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Campfire Tales
Campfire Tales

Campfire Tales

Join us in celebrating the joys of togetherness, the thrill of musical storytelling, and the magic of sitting beside a campfire.

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Time & Location

01 Jun 2024, 16:00 – 17:00

Burrs Country Park, Woodhill Rd, Bury BL8 1DA, UK

About the Activity

Embark on a magical journey of captivating storytelling, marvellous live music,  and stupendous  songs with the League of Curiosity’s ‘Campfire Tales’.

Join two of the League's finest travelling storytellers, Prof Jigget and Trebleton, around a warming campfire, to hear stories of magic, mayhem, and nonsense.

Each story is told with live music and original songs to take you on a sonic journey of imagination.

Imagine the scene:  Within the picturesque Burrs Country Park, the air is filled with a sense of mystery and anticipation. As the sun sets and the stars begin to twinkle, families from all around gather around a crackling campfire, embracing the coziness and joy that only a campfire can bring.

'Oooh - Toasty!'

But that's not all!

Prepare to be captivated as Professor Jigget and Professor Trebelton from The League of Curiosity take centre stage and lead you to their campsite.  With a storytelling prowess that has enthralled audiences for years, the professors will weave a tapestry of family folk tales and stories that span generations.  Each musical tale is carefully chosen to evoke laughter, spark curiosity, and ignite the flames of imagination in both young and old.

'Can't beat a good ole fashioned campfire tale!'

And let's not forget the treats!

As you listen to these enchanting tales, you'll be sipping on a warm and comforting drink, perfect for the season. And what's a campfire without the quintessential delight of S'mores? Indulge in gooey marshmallows and rich chocolate sandwiched between biscuits – a culinary delight that perfectly complements the magic of storytelling.

Join us in celebrating the joys of togetherness, the thrill of musical storytelling, and the magic of sitting beside a campfire at night.

Get your tickets now for an adventure that promises laughter, wonder, and cherished memories.

Limited places are available, so act fast!

Funded by the National Lottery's Heritage Fund, this event is free to access - however, please only reserve a ticket if you intend to participate.

Should you want to help support The Sunnywood Project's work by making a voluntary contribution, the suggested donation is £5.

Travel to and from the event along the East Lancashire Railway, using their discounted Family Explorer or Day Rover tickets.


As a non-profit, charitable organisation, dedicated to using the outdoors to enrich lives, The Sunnywood Project is seeking support from business sponsorship to enable the organisation to grow ‘Sunnywood Fest’ over the next three years to become one of the country’s best family-friendly festivals promoting use of the outdoors for mental, physical and social wellbeing.

If you haven’t joined us before, check out this video to get a sense of what we’re about.

Any businesses that would like to sponsor the growth of Sunnywood Fest should contact the Directors on:

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