There is plenty to amuse the family across Herefordshire over autumn half term

Families across the county are gearing up for the autumn half term, and there is plenty on offer to keep everyone entertained. For a full list of autumn half term events visit www.herefordshire.gov.uk/events

 

Saturday 27 October 11am - 4pm: Black and White House Museum, Hereford

A truly unique experience to see the haunted Black and White House as it has never been seen before! Area Entertainments and Wye Circus will transform the house into a chilling experience for those who dare to enter! With strobe lighting, dim light and uneven floors, all are welcome but the event may be unsuitable for children under 5 or those of a nervous disposition. Adults £2.50 / Children (5-16) £1.50

 

 

 

Poster of Museum Art Gallery drawing event

Wednesday 31 October 11am - 2pm: Hereford Museum and Art Gallery

The art gallery celebrates the work of landscape designer Humphry Repton, with ‘In the Enemy’s Quarters’; an exhibition created by Hereford and Worcester Gardens Trust on the bicentenary of his death. Repton’s illustrations provide a charming and unique record of some of the most attractive places in the region, such as Sufton Court near Mordiford.

Inspired by Repton’s watercolours, children can design their own imaginary play spaces and landscapes at our FREE drop in art session. The event is suitable for all ages and everyone is welcome.

 

 

Image of library lion

Friday 2 November: Leominster Library 10.30am / Belmont Library 2.30pm

The Library Lion comes to Herefordshire! Everyone knows rules have to be followed, especially in libraries. No running allowed. And you must be quiet. But what would happen if a lion came to your storytime? There aren’t any rules about lions, are there? This beautiful story invigorates the local library with songs, laughter, lots of joining in, and maybe even a big furry hug. But NO ROARING! Suitable for children aged 3+ and their families. Tickets £2 per person available from Leominster, Hereford and Belmont Libraries or online at www.artsalive.co.uk

Published: Friday, 19th October 2018