Dennis the Menace will be celebrating 70 years since his first appearance in the Beano comics this year, and families can join in on the fun! That’s because Kew Gardens and Wakehurst will both be marking the milestone in style with a ‘Big Bonanza’ just in time for the Easter holidays. (At the time of writing, England’s lockdown roadmap sets out that outdoor attractions can reopen from April 12). There will be plenty of fun along the away from a giant 3D Beano comic strip to some delicious edible treats, as well as an interactive trail where you can join Dennis and his friends on a mission to protect bananas. Oh, and of course there’s plenty of mischief along the way – including the likes of whoopie cushion stepping stones! The bulk of the action will take place at Kew Gardens in London, where you’ll find the epic Beano-inspired trick. Families will be invited to join Dennis and Minnie the Minx in a bid to thwart evil Dr Gloom from threatening the future of their beloved bananas on an interactive trail where they can discover the slimy, sticky, smelly and sneaky plants that can help them along the way! Oh,… Read full this story
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