Brick-tastic fun at Manor Walks this February half term
February 13, 2019
Calling all aspiring Master Builders! Manor Walks is inviting children to get creative with LEGO® this February half term.
During the school holidays children can enjoy a range of LEGO® themed activities in centre mall providing them with the opportunity to let their imaginations run wild and enjoy making some brick-tastic creations. Families can also take advantage of what Manor Walks, Cramlington has to offer with plenty of time to shop and dine in-between the free family fun.
The activities begin on Wednesday 20th February when young Master Builders are invited to take part in Manor Walks’ freestyle block building sessions from 10am until 4pm at Centre Mall.
While on Thursday 21st February children aged 5+ can take part in one of Manor Walks’ five interactive LEGO® workshops withLEGO® superfan Richard Carter aka Bricks McGee. During each session Richard will help youngsters to build some exciting creations and give them top tips for becoming the ultimate Master Builder.
The free sessions are available to book on the Manor Walks’ website on a first come, first served basis and will be held in Centre Mall at; 10am until 11am, 11.15am until 12.15pm, 12.45pm until 1.45pm, 2pm until 3pm and the final session will run from 3.15pm until 4.15pm.
Then on Friday 22nd February children can make their very own LEGO® inspired mask with friends and family during a free craft session from 10am until 4pm in Centre Mall.
Bruno Coppola, General Manager at Manor Walks Shopping and Leisure, said: “We’re delighted to be offering three days of LEGO®inspired family-fun this February half term.
“We hope families and young avid LEGO® fans will enjoy our free play sessions and LEGO® workshop sessions with Richard Carter who we’re excited to have on board to help children to become Master Builders.
“When visiting the center we’d encourage families to spend the day and take full advantage of all our fantastic shopping, dining and leisure facilities. It’s a great place to combine activities for the whole family and we hope everyone will enjoy our exciting programme of free events this half term.”
Families can also pop along to Vue Cramlington to watch The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part and discover what adventures await Emmet, Lucy, Batman and the rest of their friends. To book tickets and find out about screenings go to www.myvue.com/cinema/cramlington