What to expect this October half term...
Yoohoo WILD explorers! Are you planning your autumn adventures? The Twiggles have told us everything that’s happening in the woods this half term if you come & run WILD!
Spooky (not scary) decorations
You’ll see colourful lanterns swinging from the Broken Bridge in the autumn breeze, the pesky BeWILDerbats getting up to their mischievous schemes, pumpkins of all shapes and sizes scatter the woodland (inclooding Hazel’s GIANT prize-winning pumpkin!) and even the Thornyclod Spider will be making an appearance along your travels! It’s a treat, not a trick, coming to BeWILDerwood Norfolk during October Half Term.
Halloween-themed curious crafts
Fly over to the Big Hat and get crafty together! Make your very own BeWILDerbat to whizz around with you as you run WILD on your October adventure. (Don’t forget to take your curious creation home with you for even more BeWILDerbat magic after your visit!)
A soopa doopa story: BeWILDerbat Bake-Off!
Poor little Sticklenose, the smallest Twiggle in BeWILDerwood, has gotten himself stuck in a tree! (Uh-oh!) Only Snagglefang and his gang of BeWILDerbats can fly up to him! But they’re going to need some persuading… it seems he’s only interested in tasty Nut-bug Crunch!
Help Swampy and his friends convince the fiercest BeWILDerbat in the woods to fly up and save Sticklenose!
Let your imagination run WILD and come dressed up in your bestest Halloween costumes for your family day out! The Twiggle Team looove wearing ghoulish garments throughout October, so you may spot the odd witch, wizard or even pumpkin this half term! (Don’t forget to say a big “Boo!”)
Boggle-brilliant Autumnal scenes
See the trees like never-before in a beautiful array or oranges, reds, and yellows as you spy Twiggle houses up high amongst the canopy and Boggle houses low in the marshes, as you climb, clamber, swing and swoosh through the treetops! Mildred just looooves how the woods look this time of year – especially seeing the enchanting trees reflecting on the Scaaaaary Lake.