Saturday 19 January 2019

James and the Giant Peach Adventure Trail opens in the Forest of Dean

After the huge success of The Gruffalo Trail, The Forestry Commission has announced a brand-new Roald Dahl trail inspired by James and the Giant Peach.

Fans of Roald Dahl’s beloved children’s novel James and the Giant Peach can now experience a larger than life adventure trail in the heart of the Forest of Dean.

Following the success of the hugely popular Gruffalo and Highway Rat trails, the new James and the Giant Peach inspired trail is the latest children’s trail to join the forest.

Costing £7.50 for an activity pack, little ones will be well equipped with a backpack, activity booklet, foldout binoculars, magnifier, collecting tray and more.

Whether you’re a fan of the lovely ladybird, the wise old green grasshopper, or the quarrelsome earthworm, the trail is the perfect excuse for everyone to enjoy a fun-filled day out, whilst searching for all of the cherished critters from the book.

For more information, see The Forestry Commission, call (01594) 824662, or visit forestryengland.uk directly.

© SoGlos
Tuesday 16 October 2018

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