Phoebe the Apprentice Ranger: Production shots

Posted on August 9th, 2018

Photograph of adults and children standing on top of benches.

This week Coney launched a brand new family adventure: Phoebe the Apprentice Ranger, commissioned by Polesden Lacey National Trust. Opening day was fully booked with families, and we’re delighted so many people came along to share the adventure and help Phoebe with her ranger missions in the grounds.

Introducing Phoebe the Apprentice Ranger and her boss, Lenny. 

It’s been a wonderful journey making this project over the last few weeks, with endless things to discover about Polesden Lacey, the natural world and the Countryside Code. So we thought we’d share a few pictures of our favourite places and pictures, along with a few things we’ve learnt about them.

All photos © Eddie Hyde Photography ARPS

You can play Phoebe the Apprentice Ranger at Polesden Lacey National Trust from now until 26th August, at various times from Wednesday – Sunday each day. The adventure is included in entry to Polesden Lacey; find out more here, and perhaps we’ll see you soon!


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