Shropshire Kids Festival returns to Telford

Shropshire Kids Festival returns to the International Centre in Telford on February 26 and 27, offering family fun.

It will be the first time the festival has been held in Telford since 2018. Shropshire Kids Festival brings together a range of activities in one place, for a jam-packed day of enjoyment for children aged up to 14.

Organiser Beth Heath, said, “We have a huge range of activities, including a massive STEM zone where children can have fun with science, technology, engineering, and maths activities. The engineering activities and experiments will include making cars to race, making catapults to project objects across a hall and using computer aided design to make your own sticker.”

Other activities include an obstacle course, large inflatables, giant games, dancing, space hoppers, Haygate vet school, foam party, arts, crafts, circus skills, cheerleading, archery, nerf wars, animals, football arena, hockey shoot out, drama fun, prison van, karate, trampolining, tennis, golf skills, and a dedicated under 5 zone. New for this year organisers are adding a silent disco, gaming van, forest school, boxing, podcasters of the future and dinosaurs.

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