Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Take the Dragon Trail at Bransby Horses this Spring

Brave boys and girls can burn off some energy and enjoy a day outdoors when they take part in the ‘Train Your Dragon’ activity now running until April 30 at Bransby Horses, just north of Lincoln.

With clues hidden along the visitor walkways, which are pushchair and wheelchair friendly, they can joust their way along this magical trail to collect courage and train their dragon.

Entry to the equine welfare charity, based just outside of Lincoln, is free and there is no need to book, simply ask in the Gift Shop on arrival.

Activities are £3.50 per child which includes a prize at the end.

Why Not Make a Day of It

After all that running around families can warm-up in the Bransby Horses Café which serves refreshments to eat in or takeaway including English breakfast, afternoon teas and plenty of delicious cake choices.

The cafe is open 10am – 4pm. Hot food is served until 2.45pm and hot drinks and cake are served until 3.45pm.

Charity Shop

The Donated Goods and Tack Shop are also open and filled with pre-loved bargains. Bransby Horses is always happy to take donations for the shop from which every penny of profit made goes directly back to paying for the charity’s equine rescue and welfare work.

Bransby Horses is open Wednesday to Sunday 10am – 4pm and during school holidays it is open seven days a week, Monday to Sunday, 10am – 4pm.

Find all this and more at Bransby Horses, Bransby, Lincoln, LN1 2PH.

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