School holidays always bring out the best in Cornwall and even though the February half term is not the busiest, given the normal weather, there are still special events planned.
Here are a few details of some of the biggest:
The Eden Project
Between Saturday 13th and Sunday 21st February 2016 The Eden Project have a theme running throughout based on “Stick Man” the Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler character.
The theme is called Survival and features not only Stick Man and his family tree but also minibeasts with Crocodile Joe, Survival basecamp, bushcraft demonstrations and live storytelling.
For more information, times and prices look at their website here –
http://www.edenproject.com/visit/whats-on/survival-stick-man-half-term for more information.
They have also created a parody of “The Fugitive” film –
The Lost Gardens of Heligan
During the February half term the Lost Gardens of Heligan are offering free workshops on how to attract wildlife to your garden including making a mini bug hotel, hanging bird treats, sedd bombs and more.
Found only 25 years ago after the chance discovery of a door in the undergrowth, The Lost Gardens themselves offer so much that a visit to the gardens is a must when staying in Cornwall.
For more information see their website here – http://heligan.com/events/heligan-events/love-wildlife-1/
Conrwall’s Crealy adventure park re-opens in February after it’s winter shut down.
The National Trust run many places, big and small in North Cornwall from the small cafe and gift shop at the top of Bedruthan steps to the local late Victorian country house, Lanhydrock.
Get a bit of healthy fresh air and help reduce the gorse and blackthorns near Port Quin, as a thank you get a baked potato from the fire. More information available here –
Learn the art of Rag Rugging at Tintagel Old Post Office. For more information click here –
Over the break there are a number of events and activities on at Lanhydrock. Find out what here –
Family craft workshops run all year round at Trelissick, find out more here –