|PRICES - April 2016.
These remain very
|Adult||any number of 10-16 yr olds plus 2 adults||Up to 2 (contact if more) aged 10-16 yr + 1 adult||Student / unwaged|
|"On the Door" ticket prices|
|............. A Full Daytime 9am - 6pm. ..............
Sat 23rd April : Sun 24th April : Mon 25th Apr.
For children on short visits: a token payment.
£1 or £2 is sufficient when (grand)children
are brought on a visit for Morris & Maypole.
|Any Full Evening (Fri*, Sat, Sun)||£9||£20||£12||£6|
|Friday Afternoon only*||£7||£12||£6||£5|
|Friday Afternoon & Evening*||£15||£30||£17||£10|
|* Friday at 6pm, we'll sit at tables for a fairly simple meal of your choice. [Served with vegetables or a salad]. Don't turn-up, just hoping for something to eat. PLEASE type now, AT LEAST your main preference on the form. C = Chicken roast quarter & jacket. V = Vegetarian filling in a jacket. Form/details:HERE: BOOKING SHEET too. Fast Pay Service // or cheque alternatives. Please FILL IN. Pay by FPS & email // or print, enclose cheque: post.|
|SAVE YOURSELF MONEY - Prepay for a season ticket - "Early Bird" gives greatest saving!
"Season Ticket" covers all Long Weekend activities starting Friday 1pm through to the end of Mon afternoon. Season tkt includes NO meals: nor any overnight stay. For any overnight: essential to tel Paul: 0121 789 1802
|"Early Bird" Season Ticket.
Best to - SEND-IN & GET ONE!
Completed form MUST be received by Weds following Easter:
ie WAS by midnight on Wednesday 30th March.
Before DEADLINE - click on LATER BIRD page above.
PAY AS FORM EXPLAINS, by FPS (BACS) bank transfer:
EMAIL (attach) the COMPLETED FORM.
Else: Fill-in form: Print hardcopy: Post it with a cheque.
|Later Bird Season Ticket
payment to be received by Friday 15th April
Pay it NOW - by FPS (BACS) bank transfer or cheque.
|"On the Door" Season Ticket||£50||£90||£45||£40|
|For EACH stay overnight please add this - Per person(s)
In hall or a Caravan, Campervan etc. for each night.
For all on-site stays, whether out or inside.
Keeps ticket price low, yet balances the on-site
proportionately greater use that's made of the hall.