Environmental education

Why not bring your class on a visit to one of our beautiful countryside sites?Ogden Resevoir

Our locations have much to offer to assist you in the delivery of the National Curriculum across a range of subjects, including:

  • Science;
  • Geography;
  • Citizenship; and
  • Art.

Two members of the Countryside team will work with your class and provide all materials used during the workshop. All sessions are fully risk assessed and teachers are welcome to arrange a pre-visit to any site.

Locations and workshops

Beechwood Park Workshops

Sensory Walks

This is a special walk that encourages children to explore an area in a very 'hands-on' way. The activities on the sensory walk encourage the use of all the senses. Walks are tailored to fit individual requirements.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2 children.

Wildlife Discovery Toddle

This is a short walk with activities. Participants get the chance to meet local minibeasts, hunt for colours and make a leaf crown to take home.

This is aimed at children aged 3 to 5 years.

Minibeasts

Explore the world of minibeasts on a safari through the wood. Compare and contrast the inhabitants of a variety of habitats including woodland floor, trees (alive and dead) and grassland. Includes the use of simple keys and species recording.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2. The sessions vary in complexity, depending on age group of pupils.

Native American Indians

Bring your class along to learn more about the first people who lived in harmony with the Earth. Make a headdress, learn how to look for animal tracks and signs. Also, listen to a traditional Native American story in the Teepee.

Charges

  • £3.25 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Schools.
  • £3.75 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Academies of Private Schools.
  • £4.25 per child per half day visit for all other Schools.

Note: the Native American Indian workshop is half day charge plus £1 per child, for materials.

How to get to Beechwood Park, Holmfield

Beechwood Park in Holmfield is situated off Beechwood Drive in North Halifax. There is a free car park, off Heathy Lane.

At Beechwood Park, there is also:

  • a play area;
  • 'Trim Trail' and outdoor gym equipment;
  • a BMX zone;
  • a skate zone; and
  • a free car park (off Heathy Lane).

There is a regular bus service from Halifax.

Contact

 

Centre Vale Park Workshops

Minibeasts

Explore the world of minibeasts on a safari through the wood. Compare and contrast the inhabitants of a variety of habitats including woodland floor, trees (alive and dead) and grassland. Includes the use of simple keys and species recording.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2. The sessions vary in complexity, depending on age group of pupils.

Habitats

Compare and contrast a selection of habitats within Calderdale through hands-on exploration and environmental games. These sessions include the use of simple keys. This aims to help pupils to learn that different animals and plants are found in different habitats. Also, that each habitat needs protecting to maintain the diversity of British wildlife.

Trees

A half-day session exploring the trees, which includes environmental games. Pupils will really got to know a tree, how it works and what kind of creatures live in it.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2.

Sensory Walks

This is a special walk that encourages children to explore an area in a very 'hands-on' way. The activities on the sensory walk encourage the use of all the senses. Walks are tailored to fit individual requirements.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2 children.

Seasonal change

A selection of environmental games. This is closely linked with the Science curriculum, 'Life Processes and Living Things'.

This is aimed at Reception and Key Stage 1 children.

Environmental art

This involves children working in groups to find natural materials, which are then used to make a sculpture. Children can then invite staff and classmates to visit an exhibition of the sculptures they make. Children will discover how colour is used in nature with the 'camouflage' game. They explore the variety of natural colours found in plants, collecting examples to produce a colour palette to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2 children.

How to get to Centre Vale Park

From Halifax, follow the A646 to Todmorden. At the roundabout in Todmorden town centre, turn right onto A646 Burnley Road. Pass Todmorden Market, the Community College and the Cricket club. Centre Vale Park is on your left and parking is available by the Sports Centre.

At Centre Vale Park, there is also:

  • male, female and wheelchair accessible toilets;
  • a play area;
  • a skate park;
  • an outdoor gym;
  • a cycleway; and
  • car parking available adjacent to the Sports Centre.

There is a regular bus service and the train station approximately a 15 minute walk.

Charges

  • £3.25 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Schools.
  • £3.75 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Academies of Private Schools.
  • £4.25 per child per half day visit for all other Schools.

What to bring

Ensure pupils bring appropriate footwear and a warm, waterproof coat. If the weather is warm and sunny, it may be necessary to bring sun hats and sun lotion! Bring lunch if eating in the park. All equipment needed for the visit will be provided by the Countryside team.

Risk assessment and session plans

Prior to your visit, you will receive a copy of the session plan. This outlines activities covered during the workshop and includes a risk assessment of the activities and site.

How to book

To organise your visit, contact:

 

Jerusalem Farm Workshops

Sensory Walks

This is a special walk that encourages children to explore an area in a very 'hands-on' way. The activities on the sensory walk encourage the use of all the senses. Walks are tailored to fit individual requirements.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2 children.

Wildlife Discovery Toddle

This is a short walk with activities. Participants get the chance to meet local minibeasts, hunt for colours and make a leaf crown to take home.

This is aimed at children aged 3 to 5 years.

Stream Dipping

Includes the use of simple keys and recording of species that are caught. Pupils will need to wear Wellington boots for this session.

This workshop only lasts for around 25 minutes. We recommend combining it with a short version of the Minibeast workshop, or work on colour in the environment. This will make the visit fill the full 1.5 hours.

This is suitable for Year 2 and Key Stage 2 children.

Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Bring your class, with their teddies, to meet Edward, Chief Teddy Bear and play environmental games in the park. Learn the secret meaning of ‘SWAF’, then join Edward for juice and a biscuit at the picnic.

This is suitable for Reception and Year 1 children.

Native American Indians

Bring your class along to learn more about the first people who lived in harmony with the Earth. Make a headdress, learn how to look for animal tracks and signs. Also, listen to a traditional Native American story in the Teepee.

Minibeasts

Explore the world of Minibeasts on a safari through the wood. Compare and contrast the inhabitants of a variety of habitats including woodland floor, trees (alive and dead) and grassland. Includes the use of simple keys and species recording. This can include a short 'stream dipping' session, to look at freshwater minibeasts on request.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2. The sessions vary in complexity, depending on age group of pupils.

Environmental Art

This involves children working in groups to find natural materials, which are then used to make a sculpture. Children can then invite staff and classmates to visit an exhibition of the sculptures they make. Children will discover how colour is used in nature with the 'camouflage' game. They explore the variety of natural colours found in plants, collecting examples to produce a colour palette to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2 children.

People's effect on the environment

This Geography workshop is a two mile walk that gives pupils the opportunity to look at:

  • woodland management;
  • water collection;
  • wind farming;
  • visitor management;
  • sheep farming; and
  • moorland management.

This is suitable for children in Year 5 / 6 and above.

Earth Walks

An 'Earth walk' is a sensory exploration of habitat. Earth walks are tailored to fit individual requirements with activities to suit a wide range of age groups. These sessions are particularly relevant to PSHE (Personal Social Health and Economic) and Citizenship.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1, 2 and 3 children.

Bird box or bat box building

If transport or time is a problem, why not let us come to you? We can supply the materials and staff, to help build bird or bat boxes with your students. You just need to provide the work area and the students. This activity takes around 2 hours.

Charges: The half-day charge plus a materials charge of £4 per box, per student.

This is particularly suitable for Year 5 and above children (Maximum of 10 children per session).

Trees

A half-day session exploring the trees, which includes environmental games. Pupils will really got to know a tree, how it works and what kind of creatures live in it.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2.

Feed the Birds

Winter is a difficult time for wild birds. Why not bring your class along to learn how they can help? They can make a bird feeder to take home with them!

Sampling techniques for Key Stage 3 Biology

Using a variety of sampling techniques, students will investigate water quality in an upland stream and / or woodland. Students will learn how to identify species caught and record data. The results gained during the session are used to evaluate the water quality of the stream. This is based on the numbers of high oxygen demanding species that are found.

Wellies are essential for this workshop.

Autumnwatch

This workshop includes a walk around the park to look at signs of Autumn. It includes a Minibeast hunt in the woods and the chance to make a colour palette, to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 1 children.

Springwatch

This workshop includes a walk around the park to look at signs of Spring. It includes a minibeast hunt in the woods and the chance to make a colour palette, to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 1 children.

Habitats

Compare and contrast a selection of habitats within Calderdale through hands-on exploration and environmental games. These sessions include the use of simple keys. This aims to help pupils to learn that different animals and plants are found in different habitats. Also, that each habitat needs protecting to maintain the diversity of British wildlife.

How to get to Jerusalem Farm

From Halifax:

Take the A646 Burnley Road to Luddendenfoot. Turn right just past the traffic lights in Luddendenfoot. Take the third turning on the right (sign-posted Booth). Schools arriving by coach or bus will need to disembark at the bus turning area in Booth. You then walk approximately half a mile to the farm. Small minibuses and cars can park at Jerusalem Farm.

From Todmorden:

Take the A646 Burnley Road to Luddendenfoot and turn left just before the traffic lights. Take the third turning on the right (signed Booth). Schools arriving by coach or bus will need to disembark at the bus turning area in Booth. You then walk approximately half a mile to the farm. Small minibuses and cars can park at Jerusalem Farm.

Charges

  • £3.25 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Schools
  • £3.75 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Academies and Private Schools
  • £4.25 per child per half day for all other schools.

Note: The Native American Indian workshop will cost an additional £1 per child, for materials.

Note: Bird Boxes will cost £4 each.

What to bring

Ensure pupils bring appropriate footwear (wellies if stream dipping) and a warm, waterproof coat. If the weather is warm and sunny, it may be necessary to bring sun hats and sun lotion! Bring lunch if eating at the farm. All equipment needed for the visit will be provided by the Countryside team.

Risk assessment and session plans

Prior to your visit, you will receive a copy of the session plan. This outlines activities covered during the workshop and includes a risk assessment of the activities and site.

How to book

To organise your visit, contact:

 

Manor Heath Park Workshops

Earth Walk

An 'Earth walk' is a sensory exploration of habitat. Earth walks are tailored to fit individual requirements with activities to suit a wide range of age groups. These sessions are particularly relevant to PSHE (Personal Social Health and Economic) and Citizenship.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1, 2 and 3 children.

Climate Change

Climate change is nothing new, but what is new is the speed at which it is happening. Take a walk back in time from modern day Yorkshire to prehistoric times and learn how our climate has altered over the years. Find out practical tips on how we can slow down climate change in the future. Learn about ways in which plants and animals adapt to changes. This is available all year round, in the park and the Jungle Experience.

This is particularly suitable for Year 6 - 8 pupils.

Trees

A half-day session exploring the trees in Manor Heath Park. Through games and hands-on exploration, pupils will learn about the trees at Manor Heath Park. Workshop includes:

  • meet a tree;
  • leaf slides (includes identifying basic trees);
  • build a tree; and
  • a Minibeast hunt in the leaf litter and on the trees themselves.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2.

Springwatch

This workshop includes a walk around the park to look at signs of Spring. It includes a minibeast hunt in the woods and the chance to make a colour palette, to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 1 children.

Autumnwatch

This workshop includes a walk around the park to look at signs of Autumn. It includes a Minibeast hunt in the woods and the chance to make a colour palette, to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 1 children.

Sensory Walks

This is a special walk that encourages children to explore an area in a very 'hands-on' way. The activities on the sensory walk encourage the use of all the senses. Walks are tailored to fit individual requirements.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2 children.

Wildlife Discovery Toddle

This is a short walk with activities. Participants get the chance to meet local minibeasts, hunt for colours and make a leaf crown to take home.

This is aimed at children aged 3 to 5 years.

Minibeasts

Explore the world of minibeasts on a safari through the wood. Compare and contrast the inhabitants of a variety of habitats including woodland floor, trees (alive and dead) and grassland. Includes the use of simple keys and species recording.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2. The sessions vary in complexity, depending on age group of pupils.

Interdependence and Adaptation

Learn about the way animals and plants adapt to their habitats and how they are interdependent on each other. This workshop explores a rainforest habitat in the Jungle Experience and various habitats outside the park.

This is particularly suitable for KS2 pupils.

Butterflies

Discover the magical lifecycle of butterflies in this workshop. Meet the butterflies in the Jungle Experience and make your own model butterfly to take home.

This is aimed at Reception - Year 2 pupils.

Location

Manor Heath Park and Jungle Experience, Manor Heath Road, Savile Park, Halifax. HX3 0EB.

What to bring

Ensure pupils and adults bring appropriate footwear and a warm, waterproof coat for outdoor workshops. If the weather is warm and sunny, it may be necessary to bring sun hats, sun lotion and insect repellent! Bring lunch if eating at the park. All equipment needed for the visit will be provided by the Countryside team.

Lunches

May be eaten in the park in good weather, or in the classroom area (subject to availability).

At Manor Heath, there is also:

  • a large inclusive play area;
  • a sand pit;
  • an outdoor gym;
  • formal gardens;
  • toilets;
  • the flutter bites cafe; and
  • the Jungle Experience (entrance is £1 per person).

Charges

  • £3.25 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Schools.
  • £3.75 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Academies of Private Schools.
  • £4.25 per child per half day visit for all other Schools.

Risk assessment and session plans

Prior to your visit, you will receive a copy of the session plan. This outlines activities covered during the workshop and includes a risk assessment of the activities and site.

How to book

To organise your visit, contact:

 

Ogden Water Workshops

Minibeasts

Explore the world of Minibeasts on a safari through the wood. Compare and contrast the inhabitants of a variety of habitats including woodland floor, trees (alive and dead) and grassland. Includes the use of simple keys and species recording.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2. The sessions vary in complexity, depending on age group of pupils.

Environmental Art

This involves children working in groups to find natural materials, which are then used to make a sculpture. Children can then invite staff and classmates to visit an exhibition of the sculptures they make. Children will discover how colour is used in nature with the 'camouflage' game. They explore the variety of natural colours found in plants, collecting examples to produce a colour palette to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2 children.

Earth Walks

An 'Earth walk' is a sensory exploration of habitat. Earth walks are tailored to fit individual requirements with activities to suit a wide range of age groups. These sessions are particularly relevant to PSHE (Personal Social Health and Economic) and Citizenship.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1, 2 and 3 children.

Bird box or bat box building

If transport or time is a problem, why not let us come to you? We can supply the materials and staff, to help build bird or bat boxes with your students. You just need to provide the work area and the students. This activity takes around 2 hours.

Charges: The half-day charge plus a materials charge of £4 per box, per student.

This is particularly suitable for Year 5 and above children (Maximum of 10 children per session).

Habitats

Compare and contrast a selection of habitats within Calderdale through hands-on exploration and environmental games. These sessions include the use of simple keys. This aims to help pupils to learn that different animals and plants are found in different habitats. Also, that each habitat needs protecting to maintain the diversity of British wildlife.

Poetry in Pinewoods

Come to Ogden Water for a walk through the beautiful countryside of North Halifax. Search for inspiration for writing poetry, then head for the classroom to write poems. Deliver these to the class at the end of the session, individually or in groups.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2 pupils.

Trees

A half-day session exploring the trees, which includes environmental games. Pupils will really got to know a tree, how it works and what kind of creatures live in it.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2.

Forces

Discover the power of wind and water on a walk around Ogden Water. Learn more about how forces work in the natural world. Make a wind streamer to take back to school.

This is suitable for Year 1 and 2 children.

Sensory Walks

This is a special walk that encourages children to explore an area in a very 'hands-on' way. The activities on the sensory walk encourage the use of all the senses. Walks are tailored to fit individual requirements.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2 children.

People’s effect on the environment

This Geography workshop is a two mile walk which will give pupils the opportunity to look at:

  • woodland management;
  • water collection;
  • wind farming;
  • visitor management;
  • sheep farming; and
  • moorland management.

This is suitable for Year 5 and 6 pupils.

Feed the Birds

Winter is a difficult time for wild birds. Why not bring your class to learn how they can help and make a birdfeeder, they can take home?

Springwatch

This workshop includes a walk around the park to look at signs of Spring. It includes a Minibeast hunt in the woods and the chance to make a colour palette, to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 1 children.

Autumnwatch

This workshop includes a walk around the park to look at signs of Autumn. It includes a Minibeast hunt in the woods and the chance to make a colour palette, to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 1 children.

Mid-Winter celebrations

Bring your class to Ogden Water for a walk around our Winter woodland. Make your own seasonal decorations to take to school.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2 pupils. Book early to avoid disappointment.

Wildlife Discover Toddle

This is a short walk with activities. Participants get the chance to meet local minibeasts, hunt for colours and make a leaf crown to take home.

This is aimed at children aged 3 to 5 years.

Native American Indians

Bring your class along to learn more about the first people who lived in harmony with the Earth. Make a headdress, learn how to look for animal tracks and signs. Also, listen to a traditional Native American story in the Teepee.

Digging up the past

Join us for a new workshop that includes, finding out about archaeology. Learn about the people who lived on the moors around Calderdale in Mesolithic times. Your class will take part in a simulated excavation. Then they will go on an interpretive walk, learning how to read the landscape. Allow 3 hours for this workshop (excluding lunch).

This is suitable for KS2 and KS3 pupils.

How to get to Ogden Water

Ogden Water is situated off the A629 Keighley Road, approximately 3 miles North of Halifax. The site is accessible by public transport from Halifax and Denholme.

At Ogden Water, there is also:

  • A small visitor centre, selling crisps, pop and souvenirs that is open most days throughout the year;
  • male, female and wheelchair accessible toilets that are situated opposite the visitor centre.

Charges

  • £3.25 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Schools
  • £3.75 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Academies and Private Schools
  • £4.25 per child per half day visit for all other schools.

Note: The Native American Indian workshop will cost an additional £1 per child, for materials.

Note: Bird Boxes will cost £4 each.

Risk assessment and session plans

Prior to your visit, you will receive a copy of the session plan. This outlines activities covered during the workshop and includes a risk assessment of the activities and site.

What to bring

Ensure pupils bring appropriate footwear (wellies if stream dipping) and a warm, waterproof coat. If the weather is warm and sunny, it may be necessary to bring sun hats and sun lotion! Bring lunch if eating at Ogden. All equipment needed for the visit will be provided by the Countryside team.

How to book

To organise your visit, contact:

 

Shibden Estate Workshops

Habitats

Compare and contrast a selection of habitats within Calderdale through hands-on exploration and environmental games. These sessions include the use of simple keys. This aims to help pupils to learn that different animals and plants are found in different habitats. Also, that each habitat needs protecting to maintain the diversity of British wildlife.

Trees

A half-day session exploring the trees, which includes environmental games. Pupils will really got to know a tree, how it works and what kind of creatures live in it.

This is suitable for Key Stage 2.

Location

Shibden Estate is located on the A58 Leeds / Bradford Road (Godley Lane), to the East of Halifax town centre.

Shibden Park, Lister’s Road, Halifax. HX3 6XG.

What to bring

Ensure pupils bring appropriate footwear and a warm, waterproof coat. If the weather is warm and sunny, it may be necessary to bring sun hats and sun lotion! Bring lunch if eating in the park. All equipment needed for the visit will be provided by the Countryside team.

At Shibden, there is also:

  • a play area;
  • a miniature railway;
  • a boating lake;
  • golf / pitch and putt;
  • toilets;
  • a cafe; and
  • a car park (charges apply).

Charges

  • £3.25 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Schools.
  • £3.75 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Academies of Private Schools.
  • £4.25 per child per half day visit for all other Schools.

Note: The Native American Indian workshop will cost an additional £1 per child, for materials.

Risk assessment and session plans

Prior to your visit, you will receive a copy of the session plan. This outlines activities covered during the workshop and includes a risk assessment of the activities and site.

How to book

To organise your visit, contact:

 

Wellhome Park Workshops

Minibeasts

Explore the world of minibeasts on a safari through the wood. Compare and contrast the inhabitants of a variety of habitats including woodland floor, trees (alive and dead) and grassland. Includes the use of simple keys and species recording.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2. The sessions vary in complexity, depending on age group of pupils.

Springwatch

This workshop includes a walk around the park to look at signs of Spring. It includes a minibeast hunt in the woods and the chance to make a colour palette, to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 1 children.

Autumnwatch

This workshop includes a walk around the park to look at signs of Autumn. It includes a minibeast hunt in the woods and the chance to make a colour palette, to take away.

This is suitable for Key Stage 1 children.

Wildlife Discovery Toddle

This is a short walk with activities. Participants get the chance to meet local minibeasts, hunt for colours and make a leaf crown to take home.

This is aimed at children aged 3 to 5 years.

Sensory Walks

This is a special walk that encourages children to explore an area in a very 'hands-on' way. The activities on the sensory walk encourage the use of all the senses. Walks are tailored to fit individual requirements.

This is suitable for Reception, Key Stage 1 and 2 children.

Native American Indians

Bring your class along to learn more about the first people who lived in harmony with the Earth. Make a headdress, learn how to look for animal tracks and signs. Also, listen to a traditional Native American story in the Teepee.

How to get to Wellholme Park

Wellholme Park is situated close to the centre of Brighouse, on the A641 Bradford Road. The park is approximately 5 minutes walk from the bus station and 10 minutes walk from the train station.

At Wellholme Park, there is also:

  • Brighouse Swimming Pool and Fitness Suite;
  • tennis courts;
  • a play area;
  • a skate park;
  • crazy golf; and
  • a picnic area.

Charges

  • £3.25 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Schools.
  • £3.75 per child per half day visit for Calderdale Academies of Private Schools.
  • £4.25 per child per half day visit for all other Schools.

Note: The Native American Indian workshop will cost an additional £1 per child, for materials.

What to bring

Ensure pupils bring appropriate footwear and a warm, waterproof coat. If the weather is warm and sunny, it may be necessary to bring sun hats and sun lotion! Bring lunch if eating in the park. All equipment needed for the visit will be provided by the Countryside team.

How to book

To organise your visit, contact:

 

Litter awareness

A series of workshops suitable for Key Stage 2 pupils. These explore the issue of litter and its effect on communities and wildlife. The workshops can be delivered one hour per day over a half-term or over a full day in school. This workshop is delivered on school premises and is for Calderdale schools.

If the school has a Grounds Maintenance contract with Safer Cleaner Greener, the first workshop is free.

These workshops are £100 per class. Contact us for further information.

Customised visits

Is the topic you are currently working on with your class is not covered by the workshops? Contact us, it may be possible to devise a half day visit to enhance your pupils' learning experience.

Is the cost of the transport stopping you from visiting one of our sites? Contact us, we may be able to deliver a workshop in your school grounds, or local park.

School visits

School visits can be arranged where a number of the workshops can be delivered, including:

  • Feed the birds;
  • Earth Walks;
  • Bird and bat box building; and
  • Minibeasts.

 Contact us to talk about the workshops in more detail.

Outreach Sessions

If the cost of transport prevents you from attending one of our workshops, let us come to you. We can often work in school grounds, local parks or woodland that is within walking distance of your school. The content of workshops depends on what habitats can be found on your doorstep.

Charges

  • Calderdale schools: Half day workshop £3.25 per pupil, full day workshop £6.50 per pupil;
  • Calderdale based Academies or Private Schools: Half day £3.75 per pupil, full day £7.50 per pupil;
  • Schools from other areas: Half day workshop £4.25 per pupil, full day workshop £8.50 per pupil.
  • Litter awareness: £100 per class (free first workshop, if your school has a contract with Safer Cleaner Greener).
Activity Cost
Bat box building Half day charge + £2.50 per box for materials
Bird box building Half day charge + £4 per box for materials
Digging up the past (3 hours)
  • Calderdale schools - £5.25 per child
  • Calderdale Academies or Private Schools - £5.75 per child
  • Schools from outside Calderdale - £7.25 per child.
Kite making and Native American Indians Half day charge + £1 per child for materials
Mid winter celebrations Half day charge + £1 per child for materials

Contact and booking information