FAMILIES looking for ways to get outside over the summer are being invited to play 'hide and seek' with Thornton Hall County Park, Thornton-in-Craven.

The award winning visitor attraction is hiding tickets in around Skipton, Barnoldswick and Earby. And those who fined them, using clues announced on its social media, will get free entry to the farm park during the summer holidays.

A family business, Thornton Hall Country Park has been run by the Harrison family for more than 15 years with current owners Chris and Emma Harrison being the fourth generation of Harrisons to farm there.

Emma said: "As a family business, we wanted to introduce our very own park mascots and who better to model them on than our very own children Anna and Bradley. We understand the financial pressures for families and are committed to include as much as possible as part of our visitor’s entry ticket price. Our ‘hide and seek’ campaign allows us to go one step further to give our wonderful visitors something extra.”

Find the clues at @thorntonhallcountrypark.