Crich Tramway Village, near Matlock, will feature some family-friendly events this spring.
Magical May on April 30 and May 1 invites families to follow the fairy trail and meet the Fairy Queen, build fairy dens and take part in a wizarding school. In keeping with the tradition of Maypole dancing, visitors will be able to have a go on May 1 or enjoy watching Morris Men dance.
Between May 6 and 8, children can make their own crowns and waving flags to celebrate the Coronation of King Charles.
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Sunday, May 21 sees you and your dog invited to the first ‘Barking Mad’ dog show at Crich Tramway Village, in conjunction with Just for Dogs, of Ashbourne. A small charge to enter your dog goes directly to the dog charity.
Events manager Candi Bell, said: “As a dog friendly attraction, we are delighted to be holding this new dog show event in conjunction with Just for Dogs. The dogs will also be able to ride on our vintage trams and enjoy the day with their owners.”
From Saturday, May 27 to Friday, June 2, you can enjoy the return of traditional British seaside fun, including Punch and Judy, bingo, craft making, mini beach, and fun fair, plus a flea circus.
Full price tickets are valid for 12 months free return (subject to opening dates and excluding 1940s events) and those who already have their tickets can use them for all these events. For more information, visit www.tramway.co.uk
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