Story Explorers – The Scarecrows’ Wedding

Part of WayWord Festival - a festival for children this October half-term Running from
Next event: Tuesday 25 October at 10am
  • Free - booking required
    Each ticket is for one child and one accompanying adult
  • Storytelling Room

Part of: WayWord Festival, Free activities and events

Calling all explorers aged 1-5 years! Come and join Story Explorers’ Claire as we explore The Scarecrows’ Wedding!

We shall find our story clues, read the story and then do some linked activities such as working together to build our own Scarecrow. We’ll end with a bubble dance after all our hard work!


1 - 5


Approx 60 mins

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Tuesday 25 October 10am Storytelling Room Sold out

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