Young Wellingborough adventurers needed for park's Bramble Ramble

The free audio walk experience takes children on an adventure

Tuesday, 11th May 2021, 12:31 pm
Updated Tuesday, 11th May 2021, 12:32 pm

Wellingborough youngsters have been invited to go on a magical journey at a town centre park with a new free interactive outdoor experience with a talking dormouse as a guide.

Open to all, Outside In theatre company has created a free to download pack of six audio tracks and a print-at-home activity booklet to be used in Wellingborough's Croyland Gardens.

The Bramble Ramble has been written and designed to spark the imaginations of children aged from four to eight-years-old and their families.

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Exploring the great outdoors

A spokesman for the Outside In theatre company said: "It might seem quiet in your local park, but just out of sight there’s a world of creatures and plants getting ready for their next big event - the Fantastical Forest Fayre - and you're invited.

"Join Dory the Dormouse and friends for this unmissable, magical experience filled with games, dancing and imagination.

"You might even see the world in a whole new way.

"Made for children aged four to eight and their families - but open to all - Bramble Ramble is an adventure in the outdoors at Croyland Gardens, Wellingborough.

Dory the Dormouse is one of your guides

"The free experience will take you on a magical journey from your home into the park using a print-at-home activity booklet and six beautifully crafted audio tracks."

Bramble Ramble launches on Friday, May 14 and the experience will be available until the end of half-term on Sunday, June 6.

Using the resources, families can listen to the audio bringing stories to life whilst in the great outdoors.

Northamptonshire-based Outside In theatre company founding members Hazel Barnes and Helen Crevel are experienced theatre practitioners who previously worked for Royal & Derngate, Carbon Theatre, Nottingham Playhouse, The Core and the Science Museum.

Bramble Ramble

Bramble Ramble is supported using public funding by Northamptonshire Community Foundation and Made With Many’s Cultivate Seed Commissions, made possible through funding from Arts Council England.