October Half Term
Here’s what’s on!
Fun sessions and parties for all ages throughout the school holidays!
Come along to this fun and interactive crafty session for children aged 2 to 4 years old.
As Halloween is just around the corner, we will be making ‘Funny Monster Masks’ and exploring why monsters are cool!
Family Fun Halloween Party!
Let’s get spooky!!
Join us for a fiendishly fun party for all the family.
Fun, games, crafts, disco and loads of spooky fun – there is something for everyone (including a fully licensed bar for the grown up’s)
Dressing up is all part of the fun, and there will be a prize for every child and adult who comes in fancy dress.
There will be our usual yummy coffee and cake available, plus giant hot dogs for anyone who’s peckish.
The party will finish at 8.30 but the cafe will be open until 10pm for anyone who wishes to stay for a few drinks (kids welcome to stay)
Come along to this fun and interactive crafty session for children aged 7 to 12 years old.
As Halloween is just around the corner, we will be making ‘Rainbow Spiders and Webs’ using different techniques and materials.
Drop In Craft Sessions
Drop in and enjoy some creative time!
Get the kids away from their screens and using their imaginations with any of our wide variety of craft kits.
Our friendly staff will be on hand with any ideas or help needed.
Various times available throughout the week.
Come along to this fun and interactive crafty session for children aged 4 to 6 years old.
As Halloween is just around the corner, we will be making ‘Spooky Sock Spiders’ and even the web for them to sit on!
Read and Create
Join us for this fun session where we will be making reading a gorgeous story book and making crafts inspired by the story.
Plus you get to take a copy of the book home to enjoy again and again!!
We will be reading;
Hibernation Hotel by John Kelly
“It’s time for Bear to hibernate, but he just can’t get to sleep because his cave is crowded with all of his friends. Raccoon snores, Beaver fidgets, and Skunk doesn’t exactly smell too good. So Bear gets a great idea and reserves a room at the Hibernation Hotel. “This is the life!” he exclaims, eating all the snacks he wants and bouncing up and down on the bed. But for some reason, at bedtime, he still can’t sleep. Could something be missing?”