Waybuloo children’s TV show roadshow heading to Sheringham Park
The hugely successful CBeebies children's TV series Waybuloo is hitting the road this summer to take a life-size Pipling's home on a tour of National Trust places including Sheringham Park.
Shown daily on CBeebies, Waybuloo is an enchanting series featuring the gentle adventures of four 'Pipling' characters as they explore the harmonious world around them.
As the specially-created structure visits National Trust places, the show's young fans can follow a 'peeka' trail to discover and play inside a Pipling's home, which are usually situated in the beautiful world of Nara.
While the characters themselves won't be on tour, children can experience the inside of their specially-adapted Pipling home, which will feature activities for young visitors to interact with. Children can explore their artistic talent with the art easel, make a noise with the musical chimes and get creative with the building blocks as well as enjoy the brightly coloured slide.
The roadshow is at Sheringham Park from September 14-20 where there will also be 'drop in' craft activities and story time in the mornings, with further activities such as pond dipping or minibeast hunts in the afternoons.
Set in the tranquil beauty of National Trust nature reserves and parks, it's hoped the Pipling pod will bring new magic to these outdoor spaces for younger visitors; introducing them to a world of birds, trees and buglife – just as they would see in Nara.
To avoid disappointment, parents are advised that there is a maximum height restriction of 4ft and / or age restriction of seven years for children to enter the Pipling's Pod.
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