Events & Volunteer Days
Easter Sunday - Childrens Bunny Hunt - 17th April
Our Easter Sunday Children’s Bunny Hunt is back. We will be open from 12 Noon to 4.00 pm for
visitors to walk the grounds and for children to take part in our Bunny Hunt. Places for the hunt are
limited to 200 and each child taking part will receive an Easter Egg on passing in their Hunt sheet.
Admission to this event is £2 for Adults, children under 16 enter free but there is a charge of £1.50 for the
Hunt. We will be operating our normal catering and there will be some stalls in the grounds. Please
note: This is a Cash Only event and Dogs are not permitted at this event due to the number of
children at this event. Booking is not necessary
Bank Hall Merchandise Shop
Brica brac Stall
Woodlands Animal Sanctuary
There is now a working group attending on 1 day each week. Monthly Sunday sessions have not yet recommenced. See our Volunteers page for more information.
Notes for Visitors
Admission Charges – These may vary depending on the event and will be advised within the detail of the event when announced.
Dogs – Dogs are now permitted on our site at most of our Open Days. Specifically excluded are the Easter Sunday Event and any Theatre Events. Otherwise please see event details above and our event literature. This decision is subject to a specific Management Plan and also a Code of Conduct. Please follow the link to the Code of Conduct and please note that Dog Leads that extend will not be permitted (Short leads are available at the entrance). Code of Conduct Assistance dogs will still be permitted at all open days.
Disabled Visitors - Due to the nature of the site, there is limited access for wheelchair users. The pathways are uneven and may be slippery at times. There is a discretionary concession for disabled visitors in Wheelchairs.
Children and young persons under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or a responsible Adult at our Open Days, Events & Volunteer Days.
Please note that there are now restrictions on parking on Carriageway Drive which should be observed.