Your weekly Friday Five edit is here – Friday 14th May
Five super things for the coolest families in town to pop onto the weekend agenda. We’ve loads in store including colour, castles, cool animals and CHEESE. Yes please!
Warwick Castle (Virtual)
Help Zog in his quest to become a fully fledged dragon at Warwick Castle’s new 3D interactive activity trail.
The trail is based on the classic children’s picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Sheffler about an accident-prone but brave dragon who tries his very best to get a golden star at school.
Escape the city and enjoy a weekend country day out at the Marsh Farm Spectacular.
The farm and adventure park promises to be fun for all the family with lots of outdoor activities to keep you busy all day.
Willow Activity Farm
Have some fleecy fun at Willow Activity Farm’s Sheep Shearing weekends this summer.
Enjoy some shearing demonstrations before exploring the rest of the farm.
Chiswick Cheese Market
A tasty treat for cheese lovers, Chiswick High Road is hosting the brand new monthly Chiswick Cheese Market.
Chiswick was originally known as Cheesewick, Old English for cheese farm, and now the cooks behind The Cookbook Kitchen are bringing cheese back to the area.
Celebrate the stunning hues of plants with the Naturally Brilliant Colour exhibition at Kew Gardens, where these bright and bold colours have been artificially replicated for the first time.
Find out about ‘Pure Structural Colour’ – the boldest and brightest colours in nature. Now, for the first time, you can see these jewel-like natural colours in works of art. Using cutting-edge technology, the colours have been recreated by English artist Coral G Guest.