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Outdoor events

ActivityDate and timeLocationAdditional informationAbout the eventBooking/contact details
Heathland Artworks - Surrey Hills ArtsNow until 31 OctoberFarnham HeathFREE. Outdoors, Family friendly, Craft trail, Dogs welcomeTake a circular walk around Farnham Health and discover fascinating artworks responding to this beautiful location. This popular annual event presents inspiring work created by craft, design and fine art students from the degree and master’s courses at the University for the Creative Arts.

www.surreyhillsarts.org

Farnham Sculpture Park1 – 31 October, 10am – 5pmFarnham Sculpture Park£10 (£5 conc.). Booking required, Sculpture, Craft Trail, Outdoors, Family Friendly, Dogs WelcomeSituated within ten acres of woodland, The Sculpture Park features more than 600 ever-changing sculptures along a two-mile trail.

www.thesculpturepark.com 

Art on the Railings - Farnham Art Society2 October, 10am – 4pmFREE. Shopping, outdoors, craft trail, dogs welcomeRiverside Walk adjacent to Maltings Reprising Montmartre and the Bayswater Road, Farnham Art Society presents a show of craft and paintings on the railings running along the banks of the Wey.

www.farnhamartsociety.org

Halloween Week25 – 31 October, Mon – Sun, 10am – 4pmRural Life Living Museum£12.00 (Free for children under 5). Friendly, Outdoors, Dogs welcomeThis October Half Term the Rural Life Living Museum will be open for 7 activity-filled days, including children’s picture book readings, railway rides, pumpkin carving, and spooky storytelling. Will you dare to stroll in the haunted woodland walk? Additional costs apply for some activities.

www.rural-life.org.uk

Wild Learning Holiday Club26- 28 October, 10am – 4pmAlice Holt Woodland Park£42. Booking required, Outdoors Sneak through the woods from the Timberline Meadow, over the stream to the secret valley where our camp is hidden. Try fire lighting, woodland crafts and den making or work out how to cross the stream with a rope bridge – or dam the stream perhaps…? Suitable for ages 5-11 years.

www.wild-learning.net

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