Easter Holidays / Play & Stay

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What to do in Easter half term

We are running 2 sessions a day Morning 10:00  till 12:00 and the afternoon 13:00 till 15:00.

The sessions will be filled with an Easter egg hunt and a main activity. Along with making a fire and having a hot chocolate.

Children should wear clothing appropriate for the weather conditions and environment (i.e. woodland, mud). Layered clothing is best for warmth and flexibility. Footwear should be sturdy such as trainers or hiking boots.  Wellies are OK but are harder to run in and feet can get cold. Long trousers are important for protecting legs. Thermal socks, gloves and hats are also good ideas and waterproofs for rain and mud.  In warmer weather consider sun cream and sun hats. Spare clothes are a good idea as well as a bag to put mucky clothes in for the homeward journey.

Please note on the 3rd of April we will only be running a after noon session as toddler wanders will be running in the morning.

Book Now – Limited places available

  • You need to Pay online before filling in the booking form.
  • A session is a morning or afternoon.
    eg, a whole day = 2
    or 5 mornings would be: 5 days x 1 session = 5 sessions.
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  • £10 per child per session.
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  • How would you like to pay? If you pick pay online . You will be taken to the payment page when you click Book below
  • The woods are kept in a natural state. There are hazards in the woods; fallen trees, sharp objects, trip hazards, holes and pools of water. There are also hazards in the activities in which you will take part including fire and using knives or other tools. We will help you manage those risks by giving you important information in safety briefings about the woods and the activities. However, accidents do happen. The likelihood of being injured is reduced by following all safety instructions carefully and by your child only using tools whilst supervised. You are responsible for following instructions and listening to safety briefings and remain responsible for the safety of yourself and any child you accompany. We will not be liable for any damage, cost or expenses arising from your attendance except in respect of death or personal injury resulting from any act or omission constituting our negligence. I understand photos may be taken during mine & my child’s attendance, which could be used in Play in the woods press releases, website blogs, social media, or in other displays. By signing below and taking part you accept there are risks and that you remain responsible for the safety of yourself and your child: I am aware that we will be taking part in woodland based activities and with those activities, comes an element of risk. The At Play In The Woods team will ensure that this risk will always be appropriate to the age and abilities of the attendees and the rules put in place are to protect all parties. I am responsible for my child at all times throughout the session and I am happy for them to participate and will ensure they follow the rules set out. If I am not the parent or legal guardian of the child, I have the permission of the parent / guardian to for them to take part. I am happy for photos to be taken of myself and my child during the At Play In The Woods sessions and give my permission for them to be displayed on the At Play In The Woods page and website. I understand that the completion of this form reserves my place on the event and that my booking is not complete until the At Play In The Woods team has contacted me to confirm my place and payment has been made in full. I am happy for the At Play In The Woods team to contact me regarding other events and news. Your contact information will not be shared with any other parties.
  • Name & Age of Children, any medical info we may need to know.