October Bat Hunt
Engine Yard
1-25 October 2019

From the 1st October we will be getting into the Halloween groove and we will have a bat hunt underway in the Crafts4Kids shop at the Engine Yard at Belvoir Castle.

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Half Term Trail Walk
Belton House
12-25 October 2019

Explore Belton on an autumn trail this half-term. Search for clues to accomplish Belton’s quest. Adventurers that complete a trail get a prize for all their hard work.

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Fun Facts Space Trail
Woolsthorpe Manor
12-31 October 2019

Expand your knowledge of the weird and wonderful cosmos as you follow the free trail.

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Weird Universe Workshop
Woolsthorpe Manor
19/20 October

Join us for cosmic half term space science workshops.

Get know space, dark matter and other weird stuff about the universe!

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Apple Day
Woolsthorpe Manor
13 October 2019

Where better to celebrate Apple Day than at the home of the most famous apple tree of all?

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Spooky Decopage
Engine Yard
25 & 31 October 2019

If you are looking for something a little bit different to do during October School Hols then come along to our Halloween Decopatch workshop.

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Belvoir Castle Open
27-31 October

The Castle is open from 10.30am – 4.30pm with the Ticket Office opening at 10.30am and last admission is at 3.30pm.

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Friday 5th April 2019 
Picture Credit Charlotte Graham 
Picture Shows 
Early Morning light on the Belvoir Castle Estate and in Duchess's Spring Gardens that have been replanted over the last 5 years and were originally designed by Capability Brown.
Belvoir Castle (/ˈbiːvər/ (BEE-vər ) is a stately home in the English county of Leicestershire, overlooking the Vale of Belvoir (grid reference SK820337). It is a Grade I listed building.A corner of the castle is still used as the family home of the Manners family and remains the seat of the Dukes of Rutland, most of whom are buried in the grounds of the mausoleum there. The castle remains privately owned, but is open to visitors.
The castle is near several villages, including Redmile, Woolsthorpe, Knipton, Harston, Harlaxton, Croxton Kerrial and Bottesford and the town of Grantham. Antiquarian John Leland wrote in the 16th century, "the castle stands on the very nape of a high hill, steep up each way, partly by nature, partly by the working of men's hands."

Belvoir Witches,
Belvoir Castle
28-31 October

Watch out for Witches this Halloween at Belvoir Castle

28-31 October 2019

Are you ready for tricks and treats this Halloween?

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