We’re branching out! Come down and visit our fun-filled activity trail featuring popular picture book character Stick Man, which will be open on Thursday 16th Feburary and Sunday 9th July. The self-guided trail is aimed at encouraging children aged 3-7 to get outdoors and explore the natural world and find out how things grow. If you want to ‘twig’ how much fun the trails can be, then visit us 11am to 2pm. Our Classics in the Park event is also taking place on July 9th date so there will be something for all the family!
There will be a limited amount of free Stick Man Badges and Certificates in the Visitors Centre foyer , please come and find us once you have completed the trail. There will also be Stick Man Keyrings and soft toys for sale.
Please walk, scoot, or cycle to the park if you can, our parking is limited, overflow parking is available at Moore Crescent LU5 5GZ (five min walk to the park) just drive up to the barrier and it will open.
We are one of a very select group of city farms, community gardens and care farms in the UK that have been chosen to host a Stick Man trail, which have been created by Social Farms and Gardens, the UK wide charity supporting communities farm, garden and grow together. Find out more about Social Farms & Gardens via www.farmgarden.org.uk.
The Stick Man trail (installed thanks to the support of Magic Light Pictures) is based on the much-loved Stick Man picture book written by Julia Donaldson and illustrated by Axel Scheffler.
activity sheets and certificates are available to download below.