The county of Surrey is a great place to bring up a family, there is so much to do and see in the area, and with this half term just around the corner it doesn’t stand to disappoint, so we’ve checked out some of the wonderful activities in the local area during this half term from the 22nd October to the 30th October:
Bocketts Farm in Fetcham are offering some half term fun with their Farm Wizards and Witches week, for more information please visit their website.
The award winning Denbies vineyard are laying on a spooky train ride and story telling on the 24th and 27th October, warm clothing recommended. For more information please visit their website.
If your children would like to have a go at film-making then they might want to check out Sparks and their Attack of the Beasts monster movie filming at St Georges College. For ages 7-11. For more information please visit their website.
It’s great to get out and explore some of the beautiful countryside, and Painshill are hosting various events throughout the half term including exploring the deep, dark woods and lighting a camp fire. For more information about their events this school holidays please check out their website.
Fright night in Surrey Hills – Shalford Park have organised 5km and 2km on the 29th October, the 2km walk will be stacked full of treats and the 5km will be more of a frightening run, say the organisers, but each person will be given a glow stick to help them navigate through the scary depths of the forest. For more information please visit their website.
If you feel like going further afield then Surrey has same great transport links into the City.
London has several free museums that you can enjoy: the Victoria and Albert, National Gallery, British Museum, the Wallace Collection, National Maritime Museum, National History Museum, National Portrait Gallery, the Royal Airforce Museum.
If you haven’t had the opportunity to take your children to London’s Ripley’s Believe It or Not, there are a 1000, £10 entry tickets on sale this October half term.