School’s out – it’s half term!

Dark Sky Reserve ©

Dark Sky Reserve ©

If you’re stuck for ideas with the kids this week…

Stargazing event with an astronomer – 24th May
If your children are interested by the universe and all its mystery, why not join in on Good Day Out’s night sky tour. The small group will have a very unique experience, beginning with learning about the tools of the astronomers trade, a lesson in the familiar constellations and even the chance to use binoculars and telescopes to navigate via star-maps to find hidden treasures.

More about Good Day Out

An activity provider who donate to local charities with every activity. Choose from arts, crafts, active or animal activities.

Panic Circus at Cantref ©

Panic Circus at Cantref ©


Panic Circus at Cantref
 – 24th May
The Circus is coming back to Cantref! Can you juggle? Ride a uni-cycle? Spin plates, be a clown or balance on a high beam? Now is your chance to run away to the circus and be an entertainer. Come and take some tips from the performers or you can just sit back and watch the entertainment.

More about Cantref Adventure Farm

Rainy day? Sunny day? Cantref have the answer with huge indoor AND outdoor play areas and horse riding available for all abilities.

Abergavenny Steam Rally – 25th & 26th May
As well as the mighty giants of steam and vintage vehicles, the show has a children’s funfair, a food village, rural crafts and handicrafts and a wealth of stands selling everything from auto jumble to garden plants and everything in-between.

More about Abergavenny

With great cafes, bookshops and a bustling market on Tuesdays, the town is a great choice if you want a day out browsing with the kids.

Visit Wales ©

Visit Wales ©

Craig-y-Nos Country Park family event – 28th May
A fun-filled activity day for all the family. With orienteering, geology, archaeology, adventure activities, wild life activities, plus loads ofother things to see and do. Discover some fascinating things that lie beneath your feet and ways to explore them.

More about Craig-y-Nos Country Park
An adventurous child’s haven with dense woodland, two rivers, ponds and meadows to explore.

For more ideas on what to do with the kids during the holidays click here.

Oh, and don’t forget the Hay Festival with plenty on for adults and children alike!

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