Half term is always hard in terms of making sure you keep the children entertained but not spend a fortune in the process.
Here is your guide for our top 3 things to do without spending a bomb this week.
1. Free animal talks at Wildwood
Wildwood animal centre, in Herne Bay, are providing workshops throughout the week on a variety of animals and only costs £1.00! Not only will the children learn about the particular animal, they will also take part in a craft workshop. Although it will mean paying entrance into the park, this is only £32.50 for a family of four and with so much to fit in, including the free animal talk and free feeding, it is well worth a visit their website.
South Eastern Open Studios provides the opportunity for the public to meet, talk to and see artists at work during the month of June. It is a brilliant chance to see some of the South East’s most talented artists at practice. The range of art on show is huge, including water colour, ceramics, metal work and oil paintings. Artists open the doors of their studios, and homes to showcase their work locally. To find an artist you would be interested in seeing use the website to search by area, or A-Z.
3. Taste the Best of Produce in Kent
Biddenden Vineyard is hosting a taste the best on Sunday 5th June 11am – 4pm. This is an opportunity to try the best produce from Kent including beers, jams, pies, and many more. Taste the Best is a completely free event with donations being taking in aid of Kent Air Ambulance. Biddenden Vineyard is part of Produced in Kent, which is a county wide organisation that promotes all things Kentish. This really is a superb event and a brilliant way to end the half term week, and all in aid of a fantastic charity. For further information please visit them online.