hawkstone park follies

A troll at Hawkstone Park Follies
16 Oct 2020
Hawkstone Park Follies are asking kids to join them this half term and Halloween to help their resident trolls find a lost pumpkin. Young explorers will need to follow the Halloween trail to find the letters which when spelt out will reveal the missing pumpkin’s location. If successful, children will be awarded a Pumpkin Detective Certificate! Follies Park Manager, Howard, said, “Our cheeky...
Hawkstone Park Follies
27 May 2020
Following updates to the Government’s coronavirus guidance in England, Hawkstone Park Follies in North Shropshire is set to trial re-opening to the public from Saturday. The 100 acres of Grade I listed parkland is made up of gullies, caves, towers and bridges and has been one of Shropshire’s premier outdoor beauty spots for walkers for over 200 years. David Sims, General Manager for Hawkstone...
Child playing outdoors in leaves
27 Sep 2019
For parents who want to give their kids a memorable and engaging Halloween day out, Hawkstone Park Follies has the answer with their Spooktacular event this half term. The family day out will deliver some spooky fun, without any nightmare-inducing terror. The themed trail around the follies promises to get imaginations running as children follow a special Halloween trail around the 100 acres of...
Land Rover in the snow at Hawkstone Park Follies
19 Jul 2019
Hawkstone Park Follies have reported receiving a large amount of booking enquiries for their Santa Safari, despite it still being July. The visitor attraction has released tickets for the Christmas event in response to the early demand. The Santa Safari promises a magical adventure by Land Rover through the illuminated woodland to see Santa in his real hillside Grotto, within a spectacular...
Heathcliff on stage
04 Jul 2019
Chapterhouse Theatre Company are bringing two live theatre events to Hawkstone Park Follies’ idyllic rural landscape. Chapterhouse is currently celebrating is 20th anniversary year and completing a nationwide tour. On July 21, Mr Darcy will be vexing Elizabeth Bennet in the performance of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ based on Jane Austen’s timeless classic. When Elizabeth meets the terse and abrupt Mr....
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