Shropshire Kids Festival returns

Shropshire’s original kids festival is set to return in February. The Shropshire Festivals team will be filling Telford International Centre with fun for 0-12 year olds on February 18 and 19.

Normally held across three halls, this year’s festival will expand in to a fourth hall dedicated to under 5s, creating a space for little ones away from bigger children. Aside from inflatables and a sensory class, they can play amongst a mini pop up play town.

Organisers are also increasing the size of the popular foam party, and recommend bringing a towel and change of clothes.

Aside from professional face painting, every activity will be included in the ticket price. Activities include an obstacle course, large inflatables, giant games,a  school of coding, STEM workshop, silent disco, Diddi Dance, space hoppers, arts and crafts with The Creation Station, Alison’s Bee Class, circus skills with Panic Circus, cheerleading, human table football, martial arts, performing arts, boxing, princesses and pirates, pickleball, tennis, cricket, a dedicated dinosaur area and EKO activities (Educating Kids Outdoors).

Local author, Donna David, will be reading at the event. Her books include ‘Oh No, Bobo!’ ‘Trains, Trains, Trains’ and ‘Farmer Llama’.



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