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Looking for something to do in the cold winter months? Well look no further, as Hope Nature Centre are running an array of events to keep everyone entertained!


n February 8th, we’ve got our first ever Make-Your- Own Pizza event, where children can come and make their own tasty pizza. Half term is packed

full of fun this year, as we’ve got a variety of events to enjoy. Crafty Half Term is a brand-new event, where little ones can get creative on the Hope Hub, decorating a

variety of items with glitter, paint and more. Don’t miss our ‘Half Term Feb Fun Days’, on Wednesday 19th and Saturday 22nd February. There will be animal meet and greets, animal petting, giant games, a bouncy castle and lots more fun to be had.

For the grown-ups, we’ve got our Burns Night dinner on the 25th January, featuring a three course Scottish feast and a ‘best of Scotland’ quiz, all for only £12.95 per person. We’ve got lots of Valentine’s offerings available for those romantics. Enjoy a delightful afternoon tea on the 14th and 15th February, and our fantastic Sunday roasts on the 16th February. With so much going on, there has never been a better time to come and enjoy an afternoon at Hope Nature Centre.

You can book tables for our Make-Your-Own Pizza, Burns Night or Valentine’s events by calling 01225 759075. Find out more about our events here - www.

Our café and animal park are also open daily throughout the winter, so if you’re looking for somewhere to come and stretch your legs, and enjoy some time outdoors, then come on in. Our café is also serving breakfast, lunch, and a selection of homemade cakes and coffee to help warm you up in the chilly months.

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