24 May 2011>
There's something on for all the family at Llancaiach Fawr living history museum over the coming weeks.
The popular tourist attraction in Nelson is hosting a range of exciting events where visitors can enjoy various 'hands on' activities: -
All things Dairy
From milking the cow to making butter, cheese and yummy puddings. Dairying will be on display at Llancaiach Fawr Manor on Sunday 29th and Bank Holiday Monday 30th May.
Looking for something different to do during the half term holidays? As Spring turns into Summer Llancaiach Fawr Manor will be offering children a special event on the theme of Bushcraft, Bugs and Butterflies. Running from Tuesday 31st May to Friday 3rd June there will be different activities each day including shelter building, whittling, sheep shearing, bird feeders, bug hunting, scavenger hunt and nature crafts. £3.75 per child.
Many of todays medicines and beauty products are based on ancient knowledge of the healing and other effects of herbs. Come to Llancaiach Fawr Manor to see and sample lotions, potions, posies, remedies and recipes. Helpful Herbs and their Uses takes place on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th June.
Gentleman for a Day
Something different for Father's Day. On Sunday 19th June Llancaiach Fawr Manor will be focussing on arms, armour and men's clothing plus the work of the Barber Surgeon in the 17th century. Dad's get free admission to the Manor and the Conservatory Restaurant is offering a special Father's Day Carvery lunch (booking advisable).
Visit www.llancaiachfawr.co.uk or call 01443 412248 for more information.
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