Peter Rabbit- Hopping good family fun
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04 April 2018
11am, 12noon, 1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm
Come along to Manor Walks, Cramlington this April to listen to some well-loved tales that have captivated generations of readers! On Wednesday 4th April, fans of Beatrix Potter’s mischievous hero can see Peter Rabbit during story time sessions, led by a narrator, in the Centre Mall outside Boots at 11am, 12noon, 1.30pm, 2.30pm and 3.30pm. There will be opportunities to take photos of the iconic rabbit during the story time sessions. Pre-book a free RSVP ticket online at www.manorwalks.co.uk from Monday 12th March to guarantee your chance to see Peter Rabbit at Manor Walks, Cramlington. A limited number of spaces will also be available of the day on a first come first, served basis.
Plus, there’s loads of free, exciting craft and family activities lined up for visitors to enjoy during Easter. Why not make a day of it with free parking available? Catch a range of family films at the state of the art Vue, which features the North East’s largest screen, at Manor Walks. Visitors can also enjoy a range of mouth-watering family-friendly offers at Manor Walks’ host of restaurants – including Nando’s, Prezzo and Frankie & Benny’s – with something on the menu for everyone. While at Manor Walks 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. For more information about Manor Walks’ activities this Easter visit, www.manorwalks.co.uk.
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