(Tatton Park, Knutsford, WA16 6SG)
Tractor Ted, the UK’s favourite little green tractor, will be rolling into Tatton Park bringing his unique blend of real life farm fun to local families, as part of his summer tour around the country.
Making a special guest appearance, for one day only, Tractor Ted on Tour
is an exciting day out for all the family… an event not be missed by any little farm fans!
Tatton Park will be hosting a specially created Tractor Ted area which is certain to keep children entertained for hours – yet can still fit in the back of a van!…
The larger-than life, giant inflatable Tractor Ted Bouncy Castle, will get little ones bouncing, climbing and sliding, while the Digger Den lets them play at being a farmer by scooping balls with their toy diggers. The whole family can compete in a game of Welly Wanging, to see who can score the most points – as well as an Activity Trail to explore and discover some fun farm facts and a Life-sized Jigsaw to get everyone puzzling!
The fun starts at (12noon) and runs until (3pm)
For more information on Tractor Ted check out:
ABOUT TRACTOR TED
Tractor Ted, the UK’s favourite little green tractor, was born back in 2002, when Alexandra Heard, mum of three young children, found them fascinated by real life tractors.
Realising that there was nothing available that showed farming machines working on the farm, Alexandra met up with her childhood friend, David Horler who had his own working farm. Together they created Tractor Ted, a children’s farming character who captivates, entertains and educates young children with his exciting stories of real life farm adventures and discovery.
The series of films and books take children on a wonderful journey into the British countryside, where they can learn about big machines, how to look after animals, where our food comes from and the seasons.
Tractor Ted is with children every step of the way, encouraging them and always making sure everything turns out well. From this incredibly popular series has come an entire Tractor Ted world for pre-school children, including books, gifts, clothing, homeware, live events and visitor attractions.
Tractor Ted is loved by a range of celebrities including Kate Humble, Clare Balding and Ben Fogle who says:
“I love watching Tractor Ted with my son and daughter – it makes for great family viewing. Even living in a city, as we do, it connects us with the countryside and rural life, which is very important.”
About Tatton Park
Tatton Park is managed and financed by Cheshire East Council on behalf of the National Trust. This impressive historic estate receives in the region of 800,000 visitors every year all of whom come to enjoy its neo-classical Mansion, medieval Old Hall, award-winning Gardens and working Farm. The 1,000-acre deer park is home to red and fallow deer and the estate also boasts speciality shops, an adventure playground, restaurants and a year-round events programme. www.tattonpark.org.uk