Free family tree trail at Howbery Business Park for half term

Howbery Business Park is inviting families to come into its grounds during the October half term holidays, to try out its new Tree Trail. The initiative is part of its commitment to help increase environmental awareness among the local community.

Families will be able to pick up a free Tree Trail pack with map from the Manor Café from 24 to 28 October between 9am and 4pm. The trail goes round eleven of Howbery’s notable trees – a short description of each is with the map. There’s a mini hole puncher by each of the trees to punch the map, and the tree trail pack includes crayons and paper to do some tree rubbings. There’s also a small reward for completing the trail.

The grounds are open until 6pm and are only a short walk via a footpath from Crowmarsh Recreation Ground. There is a bus stop outside the site and ample free parking. Children’s snacks and lunches will be available at the Manor Café during half term week.

The tree trail will be open beyond half term too – a leaflet can be picked up from the café is open to the public on working weekdays.

About Howbery Business Park

It’s the real character of Howbery Business Park in Oxfordshire that sets it apart. Howbery Business Park’s classic tree-lined avenues and riverside setting are a far-cry from the lacklustre environments of many business parks. Set in the grounds of a former manor house on the banks of the River Thames at Wallingford, over the past 20 years the Park has developed into a thriving community – home to those businesses who want something a bit different.

The blend of old-world charm contrasts neatly with ambitious new architecture and building technologies – part of the commitment to sustainability that has become a cornerstone of Howbery Park’s vision for the future. Add to this a range of on-site amenities, and you have a formula for work-life balance that is hard to resist.

Howbery Park has created a unique sense of belonging for its tenants, with a management team dedicated to supporting growth and development.

From the smaller enterprises to the larger corporate tenants, everyone is cherished and looked after, ensuring that not only the needs of the businesses are catered for, but also those of everyone working on the Park.

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