Spray The Whale

Family Event
Sun 30th May 2021 to Sun 30th May 2021
Come and spray the whale with us! Hull, East Yorkshire
Free with admission.

We're teaming up with local artists Spray Creative to create a huge mural and we need your assistance, so come along with your little ones and help us 'Spray The Whale'! 

Constable Moby has a long and intriguing history here at Burton Constable and what better way is there to celebrate it than contributing to a lasting piece of artwork which will go on display in the Whale Barn? 

What's more is that we'll be introducing 'Stable Stalls' to our North Courtyard. We're inviting a mixture of local independent businesses to showcase their products for a little retail therapy. 

The Courtyard Kitchen will also be open serving take-away foods, refreshments and alcohol. Stables Kitchen will also be in full swing! 

Plus, you can visit the 60ft sperm whale skeleton and learn about its past, as well as venturing to the site of Constable Moby in our Woodland. 

The above activity and access to Stable Stalls will be included with your admission ticket. Please, book online and bring your proof of purchase with you on the day. 

Event Information:

Date - 30th May

Time -10am-5pm. 

Annual Pass Membership holders - Free

Blue Light Card holders - 'Grounds Only' ticket 10% off & 'Hall & Grounds' ticket 50% off admission from 18th May. 

This is an outdoor event and Covid-19 guidelines will apply. Ongoing assessments will be made up until and on the day of the event. 

In the event of adverse weather, we do have a contingency to move the activities indoors.


Contact Information:

Joel Peart - Marketing & Events Manager - joelpeart@burtonconstable.com

General enquiries: 01964 508160 - enquiries@burtonconstable.com 

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