Beverley Guildhall

On Saturday 1st June, from 10am to 4pm, experience the fun, family-friendly Georgian Day at Beverley Guildhall.

From light-hearted performances to face painting and children’s activities, there is something for all the family.

Come along and meet costumed characters who will bring to life the crime and punishment past of Beverley Guildhall and hear about what life was like in Georgian times.

Enjoy a performance from the region’s very own Regency Dancers who will be around throughout the day, and why not have a go yourself?

Whilst visiting the Guildhall, why not take a look around the Through the Eyes of a Georgian Gentleman to discover the fascinating life and times of John Courtney, a gentleman of Beverley, through his revealing diaries.

This is a free event. For more information visit www.eastridingmuesums.co.uk/whats-on.

Elmer the Elephant fun at East Riding Libraries

Come along and celebrate everybody’s favourite elephant this half term! Make colourful Elmer-shaped sun-catchers that will brighten up any room and there is Elmer-themed Lego Art sessions,

Storytimes and Bounce & Rhymes are going on in the libraries. To find out where to join in the fun and for more activities taking place this half term visit www.eastridinglibraries.co.uk/schoolsout.

Kids Go Wild: Spring Dreamcatchers

Head off on a spring adventure around the woods and meadows of the country park on Thursday 30 May.

How many signs of spring can you find? Forage for plenty of natural materials and make a woven willow dreamcatcher to take home.

Capture your dreams for a brilliant summer ahead. Suitable for children and families who enjoy an outdoor adventure.

Meet in the meadows of the Humber Bridge Country Park, Local Nature Reserve. Enter at the Hessle Foreshore entrance (by the black mill) and follow the signs to the main meadow. HU13 0HB. What3Words: orchestra.trip.types

When? 10am, 11am, 1pm, 2pm – book on to one start time

How much? Children £2.50, accompanying adults free.

For more information and to book visit eryc.link/Spring-Dreamcatchers

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