Half term highlight

In the past two years, Shropshire Kids Festival has attracted over 10,000 families – and this year the event is moving to Telford International Centre just in time for February half term – with donations going to the Harry Johnson trust.

Highlights of this undercover, weatherproof event include inflatable fun for all ages, a roller disco, and a mini trampoline area, while more creative youngsters can get crafty – and messy – in the arts and crafts area. Children can try different instruments in the music zone, while a ‘have a go’ zone will enable them to play at some ‘grown up’ jobs – a chef, a doctor or even a window cleaner….

Take part in the whacky races or the obstacle course, or hop to it in the space hopper race. There’s also a circus skills big top, storytelling, go karting, bubble football, zorbing, a gaming van, and a full-on foam party! The very smallest visitors will love baby sensory sessions, baby yoga and a tumble play area.

Organiser Beth Heath said, “The weekend is all about trying something new, discovering a new passion and learning, but in a totally fun way.”

Tickets are £10 per child and £3 per adult or book in advance to skip the queues – visit shropshirekidsfest.co.uk for details.

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