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Beeston at its Best - Hands on with History!

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An Easter Adventure Quest — Beeston at its Best — come and join us at Beeston Castle for a fantastic day out over the weekend and just a stone's throw from Tattenhall and with great views of the Sandstone Ridge!

Date: Friday 25 — Monday 28 March 2016

Time: 11am — 5pm

So, if you fancy an adventure — you'll meet a character from the past with stories of times gone by. This lively figure will be happy to help you on your quest as you explore Beeston and crack the clues. Rise to the challenge and win your chocolate reward. It's time to get hands-on with history.

Pick up your Quest sheet when you arrive at the ticket office and then find the clues hidden around the castle, don't forget to collect your chocolate reward when you've finished. This year, we're also giving each Quester a Play-Doh activity pack and sample pot of Play-Doh (whilst stocks last).

There will also be the following activities running throughout the day:

11.00am — Story telling
12.00pm — Battle on a blanket
1.00pm — Court in the act
2.00p — Story telling
3.00p — Battle on a blanket
4.00pm — Court in the act

All times are approximate and some activities are weather permitting.

English Heritage members are free
Adult — £6.70
Child, 5-15 years — £4.00
Concession - £6.00

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