Hundreds attend Waddow Hall fun day

Isabel Hatherell, Esther Jenkins and Isabelle Schumann had a stall selling their book of Recipes for Guides as part of their Baden Powell Award, and to help fund their Baden Powell adventure.
Isabel Hatherell, Esther Jenkins and Isabelle Schumann had a stall selling their book of Recipes for Guides as part of their Baden Powell Award, and to help fund their Baden Powell adventure.

Around a thousand people attended an Easter Family Fun Day held at Waddow Hall on Monday.

Attractions included an Easter egg hunt, a duck race and inflatables. There were also adventurous activities such as archery, a zip wire, abseiling, low ropes, fencing, a Jacob’s Ladder, tree climbing, grass sledging, circus skills, giant games and a cave.

Ruby Magee, nine, Matilda Hammond, seven, Francesca Frost, six, Matthew Frost, and a fun day volunteer.

Ruby Magee, nine, Matilda Hammond, seven, Francesca Frost, six, Matthew Frost, and a fun day volunteer.

Children also enjoyed the site’s playground and the chance to play both football and volleyball. Sweet treats included popcorn, candyfloss and icecream. There was also a food court inside the 17th Century manor house hall and a bar. Information about the hall was also available as were tours around it.

Isabel Hatherell, Esther Jenkins and Isabelle Schumann had a stall selling their book of Recipes for Guides at the event as part of their Baden Powell Award, and to help fund their Baden Powell adventure.

1st Waddington Rainbows and 1st West Bradford Guides also had a Pick a card game at the event and raised £70 to split between their units.

Ruby Magee, nine, making candy floss at the Easter Family Fun Day at Waddow Hall.

Ruby Magee, nine, making candy floss at the Easter Family Fun Day at Waddow Hall.

Lucas Tart, three, Ruby Magee, nine, and Sophia Robbins, three, at the Easter Family Fun Day at Waddow Hall.

Lucas Tart, three, Ruby Magee, nine, and Sophia Robbins, three, at the Easter Family Fun Day at Waddow Hall.