Houghall Spring Show & Open Day 2018 - Sun 20th May, 10am - 4pm
Sunday, May 20, 2018
The Houghall Spring Show & Open Day returns for 2018!
Following the massive success of 2017's event, East Durham College is delighted to announce that the Houghall Spring Show, in Durham, is returning in 2018!
The event will be held at the Durham-based campus on Sunday 20th May 2018 between 10am and 4pm.
A GREAT DAY OUT FOR ALL THE FAMILIY
Entry is only £2 per person (parking and under 1s are free) and there are loads of fascinating demonstrations and lots of free activities throughout the day, including:
- Look round our brand new small animal care centre and see our snakes, lizards, tortoises and small mammals
- Equine displays
- Floristry demonstrations
- Hanging basket making demonstrations
- Sheep shearing demos
- See our farm yard animals: cows & calves, pigs & piglets and our sheep
- Durham Falconry birds of prey
- Have a go on our free zip line with our tree surgery team
- Punch & Judy shows
- Face painting and balloon modelling
- Craft demonstrations from our short course tutor
- Free Children's craft activities
Also available at an extra charge:
- Plant sale
- Charity and trade stands to browse
- Numerous fairground rides (details TBC)
- Diggerland game
- Refreshments & Ice Cream
East Durham College's Houghall Campus, Durham. Please click on the How to find us page to see a map and directions.
The Houghall Campus is situated on the A177, just south of Durham, near Shincliffe. Visitors are welcome to bring their dogs.
The day also gives visitors a great opportunity to find out more about Houghall and the wide range of full and part time courses on offer, including Agriculture, Animal Care, Arboriculture & Forestry, Countryside Management, Dog Grooming, Equine Horse Care Studies, Floristry, Horticulture and Veterinary Nursing.
For more information on the open day, please contact the Houghall Campus on:
0191 375 4700 or firstname.lastname@example.org
*Event activities subject to change.
Personal Safety Notice:
Please wash your hands after being in animal areas and before consuming food and drink.
Please don’t touch any livestock.
Please keep your dog on a lead at all times and don’t take dogs in any animal areas.
Please don’t enter the sheep related areas if you are pregnant.
Please don’t climb on, or let your children climb on, any machinery.
Due to the nature of the site, some areas of this event may not be suitable for wheelchair users or people with limited mobility.