Enjoy A Winter’s Trail at Skelton Grange Environment Centre

A Winter’s Trail, a magical celebration of light in our darkest month takes place on Tuesday 13, Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 December 2022 at Skelton Grange Environment Centre in Stourton.

Wander along a candle lit trail in the woods and gardens at Skelton Grange and get a sneak peak at the illuminated miniature village around the grounds. At the end of the trail, there will be campfires and activities in the woods. The annual winter fundraising event is often described as magical and awe inspiring, with many people returning year after year. We hope you will be one of them!

To book please click through the tickets section here choosing which date you would like to come, then a selection of start time slots will appear running from 4-6:30pm. Tickets are required for all adults and children attending the event at £10 (including VAT and Eventbrite booking fee), but babies (18 months or under) are welcome free!

This is a popular event which sells out. Therefore, tickets must be booked in advance, and you need to be there for the start time of your pre-booked session – spaces cannot be guaranteed in other sessions.

Adults are asked to supervise their children at all times. All the funds raised will support the charitable work of The Conservation Volunteers at Skelton Grange Environment Centre.

Visitors in previous years have commented:

“We’ve been coming for years and will probably keep coming when we’re 90 with our walking sticks!”

“A truly heart-warming and magical experience”

“They’ve come from Cumbria – I saw it and thought it was right up their street, can you do one in Doncaster?”

Skelton Grange Environment Centre is located at Skelton Grange Road, LS10 1RS.


This post is based on a press release issued by Skelton Grange Environment Centre


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