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Autumn Adventures at Beeston Castle - 21 October - 5 November

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Autumn Adventures at Beeston Castle

Saturday 21 October — Sunday 5 November 2017

11.00am — 4.00pm

Beeston Castle and Woodland Park

Set out on an autumn adventure to find the scarecrows hidden throughout Beeston's 40 acre woodland park, before getting creative by making your own. Little explorers can join us for a seasonal quest, as well as enjoying an exciting tale each day from our storyteller. And the fun doesn't stop there! Younger visitors who arrive in their Halloween fancy dress will get a medal, with the best dressed winning a special Halloween prize.

With so many activities to get stuck into, head over to Beeston Castle and see what autumn has to offer.

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