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Roctober comes to Painswick

Where: Rococo Gardens, Painswick

When: Until 4 November, 10.30am - 5pm

If you're not in the 'rock painting' know, it's a fabulous phenomenon sweeping the country. Parents and children (let's face it, some of the parents are enjoying it the most!) create rock-based masterpieces and hide them in parks or tourist spots for others to find.

Painswick's Rococo Gardens are running a special offer during 'Roctober' where children bringing painted rocks will be admitted completely free of charge. The Garden is perfect for children to explore and on their journey from the quirky Red House, past the Hidden Hollow play area to the Pigeon House with the hidden staircase, they can do some rock hunting too!

Your furry family members needn't miss out on all the fun either, as the Rococo Garden welcomes well-behaved dogs.

With easy, free parking and delicious homemade cakes and freshly-ground coffee, a visit to the Garden will be a stress-free day out.

It really is that simple: one rock = one free child admission!

The offer applies every day, 10.30am - 5pm (last admission 4.30pm) up to and including Sunday 4th November.

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