Rosie Tells Tales

Trails and tales

Join renowned storyteller Rosie Hudson for a special Cyclefest feast of interactive tales, activities and games that will fire young imaginations and keep little minds occupied for hours!

Story Building

Let your imagination run wild with interactive story building games and activities inspired by the Milntown estate. Come together and create Cyclefest’s first Dinner Table Fables.

Bear Hunt Bonanza

Children are invited to create and fashion their own pair of binoculars to become explorers of Milntown Estate! Armed with extraordinary vision, our young adventurers can now take part in a Bear Hunt Bonanza in the Enchanted Woods.

Magic Wand Wizard Yoga

Forage and fashion your own magic wand, and take part in a silly wizard yoga session. Stretch, sing and learn spells to exercise your imagination and transform yourself into some familiar fairy tale friends.

About Rosie

Trails and tales

Rosie has inspired young authors and a love of stories under the pseudonym Rosie Tells Tales since 2010, when she created the Mini Make Believe storytelling adventure series at Somerset House. Since then she has carved a career in ‘Imagination Education’ and her interactive tales, activities and games have been experienced by thousands of children and grownup kids alike.

She has designed and delivered workshops along side illustrator of The Gruffalo Axel Scheffler, for Judith Kerr’s The Tiger Who Came to Tea Live in the West End and Museums and Galleries including The Imperial War Museum and The Courtauld Gallery. As well as being a regular face hosting family festivals and touring UK primary schools with creative campaigns.

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