February Half Term @ Manor Walks- Fun filled family activities

@ Manor Walks, Cramlington

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15 February 2018 - 17 February 2018

Manor Walks Cramlington has got family fun covered this February Half Term, every day of the week! On Thursday 15th February, animal fans can take part in the centre’s Amazing Mini Beasts session, led by Steve’s Animal Ark, in Centre Mall outside Boots, between 10am until 4pm. Children can meet and even hold stick and leaf insects, grasshoppers, beetles, spiders as well as snakes and a lizard.

On Friday 16th February children visiting Manor Walks can pop by Centre Mall from 10am to 2pm to receive a free glitter tattoo and get creative with some mini beasts inspired crafts. While on Saturday 17th February from 10am to 2pm the fun continues in Centre Mall with free face painting and colouring in.

Plus, there’s lots more exciting activities lined up for families to enjoy. Why not make a day of it with free parking available. Browse over 100 shops or get active at Concordia Leisure Centre by trying out their Clip ‘n’ Climb climbing wall, score a strike while bowling, have a splash in the pool or check out the softplay. After working up an appetite visitors can choose from a range of mouth-watering family-friendly offers at Manor Walks’ host of restaurants – including Nando’s, Prezzo, Frankie & Benny’s and Glass House – and catch the latest blockbusters at the state of the art Vue at Manor Walks.

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