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Reigate Summer Activities

With summer holidays imminent we take a look at what’s happening in and around Reigate and Redhill this summer.

Here are our top picks:

Family- Friendly Activities

Beer Bop a Lula

Surreys’ Beer and Music Festival 19th – 21st July

Held in the beautiful grounds of Reigate’s Priory Park and playing host to international artists and local bands it promises to be a great day out for all the family. With a 100+ varieties of beers, ciders and craft lagers on offer, children’s entertainers to keep the kids amused, face painting, silent disco and an array of festival street food, what’s not to enjoy!

Beer Bop a lula

Birdbox Trail at Redhill Memorial Park

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council’s Greenspaces team have teamed up with the ‘Men in Sheds’ project and talented local artists to create an imaginative, colourful bird box trail at Memorial Park in Redhill.

Download your trail PDF here

Reigate Caves

Saturday 10th August 10am-4pm

Explore the underground history of Reigate as the Reigate Caving team open the caves to the public again.

Surrey Fire and Rescue Open Day

Saturday 20th July 10am-4pm

Surrey Fire and Rescue Service opens up its Reigate headquarters. This free entry event is a fun and informative day for children and adults alike and was attended by over 4,000 people last year!

National Trust

Known for having some great activities going on across a number of properties in the local area:

Polseden Lacy

plays host to summer crafting and giant games in the orchard. Weekdays (excluding Bank Holiday Monday), 23 July-31 August, 10am-3pm £2.50 per craft.

Polesden Lacy

Explore the Surrey Hills at Hindhead Common

Borrow a tracker pack from the visitor centre with binoculars, compass and tracker sheet and explore the natural world from Hindhead to the Devil’s Punch Bowl.

Music and Entertainment

Tim Hain performing live at The Cage, Reigate

Saturday 3rd August from 9pm

LOSE THE BLUES! Local legend, guitarist singer-songwriter Tim Hain comes to the Cage.

Tim Hain

Lyngo Theatre present Egg and Spoon at the Harlequin Theatre, Redhill

Round off the summer holidays for little ones with some interactive theatre.

Further Afield

Denbies Wine Estate

Also well worth checking out are the family events at Denbies Wine Estate, from Wild Wednesday animal handling experiences to Teddy Bear train rides and storytelling.

Wimbledon Park Food Festival

Bank holiday weekend 24th – 26th August

Make a weekend of it with 50 specialist stallholders and DJ’s performing on the Saturday and Sunday night.

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So there you have it, a starter for ten on keeping the family busy over the holidays!

Happy Summer break from all the team at Your Marketing Team!