Bug Week is landing at The Pink Pig Farm, this May half term ,and it's one not to be missed!
Bug Week is landing at The Pink Pig Farm, this May half term ,and it's one not to be missed! Daily between 11 - 4pm
Your little one will receive a; map and an explorer passport, They have 9 areas to search to receive their 9 stamps on their very own explorer passport! Their hunt starts in the playbarn, where they must navigate their way through the indoor play.
Leading them to the Farm Park & outdoor play where they will be greeted by our very own Woodland Explorer who will help them make bug hotels in our craft cabin, that's one stamp completed on their passport!
Next, they've got to explore tangled woods, can they find the clues to get their next stamp? Let the Woodland explorer know! Next ,a tractor/trailer ride is the name of the game to see our free range pigs, once they've ticked that off the list our friendly farmer will give them another stamp.
Now, it's to water wars!! Catapult 5 water balloons at friends or foe, that's another tick, equalling another stamp on your passport!
Next, it's to the worm hotel, how many can you see? What about Locust racing? Well, why not?
Now, it's mud pie time at our new mud kitchens in the outdoor play area, take a selfie with your mud pie and ta-da that's another stamp..
Next, over to the farmshop to decorate your very own bug bun (£1) (Bun decorating doesn't = a stamp, so no need to worry if you would rather not take part)!
Now, can you navigate our inflatable obstacle course? Perfect, that's another stamp, gosh you're becoming the perfect explorer!
Now, Gooey bug finding!
That can only mean one thing!! Head to the farm shop, present your completed passport, and yes, that's right, you're now a certified Pink Pig Explorer. Every explorer needs a sticker, certificate and prize!
In addition, the restaurant has a special bug themed afternoon tea, not to be missed! It requires 24hr notice to book, as Kirstie our baker, makes them fresh every day.
In the play barn, mud milkshakes, topped with squirty cream and gooey worms.
In the farmshop homemade gooey tray bakes get a bug themed overhaul (of course) with a soil crumb and topped with friendly critters... they're still utterly delicious!
So all in all bring your, welly boots, eager eyes and prepare for a full day of activities, exploration and bugs!!! We can't wait, see you there!
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