Burtoni’s Cucina - Make, Bake & Take-away Pizza for Kids!

Stables Event
Tue 18th February 2020 to Thu 20th February 2020
Pizza making at Burton constable
£10 per child

We’ve teamed up with Beverley Pizza Co. to deliver an educational, fun & rewarding activity for the next generation of aspiring chefs! 


Attendees will get creative by personalising their chef hats & takeaway pizza boxes, as well as educating themselves on the origins & ingredients of pizza before creating their preferred pizza to bake & take-away.

 

All major dietary requirements catered for - if specialist, please notify upon booking.


All ingredients & equipment are provided. 

Limited to 18 spaces per class. 

All participants must be accompanied by a paying adult. Adult Grounds admission tickets to be purchased upon day of arrival.

 

For any further information or queries, please contact: enquiries@burtonconstable.com or call 01964 562400


Prices: 

£10 per child, per class. (5- 12 years)* supervision exceptions can be made.

 

Price includes Grounds & Stables admission & access to other activities. 

Must be accompanied by paying adult(s) - admission fee (£6.95).

 

Maximum 3 children per adult.

 

Additional grounds admission fees: adults -£6.95 & children - £3.95 under 5s - Free


Dates & Class Times:


February Half-Term

Tuesday 18th: 

11am - 12:15pm

12:45pm - 2pm

2:15pm - 3:30pm

Wednesday 19th: 

11am - 12:15pm

12:45pm - 2pm

2:15pm - 3:30pm

Thursday 20th: 

11am - 12:15pm

12:45pm - 2pm

2:15pm - 3:30pm


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