North Somerset Rainbows Visit Puxton To Celebrate 25th Anniversary
PUXTON Park has welcomed more than 500 Rainbows from North Somerset to celebrate the organisations 25th anniversary year.
The group of Rainbow Guides from across Weston-super-Mare visited the park in Hewish on September 15 and 16 in honour of celebrating their long history.
Their aim was to gain their Rainbows Big Birthday Challenge Badge where they complete various activities under the four areas of the Rainbow Jigsaw (Look, Learn, Laugh, Love) and an additional section for the Rainbows 25th birthday, Celebrate.
The youngsters were given a VIP tour of the dairy and the park; tractor rides, they met the animals and also took part in a trail around the park.
Head of Park Susie Johnson, said: "We were delighted when the Rainbows approached Puxton asking if they could visit our attraction as part of their birthday celebrations.
"Rainbows are a great organisation and we were pleased to be a part of their celebrations."
Somerset North Rainbow Adviser, Lucy Cowgill said: "We chose Puxton Park as the venue for our celebrations as the park has so much for the Rainbows to see and do there.
"The Rainbows all really enjoyed the day."
Set in the beautiful Somerset countryside the 70-acre family park is one of the largest visitor attractions in the region offering a pet village, farm animals and a falconry centre.
For play there is an indoor three-storey play barn, outdoor play with an inflatable bouncy pillow, giant castle, Puxton Little Farmers, Adrenalin Antics, tractor track, maze, adventure course, boating lake, and JCB sand pit.