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We have had a fabulous week of fun at the Aldingbourne Country Centre over the May half term holiday. With thousands of visitors attending over the five event days, families enjoyed many activities, including jumping around on the bouncy castles, and taking part in a great big water fight on splash about day in our Woodland Walk. “We visited today for the first time with my Mum and three children aged 11, 5 and 4. We had the most amazing day, so relaxed and lots to do” said Sammie from Worthing.
On Thursday 30th May, families enjoyed birds of prey displays throughout the day with First Class Falconry. Children also enjoyed the opportunity to take part, by lying on the ground as Elmo the Owl flew across them. Children were also able to ask questions, and even hold some of the birds.
Then on Friday 31st it was Reptile day with ‘Toms Talking Reptiles’. “We had a brilliant day today at the Aldingbourne Country Centre, I thought Toms Talking Reptiles were great, and so patient with the children” commented Sally from Brighton. Children learnt all about the reptiles, and those that were brave enough, even held some of the snakes.
Visitors also enjoyed visiting our open farm, sand and water play area, and our new ride on tractors which were open in time for the half term fun. With so much to do, families enjoyed another great day out at the Aldingbourne Country Centre.
If you like the idea of supporting a local charity by having fun, the Aldingbourne Country Centre is well worth a visit. Open everyday from 10am until 4.30pm. With a woodland walk, open farm, mini golf, ride on tractors, sand and water play area, wooden train and castle play area, and delicious locally sourced and home-cooked food in our own onsite café which features an indoor slide.