12 Days of Christmas Family Trail 11/12/2021 - 09/01/2022 (other dates available)

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12 Days of Christmas Family Trail

Any time during daylight hours
Free
Suitable for ages 3+

Three French hens, two turtle doves and a partridge in a pear tree!

Naughty Christmas elves have taken the gifts from the traditional carol ‘The Twelve Days of Christmas’ and hidden them behind their doors among the trees in the park. Can you help save Christmas and find them all?

On this self-guided trail, you will explore the park, find the doors and reveal all the gifts from 'The Twelve Days of Christmas'. The trail will take around 1 hour to complete and is suitable for families with children aged 3+.

  • Sensible, hard-wearing footwear and outdoor clothing is advised.
  • The park may be muddy.
  • This activity will be available in the park during daylight hours. Please leave the doors and 'gifts' as you find them for other visitors to enjoy.
  • Doors are located in the arboretum area of the park. A helpful map is below.

Accessibility

The trail is located on grass which can be muddy when wet. It is located a short walk from the car park, across grass.

Toilets

Toilet facilities are available at Milton Keynes Arts Centre:

Monday 10:00-16:00

Tuesday 10:00-16:00

Wednesday 10:00-16:00

Thursday CLOSED

Friday CLOSED

Saturday 10:00-16:00

Sunday CLOSED

Parking

Free parking is available at Great Linford Memorial Hall, Marsh Drive what3words.com/deflation.protest.hippy.

We would love to see pictures of your adventures while searching for them (Christmas jumpers and Santa hats encouraged!) so please share with us on Facebook @TheParksTrust.

Covid-19 precautions

Although doors will be left open, we recommend you sanitise your child's hands between each door and when you get home to help prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Photo credit: @chihiro_in_uk.

  • Great Linford Manor Park

    Facilities:

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    Great Linford Manor Park is a special, heritage-rich park set within the old village of Great Linford. It contains features that were first laid out centuries ago, including ponds and a Wilderness Garden which represent the English Landscape style of garden design that became popular for country estates during the 18th Century.

  • Join the Friends

    Did you know...you can join the Friends of Great Linford Manor Park? Contact friends.glmp@gmail.com for information.

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    Coffee Mornings

    Did you know...you can warm up with a cuppa in the 5 Ways Cafe at St. Andrew's Church in Great Linford Manor Park! Connect with other local people in a peaceful and historic setting. Last Tuesday of the month, 11am-1pm.

  • Free downloadable children's activities for Great Linford Manor Park!
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  • Click to view the Great Linford Manor Park Arboretum Map
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