School’s out and JLife has the perfect solution for keeping the kids active this half term (27th May – 6th June).
The biggest names in children’s entertainment including CBeebies stars Mr Bloom, Andy Day and Alex Winters will be performing in a brand new theatre at Tatton Park on 30th May. There will also be a craft marquee, circus and lots more activities for the kids to get involved with to make sure half term gets off to a great start.
Also at Tatton Park, the family birdwatch explores the world of our feathery friends. Pre-book by 3rd June and experience a walk through the woodlands, learn how to identify a range of bird species and make a recycled bird feeder to decorate your garden at home.
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For the bold and the brave, Manchester Climbing Centre holds clubs for children every school holiday to teach kids the skill and fun involved in indoor climbing. There are also family taster sessions on offer too.
Projekts Indoor Skatepark is offering beginner lessons for kids to learn a new skill this coming half term for less than £5! There’s also a school holiday skate park club for a mixed a range of abilities– ideal forgetting you out of the house and away from the TV this holiday.
No one is too young or old to get creative with paint, and The Pottery Corner studio allows the whole family to explore their artistic side. Choose from an extensive range of unglazed ceramics and let your imagination go wild! Help is on hand if you need inspiration, and the team at the studio team will glaze and fire your finished piece so you can take your creation home.
DID YOU KNOW…
…Sea Life Manchester and LEGOLAND Discovery Manchester have a special multi-attraction day ticket which is available all year round? Be transported into an underwater world or lose yourself in over two million LEGO bricks just next door. The ‘Fish & Bricks’ combi ticket, lets visitors into both attractions.