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Plenty of fun planned for half term holidays

Plenty going on to keep the children entertained this half term EMN-151019-124959001
Plenty going on to keep the children entertained this half term EMN-151019-124959001

There’s plenty going on across the area this half term to keep the children entertained.

At Stamford Arts Centre there’s a great selection of family shows and workshops taking place, including a charming family musical based on the best-selling book by Steven Lee, ‘How the Koala Learnt to Hug’. The performance is taking place on Saturday at 2pm and is suitable for children aged three and above.

The arts centre will also be hosting a Family Arts Festival with a ‘Big Draw’ workshop on Monday at both 10.30am and 1.30pm. Along with a family singing workshop on Friday, next week from 10.30am and a performance of The Selfish Giant on Wednesday at 11.30am and 3pm.

For more details and ticket prices please visit www.stamfordartscentre.com or telephone 01780 763203.

Rutland County Museum will be hosting a number of half term craft sessions for young children, with the opportunity to make monster masks and creepy crafts. Sessions will take place on Monday and Wednesday at 10am and 1.30pm.

Visit the website at www.rutlandcountymuseum.org.uk.

Love Stamford will also be hosting a number of craft sessions, including button collage making on Wednesday at 10.30am and butterfly origami on Thursday at 10.30am. To book a place for your child visit Love Stamford in Broad Street, Stamford or e-mail linda@stamfordsewing.co.uk.


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