Pensthorpe Natural Park Half Term Poo Trial!

How much is there to actually learn about poo? Alot according to Pensthorpe Natural Trail! This half term ( 12th – 20th March) is all about nature’s poo over in Pensthorpe!

It is no secret that we love Pensthorpe Natural Park! It is situated close to Fakenham and it is around 20ish miles out of Norwich too. Pensthorpe is in a great location and there is everything at this Norfolk attraction for every age. The natural park is set in over 200 acres of reserve and the original owners created England’s most biodiverse Nature Reserve. Since the day Pensthorpe was first opened, it has grown and grown with thousands and thousands of families flocking there every year come rain or shine!

Pensthorpe Natural Park mixes fun with education which is what makes it amazing for families. Not only does it have birds and wildlife that is constantly changing but in 2015, Pensthorpe opened up their indoor playarea, Hootz House and the outdoor play area, Wild Rootz. Again adding to the mix of education and fun for children.

Pensthorpe have been incredible when it comes to events too. This half term, they have the poo trail event on. An educational trail that teaches children all about nature’s poo. They have put on 2 trails around the park, one around the main park and one smaller trial around Wild Rootz, the outdoor playarea. We won’t share the answers to the trail questions as it will spoil it!

It is a great day out for families and the poo trail this half term is a great way for children to learn while having heaps of fun!

Check out our reel of our day out below:

Have a look at the Pensthorpe Natural Park Website for more info and to book tickets!

Disclaimer – We were gifted tickets in exchange for a blog post

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