Experience a Fleecy February at Land’s End this half-term and meet favourite characters from the world of Shaun the Sheep.
The westernmost point in Cornwall is the location for a weeklong event (February 11-19) celebrating the creations of Aardman, the multi-award winning studio behind Wallace & Gromit, Shaun the Sheep, Morph and many more.
Land’s End’s very own Shaun the Sheep Experience will be open daily throughout half-term offering young visitors the chance to meet life-sized versions of favourite characters like Timmy, Bitzer the Dog and, of course, Shaun himself.
Children will also be able to challenge themselves by completing the free Aardman Trail and winning themselves a chocolate treat.
"It's a great chance for the family to meet Shaun the Sheep and the whole flock for games of 'Shirley's hiccups' and to make 'pigsty mud pies'."
David Bryans, general manager at Land's End
David Bryans, general manager at Land’s End, said:
“Spring time’s just around the corner so we’ve gone all woolly this half-term with our Fleecy February event.
“It’s a great chance for the family to meet Shaun the Sheep and the whole flock for games of ‘Shirley’s hiccups’ and to make ‘pigsty mud pies’.”
Land’s End’s exciting attractions will also be open during the event, giving visitors the chance to tackle Arthur’s Quest and experience 4D cinema with dinosaur adventure movie ‘The Lost World’.
Find out more at www.landsend-landmark.co.uk where you can book attractions tickets and save 10%. Also visit Facebook: facebook.com/landsendlandmark or Twitter: @VisitLandsEnd.
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