Lots of fun things to do based on Julia Donaldson’s ‘Stick Man Tale’, including the story, craft, a trail and games. For Children ages 4-7. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
How Much is it?
The activities are aimed for children ages 4-7 years. You may purchase tickets for older and younger children to take part too, but please bear in mind that the activities might not suit them.
How do I book?
Please go to buytickets.at/CuerdenValley
Do babies need a ticket?
Babies and children under 4 years don’t need a ticket if they are not taking part in the activities.
Do adults need a ticket?
No. Adults accompanying children do not need a ticket.
Do we have to pay to Park if we arrive by car?
Yes – please pay for 2 hours – £1.10. All carpark fees help us to look after the Park.
What time do we meet and where?
Meet in time to set off at your time slot from the the Visitor Centre, (Cuerden Valley Park, Berkeley Drive, Bamber Bridge. PR5 6BY).
What do I do if I’m running late and miss our slot?
Please let us know if you can by ringing 01772 324436. Come along anyway and we’ll let you join a later slot. If you are in the afternoon slots and are very late, we’ll have to take a judgement on the day.
I’ve booked tickets, but we can no-longer come along – may I cancel and get a refund?
Refunds will only be given if you cancel giving at least one week’s notice.
May dogs come along?
Dogs may come along but must be well behaved and on a short lead at all times.
How long is the trail and is is suitable for pushchairs, people in wheelchairs/mobility scooters?
The trail will be approximately 850 metres / 0.5 mile. The trail will be suitable for pushchairs/wheelchairs/mobility scooters – but please bear in mind that because of the geography of the Park there will be some hills involved, and one of the paths is much rougher than we’d like it to be.
Proceeds to Cuerden Valley Park Trust to help maintain the Park and keep it open for all.