Wallace and Gromit Tea Jubilee

Wallace & Gromit have teamed up with the National Trust for a summer of celebration, kicking off with special Diamond Jubilee events on Monday 4th June!

Over 70 Jubilee tea parties will be held across National Trust properties, where activities will include “How to Make a Gromit” sessions held by Aardman model makers, face painting, brass bands, plus the chance to see a brand new one minute W&G animation ‘Wallace & Gromit’s Jubilee Bunt-a-thon’.

The new mini animation, A Jubilee Bunt-a-thon, features Wallace and Gromit preparing for the Jubilee weekend, hoisting up bunting around a magnificent Trust manor. If you can’t wait until June, take a sneak peek at the teaser of the animation.

To find out what’s happening near you, visit the National Trust website »

The National Trust is a UK conservation charity, protecting historic places and green spaces, and opening them up for ever, for everyone.

Read an Interview with Nick Park

Wallace and Gromit chat to the National Trust Magazine

Purchase ‘Cracking’ Party Accessories

If you’re attending a street party, or even having a Jubilee picnic, the National Trust Shop has everything you need to have a cracking good time. From tinned biscuits and crockery, to Gromit cookie cutters if you want to make your own tasty treats, there’s something for every taste!

Learn how to make a batch of Cracking Gromit Cookies – the perfect addition to your tea party table during this summer of celebration.

Even if you’re planning a weekend at home, then why not spend a night in front of the TV with the Wallace & Gromit DVD collection, featuring all 4 classic adventures. For more summer fun and gift ideas, visit the Wallace & Gromit online store »

Find more games and activities online at Wallace & Gromit and Children’s Foundation.

The following two tabs change content below.
Inga Yandell
Explorer and photo-journalist, passionate about nature, culture and travel. Combining science and conservation with investigative journalism to provide educational resources and a platform for science exploration.
Inga Yandell

Latest posts by Inga Yandell (see all)