Blog » Month: February 2022

Mooving with the times: old cow byre to be converted into indoor play centre and café at Temple Newsam’s Home Farm

An udderly exciting development project starts this week, which will see an old cow byre converted into an indoor play centre, café and shop at Temple Newsam’s Home Farm. The cow byre and its surrounding buildings were built over 100 years ago and were used as a milking parlour to provide clean tuberculin-tested milk to…

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Mumbler reviews Stockeld Park’s Talking Animals Week

February 2022 Charlotte and her Mumbler family went along to Stockeld Park’s Talking Animals Week yesterday, running the whole of half term week, from 19th-27th February; 10am-5pm. See what they thought here… Stockeld Park is well known for its themed holiday events. With so much to do on a general day-to-day, it’s always good to…

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Active Leeds unveils two new state of the art gyms

New state of the art gyms have been unveiled at two popular Active Leeds leisure centres, as part of Leeds City Council’s ambition to get more people moving. Press Release from Leeds City Council Significant investment has been made into new equipment and wider refurbishments at Pudsey and Garforth leisure centres, with just under a…

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February Half Term Activities and Workshops at MathsCity

Sponsored Blog by MathsCity This half-term at MathsCity, the focus is on strategy! As well as trying out its most popular attractions like the giant bubble, the laser ring of fire and giant puzzles, you’ll also be able to take part in some fantastic interactive workshops, included in the ticket price. Sat 19th February – Strategy…

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Rhubarb Festival is Back!!

Advertorial blog for Experience Wakefield Rhubarb lovers rejoice! Wakefield’s celebration of its most famous vegetable returns to paint the city pink from 25-27 February. With tons of free family activities for all, the Rhubarb Festival promises to start 2022 off with a bang! Wakefield is part of the famed nine square mile area of West…

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