Sewerby Squirrels sessions for June and July

Tue, 14 Jun 2022

Sewerby Squirrels sessions, designed for under 5s, take place on Monday mornings during term time, between 10-11.30am in the Orangery at Sewerby Hall and Gardens.

The sessions provide fun for children under 5 years old, including babies, exploring different themes such as Edwardian life, the beach, Amy Johnson and the gardens.

On Monday, 20 June, participants can enjoy an Edwardian Tea Party together, sharing role play tea, cakes and fruit.

For the session on Monday, 27 June, an Amy Johnson craft is the focus with a chance for under 5s to make their own hot air balloon to take home, as well as lots of other travel-themed activities.

A Beach Explorers session will take place on Monday, 4 July, where participants can enjoy play and beach-themed toys and dressing up.

The final session, on Monday, 11 July, celebrates holidays, with a holiday-themed story, parachute games and a suitcase craft.

Lucy Cooke, under 5s learning coordinator for East Riding of Yorkshire Museums Service, said: "Our Sewerby Squirrels sessions offer a variety of activities, all taking place in the beautiful setting at the Orangery.

"And we look forward to something different every week for the young visitors and their families to enjoy!"

For further information about the sessions, visit sewerbyhall.co.uk or follow @SewerbyHall on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Booking is advisable as it will guarantee a place at any of the sessions. Please contact the Welcome Centre on (01262) 673769 or email sewerby.hall@eastriding.gov.uk

Alternatively, participants can visit on the day and will be admitted if there are spaces available on the sessions.

Sewerby Squirrels sessions are included in the general admission to Sewerby Hall and Gardens.

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