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DEEP EXPERIENCE Commences: Tuesday, September 19, 2017, and ends Monday, Dec 31, 2018 - HU1 4DP

A 1:1 experience with a differenceThe Deep 1 to 1 Experience is a morning with a difference for those with a love of the marine world. Get hands on and help The Deep crew with a series of day to day activities as well as seeing behind the scenes. Experience days are ideal for youngsters with a passion for the marine world or those looking at getting into a Marine Biology career, but are also perfect for adults with an interest in aquaria. The Deep Experience is suitable for participants aged 8 and above. Exact details are dependent on participant age. Selected dates only, please call 01482 381000 for more information.

For futher information please contact: www.thedeep.co.uk/deep-experiences/11-experience

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"Yucky You" Show at The Look out Discovery Centre Commences: Saturday, January 20, 2018, and ends Sunday, Apr 29, 2018 - RG12 7QW

20th January - 29th April 2018Ever wanted to know why mucus is SNOT a bad thing? Learn the answer to this, and lots of other disgusting facts about bodily functions in our entertaining, interactive live science show! Suitable for children who are happy to sit still for 30 minutes. Show times are at 11am, 12 noon, 2pm and 3.15pm, subject to minimum numbers. Shows run at weekends and Bracknell school holidays. Show tickets are £1.95 per person in addition to the main entrance price to the hands-on science and nature exhibition. Tickets can be purchased from reception on the day. Please visit our website for current prices. https://www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/leisure-services/look-out/shows

For futher information please contact: 01344 354400

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Kentwell Hall's Gardens & Grounds Spring Awakening Commences: Saturday, February 24, 2018, and ends Sunday, Feb 25, 2018 - CO10 9BA

24th - 25th February 2018Life is coming back to the gardens with Snowdrops & Winter Aconites starting to carpet the woodlands, whilst Mahonia, Sarcocca and Hellebores are giving off their Winter scents. Kentwell Hall’s garden and grounds extend to over 30 acres and are a combination of ancient features, elements of the substantial alterations of Lady Guthrie, tenant during the 1930s, and the more recent landscaping and planting by Kentwell’s current owners. The Walled Garden still retains the shape of it's early origins but greater elements of the 17th century in its layout. The 16th and 17th century periods are accentuated by the additions of a large Herb Garden and a Potage. In addition there are over 60 varieties of apples trees and almost as many Pear trees. Some of the Yews and Cedar Trees are of great age, others are more recent planting. Clipping ancient ones, some 50 ft. high into geometric shapes, whilst some of the modern ones are shown in the Pied Piper Topiary scene. One area that is not to be missed is the Cedar Lawn with its Sculptured Tree on the theme of the ‘Tower of Babel’ and is one of the largest single wood carvings in the UK today. Other area’s to wonder, relax and enjoy are; The Sunken Garden The Yew Castle HAHA Wall. Wildlife Pond Front Lawns - with their blanket of Snowdrops Ice House

For futher information please contact: http://www.kentwell.co.uk

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Kentwell Hall's Gardens & Grounds Spring Awakening Commences: Saturday, March 03, 2018, and ends Sunday, Mar 04, 2018 - CO10 9BA

3rd - 4th March 2018Life is coming back to the gardens with Snowdrops & Winter Aconites starting to carpet the woodlands, whilst Mahonia, Sarcocca and Hellebores are giving off their Winter scents. Kentwell Hall’s garden and grounds extend to over 30 acres and are a combination of ancient features, elements of the substantial alterations of Lady Guthrie, tenant during the 1930s, and the more recent landscaping and planting by Kentwell’s current owners. The Walled Garden still retains the shape of it's early origins but greater elements of the 17th century in its layout. The 16th and 17th century periods are accentuated by the additions of a large Herb Garden and a Potage. In addition there are over 60 varieties of apples trees and almost as many Pear trees. Some of the Yews and Cedar Trees are of great age, others are more recent planting. Clipping ancient ones, some 50 ft. high into geometric shapes, whilst some of the modern ones are shown in the Pied Piper Topiary scene. One area that is not to be missed is the Cedar Lawn with its Sculptured Tree on the theme of the ‘Tower of Babel’ and is one of the largest single wood carvings in the UK today. Other area’s to wonder, relax and enjoy are; The Sunken Garden The Yew Castle HAHA Wall. Wildlife Pond Front Lawns - with their blanket of Snowdrops Ice House

For futher information please contact: www.kentwell.co.uk

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Kentwell Hall's Gardens & Grounds Spring Awakening Commences: Saturday, March 10, 2018, and ends Sunday, Mar 11, 2018 - CO10 9BA

10th - 11th March 2018Life is coming back to the gardens with Snowdrops & Winter Aconites starting to carpet the woodlands, whilst Mahonia, Sarcocca and Hellebores are giving off their Winter scents. Kentwell Hall’s garden and grounds extend to over 30 acres and are a combination of ancient features, elements of the substantial alterations of Lady Guthrie, tenant during the 1930s, and the more recent landscaping and planting by Kentwell’s current owners. The Walled Garden still retains the shape of it's early origins but greater elements of the 17th century in its layout. The 16th and 17th century periods are accentuated by the additions of a large Herb Garden and a Potage. In addition there are over 60 varieties of apples trees and almost as many Pear trees. Some of the Yews and Cedar Trees are of great age, others are more recent planting. Clipping ancient ones, some 50 ft. high into geometric shapes, whilst some of the modern ones are shown in the Pied Piper Topiary scene. One area that is not to be missed is the Cedar Lawn with its Sculptured Tree on the theme of the ‘Tower of Babel’ and is one of the largest single wood carvings in the UK today. Other area’s to wonder, relax and enjoy are; The Sunken Garden The Yew Castle HAHA Wall. Wildlife Pond Front Lawns - with their blanket of Snowdrops Ice House

For futher information please contact: www.kentwell.co.uk

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Kentwell Hall's Gardens & Grounds Spring Awakening Commences: Saturday, March 17, 2018, and ends Sunday, Mar 18, 2018 - CO10 9BA

17th - 18th March 2018Life is coming back to the gardens with Snowdrops & Winter Aconites starting to carpet the woodlands, whilst Mahonia, Sarcocca and Hellebores are giving off their Winter scents. Kentwell Hall’s garden and grounds extend to over 30 acres and are a combination of ancient features, elements of the substantial alterations of Lady Guthrie, tenant during the 1930s, and the more recent landscaping and planting by Kentwell’s current owners. The Walled Garden still retains the shape of it's early origins but greater elements of the 17th century in its layout. The 16th and 17th century periods are accentuated by the additions of a large Herb Garden and a Potage. In addition there are over 60 varieties of apples trees and almost as many Pear trees. Some of the Yews and Cedar Trees are of great age, others are more recent planting. Clipping ancient ones, some 50 ft. high into geometric shapes, whilst some of the modern ones are shown in the Pied Piper Topiary scene. One area that is not to be missed is the Cedar Lawn with its Sculptured Tree on the theme of the ‘Tower of Babel’ and is one of the largest single wood carvings in the UK today. Other area’s to wonder, relax and enjoy are; The Sunken Garden The Yew Castle HAHA Wall. Wildlife Pond Front Lawns - with their blanket of Snowdrops Ice House

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Kentwell Hall's Spring Lambing & Gardens Commences: Saturday, March 17, 2018, and ends Thursday, Mar 29, 2018 - CO10 9BA

17th March - 29th March 2018Kentwell Hall is home to a flock of rare-breed Norfolk Horn Sheep and we look forward to the beginning of ‘lambing’ that begins mid March. You can enjoy seeing the newborn lambs in the Tudor Stables or the slightly older lambs who will be jumping and racing around the front lawns of the Hall enjoying themselves. In addition Kentwell Hall’s garden will be beautiful with the grounds covered in daffodils and the spring bulbs and fruit blossom all flowering. The Story Book Trail and the Heffalump Path with many new features are a great adventure trail that everyone can be involved in.

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Kentwell Hall - Tudor House, Gardens & Rare Breeds Farm Commences: Saturday, March 24, 2018, and ends Thursday, Mar 29, 2018 - CO10 9BA

24th - 29th March 2018Kentwell Hall is not a stately home but Tudor house and a very much a lived-in and loved family home, something it has been for over 500 years. It is also a project - for over 35 years now a non-stop effort to save this beautiful House, re-create its Gardens and form a traditional style Farm. For the visitor it is a journey through nearly thirty rooms; from the Great Kitchen with its Tudor history, charcoal burning stove, set in the Bay Window to the open spit (thought to have come from Guy Fawkes's home), through the Great Hall with a Minstrel's Gallery. Every room in Kentwell Hall offers a truly spectacular theme including the State and Chinese bedroom, the main bathroom with its mosaic floor and giant marble bath. Outside from the main house, the old Moat House includes the Tudor Bakery, Needle room and Brewhouse. And if you still have time, a walk through the gardens and grounds will take you to the Merchants Hall & Alehouse where you will see amazing paintings on the wall. This is a wonderful family day out and children can enjoy the Story Book Trail and Heffalump Path.

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Kentwell Hall's Easter Re-Creation Event Commences: Friday, March 30, 2018, and ends Monday, Apr 02, 2018 - CO10 9BA

30th March - 2nd April 2018This year Kentwell Hall’s Easter Festivities is set in and around one of England’s finest Tudor homes, is more magical, more traditional and combines Tudor splendour with over 100 costumed Tudors. Fun for the family includes the ‘Impossible Easter Quiz’ seeing the Lambs and enjoying the Story Book Trail and Heffalump Path. Visitors can enjoy watching the Tudor’s going about their daily routines in full period costumes, whilst the staff and villagers attend their chores. House & Gardens are open Spring Bulbs over 10 areas Tudors in the Bake House preparing Hot Cross Buns Tudors in the main house preparing the ‘BIG’ feast Tudor Needle women ‘gossiping’! Farm including Kentwell’s Rare Breeds; Sheep, Pigs, Donkeys & Cows A day at Kentwell Hall is never long enough and is a wonderful family, fun day out.

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Easter Holiday Family Fun Commences: Tuesday, April 03, 2018, and ends Friday, Apr 13, 2018 - KT13 0QN

Weekdays 3rd - 13th AprilHead down to Brooklands Museum this Easter for an action-packed day out for the whole family. As well as seeing the incredible collections of cars, motorcycles and aircraft from the golden age of racing and flying, families visiting during the holiday will be able to experience thrilling car rides, ‘fly’ with the Red Arrows and Concorde, complete our Easter Trail or take part in a fascinating workshop. Easter Egg Trail Every day from March 30th to April 13th Pick up the Brooklands Easter Egg Trail in the Museum Shop and hunt for the hidden Easter Egg questions around the Museum site. Find the answers to all the questions, fill out your trail and head to the Museum Shop to pick up your prize. Drop in, no need to book. Free activity with Museum admission. Kids Tours on Concorde Every weekday during the Holidays at 10:55 and 13:25. During School Holidays, we run dedicated Kids Tours on Concorde at set times during the day. The tour is tailored for our younger audience, with fun and noise encouraged! Pre-booking of the Kids Tours on Concorde is highly recommended. Car Rides 3rd - 6th & 9th - 13th April Our popular car rides will be operating from 11am-1pm and from 2-4pm (subject to weather). For a requested donation of £1, Take a trip in a vintage-style car up Test Hill or along the Members’ Banking of the old Race Track, courtesy of the Brooklands Volunteer Car Rides Team. Bus Rides School holidays and weekends Look out for the Bus Stop outside the London Bus Museum and hop on board a London double decker bus for a short trip around the leafy roads surrounding the Museum before being dropped back again. Your conductor will welcome you aboard and ask for a minimum donation of £1 per passenger. Rides last approximately 15 minutes and will run in sessions before and after lunch. Kids Easter Workshops Cargo Plane Challenge: 3rd - 6th April Test see how much cargo/weight a paper plane can take before it is no longer able to fly. This challenge involves, science, maths and engineering. Pompom Egg Painting: 9th - 13th April Use pompoms, an egg-shaped template and paints to design your own Easter egg to take home. Workshops are drop-in activities. Open 11am - 12:30pm and 1pm - 3pm. All materials will be provided. Free with Museum admission. Family Activities 3rd - 6th and 9th - 13th April For very young visitors, there will be pedal-driven planes and cars to try out and Bertie Bear, the Brooklands larger-than-life mascot, will be roaming the site to meet his fans. Everyday Concorde Experience F1 Simulator Trails for kids London Bus Museum Soft Play Area Discovery Please note: Special holiday activities subject to weather and operating conditions.

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Kentwell Hall's Tudor May Day Celebrations Commences: Saturday, May 05, 2018, and ends Monday, May 07, 2018 - CO10 9BA

5th - 7th May 2018A wonderful Tudor event with over 100 costumed Tudors, and includes lots of merry making and activities for all the family to join in. Tudors will be in the main house, around the gardens & grounds and joining in all the May celebrations; musical events, plays, processions, dancing and pageantry. Music and dancing is the theme! Celebrating is the word! The house, gardens and farm will all be open. And don’t miss the spring lambs and baby chicks who will be playing around! In addition, the children will enjoy Kentwell Hall’s Story Book Trail that will take you around the gardens to find and meet all the characters and sculptures. Then it is on to the Heffalump Path through the farm and woodlands. A visually, interactive and great family fun day out.

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