Manor Walks Cramlington is offering a range of free fun-filled events for the whole family during the school holidays.
The fun starts on Saturday 10th February when children can pop along to Manor Walks’ Centre Mall between 10am and 2pm to join Vue Cinema in a variety of games including guess the number of popcorn kernels in the pot as well as colouring in.
On Pancake Day, Tuesday 13th February, Autism Northumberland are holding a special pancake making event between 2pm and 3pm at their room in Dudley Court, Manor Walks for children with autism. This is a free event but places are limited, so families need to book in advance with Autism Northumberland via firstname.lastname@example.org.
The half term fun continues in Centre Mall on Wednesday 14th February when Glass House Cramlington hosts a family-friendly mocktail masterclass between 12pm – 2pm. This is a great opportunity for children to discover a new favourite soft drink.
On Thursday 15th February children will have the opportunity to meet some of nature’s creepy crawlies and reptiles when Steve’s Animal Ark comes to Centre Mall, outside Boots.
Children can take part in Steve’s Amazing Minibeasts session between 10am until 4pm to get up close to the animals. If they are feeling brave enough they can handle stick and leaf insects, grasshoppers, beetles, spiders as well as snakes and a lizard.
Families who love being creative can pop by Centre Mall from 10am to 2pm on Friday 16th February to receive a free glitter tattoo and join in with some minibeasts inspired crafts.
While on Saturday 17th February from 10am to 2pm the fun continues in Centre Mall with free face painting, colouring in and lots of other activities. To find out more go to www.manorwalks.co.uk.
Bruno Coppola, General Manager at Manor Walks Shopping Centre, said: “We are looking forward to delighting our customers with a range of fantastic free family-friendly events during February half term. We have worked hard with our partners to reward families with a range of surprising experiences. We hope families will come more often and stay longer, taking advantage of the ample free parking.
“There’s definitely something for everyone, from watching a film on the biggest screen in the North East at the state of the art Vue Cinema to enjoying soft play, swimming or Clip ‘n Climb at Concordia Leisure Centre or a enjoying a meal at one of our many restaurants such as Nando’s, Prezzo, Frankie & Benny’s or Glass House.”
For advice on how to get to Manor Walks please visit www.manorwalks.co.uk/visitor-info/getting-here.