Enter the world of Bees! Holiday event for accompanied children

02 Aug 201710am - 12.00pm£8 per child (members £6), adults free.
Wandlebury Country ParkChildren's eventEducation and learningFamilyNatureSchool holidays

Bee related activities for children age 7 to 11:

Enter the world of bees! Find out about the honey bees working in our observation beehive,  look for wild nests in trees, make a wooden home for solitary bees to take home with you and make model bees from natural materials.

Booking essential. Children must remain accompanied by an adult at all times, but that’s a bonus as the event is free for accompanying adults!

Extend the day by bringing a picnic to enjoy in the park afterwards.

Why not join CambridgePPF and make the most of membership over the summer? Not only will you be able to park at Wandlebury free of charge all year round and receive discounted fees at some of our events, but you can also take advantage of our current promotion to receive free tickets to Shepreth Wildlife Park! Best of all you will be supporting a local charity, thereby helping us to preserve and look after Wandlebury Park.


crop Wandlebury CP -beekeeping display 2004



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