Go wild in the woods 14th Feb 2017

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Barrington Court — Go wild in the woods

Wrap up warm and put your wellies on and get outdoors to stretch your legs during February half term. There's loads of room to run around and the ranger team will have some ingenious activities lined up for you to have a go at. If you like messing about and having fun outside, come along and meet our team of rangers who will have some tasks and activities for you to try. The day will be spent in our woods so put on a few layers and be prepared to get a bit muddy! Booking Not Needed.
A National Trust Event - Start 12:00. End 15:00. General Admission Prices Apply. Call in to visitor reception to collect a map and the team will show you how to get to the woods. For more details please phone the contact number below.
Barrington Court, Barrington, near Ilminster, Somerset TA19 0NQ
Tuesday 14th Feb 2017

Contact telephone: 01460 243122 — Andrea Bartlett.
Call to check latest times or cancellations.

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