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Half-term family fun in the forest

Where: Whitemead Forest Park, Forest of Dean, GL15 4LA

When: May half-term

Whitemead Forest Park, a woodland retreat tucked away in the Forest of Dean, has planned a packed schedule of family entertainment and activities for May half-term.

HIghlights include a comedy ventriloquist show with Steve Hewlett from Britain's Got Talent, an Ariana Grade tribute artist, and brand-new Crazy Carts.

With activities ranging from Wild Wild West games to teddy bear making, archery to water polo, children of all ages and interests will be sure to find something to keep them happily occupied all day long.

Fun-packed days at Whitemead give way to nightly discos, bingo and live entertainment for the whole family.

The popular family resort offers a range of accommodation, including cabins with shiny new hot tubs, as well as glamping breaks.

The activity and entertainment programmes are open to the general public, as well as park guests.

See the Whitemead website for more details.

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