A children's playground on the land of a country house is reopening in time for the February half term after its yearly winter closure.

Youngsters can once again explore the outdoor playground at Stonor Park's Tumblestone Hollow, complete with slides, high-level walkways, and zipwires from February 10 to 18.

The 'Magic Spring' feature, opened last year, offers stepping stones, sluice gates, and hand pumps.

Lord Camoys, custodian of Stonor Park, said: "After being cooped up for much of the winter, the February half term is a great time for everyone in the family to get out and about in the fresh air, burn off some energy, and explore with loved ones in a truly magical setting."

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Visitors will also be able to enjoy Stonor's formal gardens, the deer herd, and the ancient Stone Circle.

Lord Camoys added: "With the beautiful formal gardens at Stonor also open to ticket holders, there really is something for every family member and all ages - from the smallest to the most grown-up adventurers.

"After Halloween, Tumblestone Hollow is closed for its yearly maintenance so when February comes around, we’re really excited to open up the gates and hear the sounds of happy families."

The Rumble Hut offers freshly-made woodfired pizzas, burgers, Italian gelato, and hot chocolate.

Tickets for Tumblestone Hollow adventure days start from £8, and annual memberships - which include unlimited visits and discount on food and drinks, are also available, starting from £31.50.

For more information and ticket booking, visit the Stonor Park website.