Did you know that Cumberland Lodge was home to the Big Friendly Giant? Come and explore the transformative power of stories and storytelling in the BFG’s own back garden!
Bring your children along on Tuesday 7 or Wednesday 8 August, any time from 10am till 4pm, as we reflect on our favourite stories and what they teach us, and to learn about stories from around the globe.
After exploring the BFG’s back garden, why not head over to the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust’s Environmental Centre, also based in the Windsor Great Park, to learn about ‘super animal senses’ and some of the other inhabitants of the Great Park, and do other crafty activities?
Tickets to both the Family Storytelling Days and the BBOWT Centre are free of charge, but you will need to register on Eventbrite
There are 2 ticket types: Family Storytelling Day only or Family Storytelling Day + Super Animal Senses
Refreshments will be available at Cumberland Lodge to purchase
Country Life article out now! Cumberland Lodge: The 17th century marvel ‘a thousand times more agreeable than Blenheim’
Out now in this week's County Life magazine and online, Cumberland Lodge is featured with an in depth look at its history & heritage along with some stunning photography by Justin Paget.
The article starts with, "This year, a remarkable educational foundation in a spectacular parkland setting celebrates its 70th anniversary. John Goodall considers the history of the building it occupies in the Great Park at Windsor."
We hope you enjoy reading the article and enjoy the fascinating place we're fortunate enough to call work!
To find it, please search 'Country Life Cumberland Lodge'.
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