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Fun in Astley Park this February half term

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Silver School of Arms

Visitors to Astley Park can enjoy fun games and activities in the Farmhouse Activity Space this February half term.

Games of the past will be set up in the Farmhouse Activity space for seven days over February half term and will include historic games Mancala, Tabula and Fox and Geese as well as other Victorian classics like table skittles and snakes and ladders.

Councillor Peter Wilson, Deputy Leader of Chorley Council, said: “Astley Park is a beautiful place to enjoy a day out with the family so we have prepared for some fun games to be in the Farmhouse Activity Space for February half term.

“The fun takes the shape of ‘games of the past’ and will feature Victorian classics including table skittles and snakes and ladders. Plus there will be many more games to play.

“Families can also enjoy the exciting play areas, Pets Corner, the tennis courts and a tasty drink and snack in Café Ambio.

“We hope that many people will visit Astley Park this February half term and enjoy what’s on offer.”

From Saturday 10 to Sunday 18 February, excluding Thursday 15 and Friday 16, fun games of the past will be set up in the Farmhouse Activity Space from 12pm-4.30pm.

Astley Hall is currently closed for conservation work and is due to open on Saturday 3 March for 12noon.

On the re-opening day of the Hall, the Silver School of Arms will be there from 12pm-4pm with demonstrations of historical European weaponry.

Plus, two art exhibitions will open on that day; Art in Adlington and Lancashire MIND – Art for the MIND exhibition. Art in Adlington will be in the Astley Hall Art Gallery from Saturday 3 March to Monday 2 April, open Saturdays, Sundays and the bank holiday Monday from 12pm-4pm and will show works of art from the local Art in Adlington group.

The Lancashire MIND exhibition will be in the Astley Farmhouse Gallery from Saturday 3 March to Wednesday 5 April, open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. For this exhibition, local artists exhibit their work in aid of Lancashire MIND, the county-wide mental health charity. There will be craft activities on weekends throughout the exhibition.

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