Coombe Country Park aims to be at the forefront of providing for the community in both formal and informal education and the promotion of health and wellbeing of the people of Coventry and Warwickshire through a diverse and exciting activities programme.
28,29 and 30 May – 9am-5pm
Holiday Playscheme at Coombe Country Park. Children can stay for the whole day (9-5pm) or they can just stay for a morning or afternoon of activities on any of
the themed days.
Tuesday 28 May: Art in the Park
10.00-12.00: 2D Art
1.00-3.00: 3D Woodland Art
Wednesday 29 May : Survival Skills Challenge
10.30-12.30: Shelter building
1.30-3.30: Fire lighting
Thursday 30 May: Mother Nature Designer
10.00-12.00 and 1.00-3.00 – Discovering colours and designs in nature in all their habitats woods, water and grasses.
Cost: £3.15 per hour ( discounted rate of £3 per hour for siblings) – BOOKING ESSENTIAL
Suitable for: Children aged 8-14 year old
for more details or contact us on 02476453720 or email@example.com
Family Survival Skills Challenge Day
To celebrate National Family Week we have two great challenges for all the family get involved in. Family teams will be pitted against each other in a race to build
a shelter and light a fire in the woodland with help from the team at Coombe.
10.30-12.30 : Shelter Building
1.30-3.30: Fire Lighting
£10 per family team (max 6pp)l per session or book both sessions for £15 – BOOKING ESSENTIAL
Meeting Point: Outside the Information Centre 5 mins before session
Birds of Prey Display by Iris May Falcons
30 May – 11am-1pm
Come and get up close and personal with these fearsome birds of prey!
Cost: FREE (parking charges apply) – No booking required
Suitable for: Everyone
Saturday 1 June – 10am-5pm
Find out more about our beautiful friends in their favourite place – the Wildflower Meadow. Come and pick up one of our butterfly trails in the Information Centre
to discover more!
Cost: £1 per trail sheet – available from Information Centre on the day
No booking required
More information can be found on our website
and by calling the Visitor Centre on 02476 453720.