There is alot of scurrying in the woods down at Beamsh Hall in Stanley with the opening of the new Woodland Wonderland - an interactive and free walk that brings childhood dreams to reality. Woodencars, chairs and tables, giant caterpiller tunnels and Alice's tree, all encourage children to get awayfrom behind computer screens and back to the basics of playing outdoors. The beaty of this woodland adventure is that families can enjoy the activities together whether it be making mud pies or watching the birds and squirrels from the teepee hides, enjoying the giant swings, climbing on the oversied pencils, a wander in the Beamish Hall woods in a magical family playground.
This is the second opening at the Beamish Hall in as many months. Owner David Craggs opened the gates of the Garden Centre also within the grounds of the Hall in May and is proud to have one of the largestselections of beautiful flowers, unusual shrubs and colourful plants in te area. This delightful garden sells seasonal plants, ecletic garden furniture and stunning garden art. Providing expert advice on planning your garden, planting and maintaining, there are regular classes to help you on your way.
There is on site parking at the venue and it is accessable for everybody.