Fancy a holiday with a difference? The National Trust has designed a family short break holiday that combines conservation tasks with other fun activities for adults and kids such as bushcraft skills, den building and geocaching. Perfect for families with children aged 6-16 and a great way to make new friends and to spend quality time with the family. Accommodation is in a Trust bunkhouse with the exception of Craflwyn which is camping.
Family working holidays are available at the following National Trust Centres:
Stackpole Estate: 2 – 5 April – conservation tasks plus canoeing and kayaking; 28 – 31 May – conservation work on beaches, woods and paths, campfire, mountain biking & kayaking
Brancaster, Norfolk Coast: 6 – 11 April – explore the coast, relax on a longboat, muddy harbour ramble and help keep sands litter free; 27 July to 1 August – conservation work plus sailing, sweep netting along the dunes, photograpy
Craflwn: 28 May to 31 May – conservation tasks plus bushcraft skills and river scrambling
Yorkshire Dales: 23 to 26 August – drystone walling, tree and path maintenance, geocaching