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  Looking for something to do with the kids this Autumn? Well look no further...   national trust  
  All about the kids!
   
  Autumn is one of the best times to visit Fountains Abbey & Studley Royal - one of the best displays of autumn colour in the country!
So this October half terms why not tick off some of your '50 things to do before you're 11¾' such as play conkers, catch a falling leaf, make a home for a wild animal or find a geocache!
   
       
  Have an adventure
   
  Make every day an adventure by climbing trees, skimming stones, rolling down hills and building dens. Or why not join a led activity such as Geocaching or making like a tree! Plus we have some Halloween fun including apple bobbing and a fancy dress competition.    
       
  Find out more...
   
 

We have highlighted the top ten below but if you would like to find out more and for full details of all activites visit the Fountains Abbey website

   
  Unfortunately Fountains Abbey is closed on Fridays in November, December and January therefore will be closed on Friday 1st November in half term.    
       
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  Catch a falling leaf - every day in Half Term (except Friday)
 

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  School holiday fun - Make like a tree.
Saturday 26th - Thursday 31st October 11am - 3pm.
Pick up a trail and take our leafy challenge to see if you can find all the leaves we've selected. Enjoy collecting piles of crunchy and colourful autumn foliage to create leaf mobiles and artwork in Swanley Grange.
   
       
  Make a home for a wild animal
   
  Bug Box Making.
Tuesday 29th - Thursday 31st October 10am - 12pm & 1pm - 3pm
Roll up your sleeves and come and make a wooden box for your garden in the hands-on family workshop.
   
       
  Find a geocache
   
  Geocaching Taster day
Wednesday 30th October 11am - 3pm.
Join in with our digital treasure hunt. Find out how to hide and seek our geocaches and borrow GPS units to have a go.
   
       
  Silly Walks Competition
   
  Monday 28th - Thursday 31st October 2pm
Who said that walking had to just be in a straight line?! Put your best foot forward and join us to compete for the title of King or Queen of the most inventive walk. Prizes for the winners!
(Meet on the West Green).
   
       
 
 
 
     
  There are so many things to do, we couldn't list them all so here are the top 10 tasters!  
     
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  Skim a stone: Studley Lake and the Seven Bridges Valley are the best places to skim stones - find the flattest and smoothest stone you can.  
  Hunt for bugs: In the huge old trees in the Deer Park you'll discover all sorts of amazing creepy crawlies. Or you could join one of the bug hunts on Saturday 24th August with Dr Roger Key*  
  Build a raft: On Saturday 25th and 26 May, challenge yourself to make your very own mini-raft at a workshop*...can you make it float?  
  Discover what's in a pond: All sorts of weird and wonderful creatures lurk in a pond - see what you can uncover at one of the pond dipping workshops*  
  Run around in the rain: Who says getting wet isn't fun?! Get your wellies on and find some puddles to jump in!  
  Fly a kite: Join one of the activity days* where you not only make kites, you can fly them too!  
  Build a den: Branches, twigs and leaves make surprisingly cosy dens - find all you need in the den building area.  
  Find a geocache: Borrow a geocache and hunt for treasure around the estate.  
  Roll down a hill: The fun way to get  to the bottom!  
  Explore inside a tree: There's one tree in the Deer Park that you can climb right inside! Can you find it?  
     
  * Booking essential. Please see www.nationaltrust.org.uk/fountainsabbey