17 Mar 2016
It's our final event for British Science Week this Saturday, but that's not nearly all that's going on...
We start the weekend with three hours of mini-rocket making down at the Pheasantry on Saturday. This should be a brilliant, fun event with the chance to be really creative and learn a little bit of easy science as well. Rockets cost £2 each to make, and we'll be open from 11am-2pm.
We're hosting the Sport Relief Mile Run on Sunday morning, with the 3 and 6 mile runs starting at 11am and the Sport Relief Mile itself at midday. Registration is open at the Pheasantry from 10.30am.
The longer runs will go through the park and around the deer park, so if you're about on Sunday morning please watch out for runners and make extra sure you've got dogs under control (ideally on a lead) just in case.
Haddo Children's Theatre had their first performance of their musical 'Henry The Tudor Dude' last night and there are another three performances on over the weekend.
Depending on how busy we are next week this might be our last blog before Easter Sunday. Please remember that if you've not got your parking pass (and it's not clearly displayed) you won't be allowed into Haddo with your vehicle at all. There will also be no access to Haddo via the estate roads so all vehicles will have to enter and leave via the main gate.
The forecast is nice and dry for the next week and we're hoping everything will go well on the day, but this is the first time we've tried the parking pass system so please bear with us while we try to get everyone safely parked and make sure you al have a fantastic day.
You can get full details of everything that's going on over the Easter weekend by clicking on Events at the top of this page.