Visit Aldingbourne Country Centre for some May Half Term Fun!

Looking for a great day out this May half term?  Join us at the Aldingbourne Country Centre where we have a fun packed week of events, with something for the whole family to enjoy.

On Bank Holiday Monday 27th May, we are hosting our ever popular splash about day.  It’s all about ‘Kid’s revenge’, and a chance for you, your friends and our staff to have a huge water fight!

For Tuesday 28th and Wednesday 29th, get ready to jump around with bounce about day.  Children can have fun bouncing around on a variety of different bouncy castles, tailored to different age groups, with one especially for children with disabilities.

Falconry day on Thursday 30th will be hosted by First Class Falconry, as they present displays of their birds of prey at selected times throughout the day.  There will also be an opportunity to ask questions and even hold some of the birds.

Then on Friday 31st it’s Reptile day with Tom’s Talking Reptiles, an opportunity to learn about reptiles, and experience handling spiders, lizards and snakes.

Also, new for 2019 we have our ‘Sand and Water’ play area, where our younger visitors can have fun whilst learning within a variety of sand pits and water zones all located in a safe play area.  We have a few buckets and spades available to use it is advisable for children to bring their own.

If you like the idea of supporting a local charity by having fun, the Aldingbourne Country Centre is well worth a visit.  Open everyday from 10am until 4.30pm.  With a woodland walk, open farm, mini golf, sand and water play area, wooden train and castle play area, and delicious locally sourced and home-cooked food in our own onsite café which features an indoor slide.

Visit our website for information on our event days, becoming a member, and more about our award winning charity that supports adults with learning disabilities and / or autism to live independent lives.


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