Tag: autumn

Autumn Half Term Family Friendly Activities

Pumpkins, Bats and Land Art: Drop-in activities for young ones and their grown ups.

Monday to Friday, 12 – 3pm  (Gardens open from 11am)
Simple autumn themed craft makes every day: Bat mobiles, pumpkins scarecrows, leaf ghosts… Outdoor and undercover activities; find the lego creatures before they hibernate for winter, add to our Land Art Festival art work (See Saturday 27th for separate event).

Get outdoors and breathe the air this Half Term.
Ideal for children over 4, but all age family groups welcome.
£2 per person – everyone over 5 years old.
Free for Family Activity Annual Pass holders

Cafe open.

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Autumn Half Term Family Friendly Activities

Pumpkins, Bats and Land Art: Drop-in activities for young ones and their grown ups.

Monday to Friday, 12 – 3pm  (Gardens open from 11am)
Simple autumn themed craft makes every day: Bat mobiles, pumpkins scarecrows, leaf ghosts… Outdoor and undercover activities; find the lego creatures before they hibernate for winter, add to our Land Art Festival art work (See Saturday 27th for separate event).

Get outdoors and breathe the air this Half Term.
Ideal for children over 4, but all age family groups welcome.
£2 per person – everyone over 5 years old.
Free for Family Activity Annual Pass holders

Cafe open.

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Autumn Half Term Family Friendly Activities

Pumpkins, Bats and Land Art: Drop-in activities for young ones and their grown ups.

Monday to Friday, 12 – 3pm  (Gardens open from 11am)
Simple autumn themed craft makes every day: Bat mobiles, pumpkins scarecrows, leaf ghosts… Outdoor and undercover activities; find the lego creatures before they hibernate for winter, add to our Land Art Festival art work (See Saturday 27th for separate event).

Get outdoors and breathe the air this Half Term.
Ideal for children over 4, but all age family groups welcome.
£2 per person – everyone over 5 years old.
Free for Family Activity Annual Pass holders

Cafe open.

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Autumn Half Term Family Friendly Activities

Pumpkins, Bats and Land Art: Drop-in activities for young ones and their grown ups.

Monday to Friday, 12 – 3pm  (Gardens open from 11am)
Simple autumn themed craft makes every day: Bat mobiles, pumpkins scarecrows, leaf ghosts… Outdoor and undercover activities; find the lego creatures before they hibernate for winter, add to our Land Art Festival art work (See Saturday 27th for separate event).

Get outdoors and breathe the air this Half Term.
Ideal for children over 4, but all age family groups welcome.
£2 per person – everyone over 5 years old.
Free for Family Activity Annual Pass holders

Cafe open.

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Autumn Half Term Family Friendly Activities

Pumpkins, Bats and Land Art: Drop-in activities for young ones and their grown ups.

Monday to Friday, 12 – 3pm  (Gardens open from 11am)
Simple autumn themed craft makes every day: Bat mobiles, pumpkins scarecrows, leaf ghosts… Outdoor and undercover activities; find the lego creatures before they hibernate for winter, add to our Land Art Festival art work (See Saturday 27th for separate event).

Get outdoors and breathe the air this Half Term.
Ideal for children over 4, but all age family groups welcome.
£2 per person – everyone over 5 years old.
Free for Family Activity Annual Pass holders

Cafe open.

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Land Art festival – schools and home educator sessions

Join internationally acclaimed Environmental Land Artists Richard Shilling and Julia Brooklyn 
for half or whole day sessions in the Gardens.

Land Art combines creativity, team work, quiet contemplation, running around in the open air,

discovering the seasons, looking, making, patterns, counting, measuring , colour ……fun.

Our autumn environmental land art festival uses found and natural objects to make temporary art works together. Join us.

Book a place for your class, family or home educated group on Thursday or Friday – half days or whole days are possible. (guide price per child £5 – group prices negotiable)

Then why  not join us for drop in sessions on Saturday all day (12.30 -4.30pm)

Contact us by email or by phone for more information and to book sessions on Thursday and Friday.

0121 749 4100 , admin@cbhgt.org.uk

Please note – these are outdoor sessions – come dressed appropriately.

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Land Art festival – schools and home educator sessions

Join internationally acclaimed Environmental Land Artists Richard Shilling and Julia Brooklyn 
for half or whole day sessions in the Gardens.

Land Art combines creativity, team work, quiet contemplation, running around in the open air,

discovering the seasons, looking, making, patterns, counting, measuring , colour ……fun.

Our autumn environmental land art festival uses found and natural objects to make temporary art works together. Join us.

Book a place for your class, family or home educated group on Thursday or Friday – half days or whole days are possible. (guide price per child £5 – group prices negotiable)

Then why  not join us for drop in sessions on Saturday all day (12.30 -4.30pm)

Contact us by email or by phone for more information and to book sessions on Thursday and Friday.

0121 749 4100 , admin@cbhgt.org.uk

Please note – these are outdoor sessions – come dressed appropriately.

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Community Lanterns Parade

Join in or come and watch.
The fourth of our illuminated winter wodland afternoons. Bring your pre-made lanterns or come early and join in the afternoon workshop.
(see calendar for previous  lantern making opportunities)

As dusk falls artist Sophie Handy and our guest performers will lead us all in a short parade around the Gardens and our illuminated mushroom village.
We finish with a seasonal performance suitable for all the family.

Free cup of hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows complete the community get together.
Come early to make your lantern and take home tree decoration

FREE MAKE AND TAKE workshops:
Lantern making session:
Make a lantern from paper and bamboo (takes about 2 hours) 
Natural Christmas Tree Decorations: 
Make a twig star or glittery pine cone or …

TICKETS:
£3 for anyone over 4 years old.
Family ticket £10 Free for Garden members and holders of Family Activity Annual Pass
[ticket prices are a contribution to covering our charity’s costs for this and other events]

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* event cancelled* Enchanted woodlands, carol and mummers

Due to predicted weather conditions and warnings we have reluctantly cancelled Sunday 10th Lantern event. Our apologies to everyone for the disappointment this causes (to us all!) . We  intend and hope to go ahead with the Lantern Parade day on Saturday 16th December. Please cehck back here, before setting out.

 

 

Lantern walks in the mushroom village, carol singing and Mummers play 
Join us for the third of our 4 fabulous afternoons full of woodland magic, light, lanterns and entertainment.

As well as the Woodland Walk, craft Make and Takes today also has seasonal entertainment from Castle Bromwich Singers and roustabout fun from Glorishears of Brummagem mummers play

Nature doesn’t stop when the sun goes down. Take a lantern and see if you can spot the growing mushroom lanterns village and charming woodland creatures.

FREE MAKE AND TAKE workshops:
Lantern making session: 
Make a lantern from paper and bamboo (takes about 2 hours)
Natural Christmas Tree Decorations:
Make a twig star or glittery pine cone or …
Keep warm with a hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows as you walk around the site together.

TICKETS:
£3 for anyone over 4 years old.
Family ticket £10 Free for Garden members and holders of Family Activity Annual Pass
£3 for anyone over 4 years old.
Family ticket £10 Free for Garden members and holders of Family Activity Annual Pass
[ticket prices are a contribution to covering our charity’s costs for this and other events]

On Saturday 16th December come and join in the grand finale. A Community Lantern Parade …
Take part or just watch…there’s lights, a surprise performance, fun and free hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows.

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Enchanted Woodland Walk and prize draw

The second of our 4 fabulous afternoons full of woodland magic, light, lanterns and entertainment.
Our pre-Christmas offering this year includes enchanting illuminated walks around the garden, spotting our mushroom village houses under the trees, behind the hedge and even up in the branches.

As well as the Woodland Walk each Open Weekend Day has
FREE MAKE AND TAKE workshops:
    Lantern making session:
Make a lantern from paper and bamboo (takes about 2 hours)
    Natural Christmas Tree Decorations: 
Make a twig star or glittery pine cone or …
Keep warm with a hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows as you walk around the site together.

TICKETS:
£3 for anyone over 4 years old.
Family ticket £10 Free for Garden members and holders of Family Activity Annual Pass
£3 for anyone over 4 years old.
Family ticket £10 Free for Garden members and holders of Family Activity Annual Pass
[ticket prices are a contribution to covering our charity’s costs for this and other events]

This year”s Prize Draw will be drawn today … get your raffle tickets well in time…what can you win for Christmas?

On Saturday 16th December come and join in the grand finale. A Community Lantern Parade …
Take part or just watch…there’s lights, a surprise performance, fun and free hot chocolate and toasted marshmallows.

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