Pirate and Princess Day

@ Manor Walks, Cramlington

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11 August 2017

11am – 3pm

Ahoy there! Calling all pirates and princesses! Manor Walks and Concordia Leisure Centre are welcoming visitors to enjoy a day of family fun, at its annual Pirate and Princess Day. The event returns on Friday 11th August, for a day packed full of themed activities and competitions.

This popular event aims to give youngsters a day to remember during their summer break. Kids are invited to dress up as a pirate or princess and have the opportunity to meet their sea-savvy swashbuckling heroes and fairy-tale heroines.

From pirate party games with Captain Jack Sparrow and storytelling with Captain Raggy Beard, to a visit from Tinkerbell and Princess Ariel – Manor Walks are providing a wealth of activities the whole family can enjoy.

Guests can also look forward to face painting and fairground rides as well as an in-centre treasure hunt. Come along to have some fantastic family fun.

For more information and updates please follow @ManorWalks on Twitter and find Manor Walks on Facebook

Please note: This event is free to attend however some of the activity on the day may incur a charge.

How to get to Manor Walks:
For advice on how to get to Manor Walks please visit www.manorwalks.co.uk/visitor-info/getting-here/

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Manor Walks Shopping and Leisure
Cramlington
Northumberland
NE23 6UT

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