have never been to one of the featured events at the Park, we have enjoyed many
a pleasant visit though. This time was
even better, having said that each visit has been quite special for all of us. It is a lovely place to visit, so lush and
green with plenty of space for children to roam, without everyone feeling
penned in a small area.
A giant bunny was hopping around the park, giving out high
fives, cuddles and stopping for many a photo opportunity with delighted
children. I cannot imagine what it must
be like decked out in costume, but the bunny seemed an amicable character, in
good spirits at all times…
tried some new additions to the Park too; the donkey rides went down well. They are a complete bargain for £1.50 each
in my opinion. It is the first time
youngest held on his own, without me following him behind panicking he might
did the Easter Egg hunt; walking round the park following the clues was great
fun. It was a cold morning, but we soon
we had to test out the new soft play area. The Enchanted WoodBarn, had plenty
to keep my two occupied, whilst the welcoming (and nice and toasty!) seated
area in the Café was a huge perk for us worn out parents.
watched an entertaining magic show; eldest was excited to be a magician’s
assistant and was awarded with a balloon sword for his efforts!
is great to see Greenwood Forest Park put so much thought and effort into
continually improving the park. My boys
were begging to come back the very next day!
Easter Eggstravaganza is still on until Sunday 14th
April, with live shows daily, Easter crafts, donkey rides and the Yellow Chick
Trail during that period. So well worth
a visit, I will definitely be keeping an eye on other events planned for the
season on the Greenwood Forest Park website.