WE are halfway through the first week of the Worcester Festival (www.worcesterfestival.co.uk) already, but don’t worry, there are still plenty of activities for you get involved with!

Why not pop to Poppy’s Farm today (or any day during the Festival) for a little stroll around the new nature reserve at St. Peter’s Garden Centre and pop for a little treat at the delicious café too.

If you’re still in the mood for the great outdoors today why not visit the beautiful Spetchley Park Gardens and see their new exhibition, Sculptures in the Gardens. A collection of sculptures made by the Oxford Sculpture Group and set in the stunning surrounds of the park and gardens.

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After all that exploring why not settle down to a musical story on YouTube by The Musical Storytellers. Their tales are suitable for the whole family and the concert will be available throughout the rest of the Festival after its premier at 1pm today.

If you are in the mood for something spooky then why not book on to the Historic Ghost Walk of Worcester. Leaving the Elgar Statue at 8pm tonight this mysterious tour will lead you through the streets of Worcester and chill you with famous tales and myths surrounding local landmarks and buildings.

Tomorrow there is a rare chance to explore Diglis Island from 10am-3pm, keep your eye out for Percy the Festival Peacock as this is where he lives!

(Check out the Tales of Percy the Peacock on the Festival website to find out more about the famous bird).

If you can’t find him at home, he will be out and about in the city centre posing for photos and having a dance. Be sure to send your photos to The Worcester Festival on social media!

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