A bespoke children’s play structure has just been completed at RHS Garden Harlow Carr in time for the start of the summer school holidays.
Children get to grips with the newly created Logness Monster
The ‘Logness Monster’ is the latest creation of bespoke play features designed for the Royal Horticultural Society’s (RHS) northern garden, Harlow Carr in Harrogate.
Natural play is a key feature in the garden and plays an important role in helping children interact with their natural surroundings. The new wood structure, which includes a ‘tongue’ slide shooting out from the monster’s mouth, adds to the other family offerings, including a bird hide, log maze, observation bee hive, willow dens and a large woodland tree house.
Throughout the summer children are also being invited to become explorers on the Great Garden Adventure (27 July – 1 September), sponsored by Witan Investment Trust. Families can enjoy a host of exciting activities from orienteering and bug hunting, to exploring rhyme, poetry and crafts, while taking advantage of the RHS’s summer Kids Go Free.
Children aged 16 and under go free 27 July – 1 September 2013 when accompanied by an adult with a Kids Go Free voucher, which can be downloaded at www.rhs.org.uk/harlowcarr. Maximum of four children per adult. Voucher must be handed in at the garden entrance on arrival.