By Ann Evans

Pirate festival

 

Hatton Adventure World nestled in the beautiful Warwickshire countryside might be a long way from the sea, but that’s not stopping them from hosting a special Pirate Festival this Whitsun half term holiday. Miss it and you could be walking the plank!

 

From 27th May – 4th June, kids of all ages can dress up as pirates, buccaneers, Long John Silvers and Captain Jack Sparrows and enter a world of hidden treasure, skulduggery and pesky pirate antics.

 

The live pirate style entertainment will include a fantastic new Pirate Show in the family theatre, exciting Pirate Battles, finding smuggled booty in the hidden Treasure Hunt and panning for gold.

 

And that’s not all. Hatton Adventure World is perfect for a great family day out. There’s all the usual attractions such as the Guinea Pig village, snake handling, a tractor safari, falconry demonstrations, outdoor laser combat (for those aged 8yrs+), fun fair rides for the younger children, and the huge indoor soft play area ‘Snorty’s Superslide Mania’!

Pirate Festival

Carron Smith, Marketing Manager at Hatton said “We’re delighted to be hosting our special Pirate Festival over the spring half term. Children of all ages love to dress up as pirates and they’re guaranteed plenty of swashbuckling fun and entertainment during the week.”

 

The entry all-inclusive price takes away the worry of finding any hidden extras as all activities are included. Visitors are urged to book their place today as special discounts are available for early booking online.

 

Hatton Adventure World is open every day throughout the year (excluding Christmas Day and Boxing Day) from 10am to 5.30pm. For more information please visit the website at  <http://www.hattonworld.com/adventure-world>

www.hattonworld.com/adventure-world or telephone 01926 843411

 

 

 

 

About Ann Evans

Feature writer and award winning author, Ann Evans has more than 22 books published for children, young adults, reluctant readers and adults. Never content to write one thing at a time, she always has at least half a dozen different writing projects on the go. She worked for 13 years on the Coventry Telegraph as a feature writer and currently writes for a number of different magazines, in print and on-line. Ann is also a writing tutor running classes for adults and doing author school visits throughout the UK. Ann decided to put her years of writing experience together in her book Become A Writer – a step by step guide. Amazon link:http://www.amazon.co.uk/Become-Writer-Step-Guide/dp/1907670246 Blogs:http://annsawriter.blogspot.com