Get Crafty at Whinlatter Forest

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Every Monday in the school summer holidays – Drop in from 11am to 3pm

Every Monday in the school summer holidays join our crafty team in the Visitor Centre for free drop in craft activities. A great way to finish off your day in the forest with a simple but creative memento to take away!

Whinlatter Forest

22nd July 2024
29th July 2024
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26th August 2024
2nd September 2024
9th September 2024
16th September 2024


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Lakeland Retreats do not run this event. For accurate, up to date information, please contact the organiser.
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