LOVE may well be in the air at this country house this half-term holiday which has a Valentine's vibe this year.

Hanbury Hall near Droitwich, managed by the National Trust, is playing host to a family adventure this February half-term between Saturday, February 10 and Sunday, February 18.

Mark Valentine’s Day by making your own cupid’s arrow quiver in the Long Gallery, inspired by the Sir James Thornhill wall paintings inside the Hall.

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A National Trust spokesperson said: "Take your quiver home and spread the love around just as cupid would have done.

"The crafts cost £2 per child and are available 11am-3pm throughout half-term. No pre-booking is needed.

"Inside the Hall, discover 300 years of history and check out a new exhibition that explores winter folktales, from Wassailing to the legend of Jack Frost. See if you can find all the knitted mice hidden inside the historic rooms."

"Look out for signs of spring as you enjoy the crisp air on a peaceful stroll in the gardens. You’ll find clusters of snowdrops tucked away along Cedar Walk and in Kyte’s Orchard.

Follow a winter folklore trail and find out more about the folklore around snowdrops, Shrove Tuesday and weather, while completing activities including skipping and bird watching.

Take the children to the adventure playground to run, play and discover the great outdoors. Explore the historic parkland on three-waymarked walking routes and admire views of the Worcestershire countryside.

The Courtyard Kitchen restaurant and dog-friendly Stables Café are also open, offering a range of tasty warm meals, cakes, and hot and cold drinks.