There’s no such thing as bad weather, merely a British summer! Who needs blazing hot sunshine when we’ve got so many weatherproof activities to enjoy at and around Seaview.
What’s on at Seaview Holiday Village
We’ll be hosting weatherproof entertainment for children every day of the week, with activities including messy mornings, sing and shake, Sandy’s story time, nutty professor’s science club, face paint frenzy, arts and crafts, photo treasure hunt and a sports club with giant jenga, giant connect 4, tin can alley, bean bag toss and giant snakes and ladders. There’s plenty to enjoy at the indoor pool too, including water walkerz and aqua jets.
In your caravan
Edit some of those photos you’ve taken on your phone. We all take 100s of photos when we’re on holiday, so this is your chance to delete the ones you don’t want and soup up your favourites. Download an app such as Snapseed, which is free and let’s you do amazing things with your images.
Banish boredom with board games. And if you’ve tired of the games you brought with you, why not put your heads together and design your own? You don’t even need to finish it – coming up with the story, characters and rules can keep you entertained for ages. Create your own cartoon character. If your kids are in love with Ladybug or think Peppa Pig is perfect, challenge them to create their own cartoon hero, and a story for them to take part in.
Teach your tots a new skill. From tying a lace to tying a knot, knitting to knowing how to cook, there are loads of simple skills you can pass down with a little spare time.
Rockpooling’s great fun whatever the weather. Talland Bay and Hannafore Beach near Looe are two brilliant spots with craggy pools where you’ll find lots of surprises.
The award-winning Eden Project has two giant biomes that are home to a rainforest and a Mediterranean landscape. This fascinating attraction also has events and displays taking place throughout the year.
If you’ve ever wondered what it must be like to face a judge and jury, the Courtroom Experience in Bodmin reveals all. This interactive experience drops you into the heart of a trial and asks you to give your verdict – will you agree with the real-life finding?
Dive into the fascinating history of shipwrecks off the Cornish coast with a visit to the centre at Charlestown, which has the largest exhibition of artifacts recovered by divers on public display in the UK.
You can walk through underground tunnels used by clay trucks to deliver their load to ships, and experience scenes of village life from the past. St Austell’s famous brewery tells the fascinating stories of Cornish families behind the region’s pubs, beers, wines and spirits. Sample the drinks and enjoy home cooked pub food and snacks.
Discover how the China Clay industry shaped Cornwall with a visit to the UK’s only China Clay heritage centre. Set within two former Victorian Clay works, Wheal Martyn features ancient buildings and a vast collection of artifacts and vintage commercial vehicles. There also a modern clay pit being worked by massive machines – you may even see (or hear) blasting in the pit.
Hat tip, thanks to lifesure.co.uk/blog for some of the caravan activities.