Discover, Play and Take Away!
Monday 14th May
Interested in history? Need inspiration for new child-friendly activities? Want to help benefit the local community? Then come along to the Route to the Hills Take Part and Take Away Fair, designed to inspire the delivery of fun and history based activities for children of all ages.
Over the last 3 years Route to the Hills has been entertaining and educating local children and adults with a series of free games and activities based on Malvern history. Now that the project is ending, we are looking at ways to continue the fun for everyone, and so would like you to get involved and help.
On May 14th we are inviting you to come and have a go at the various games and activities Route to the Hills has produced over the years. From Room Escapes* to quick crafts, we have something for everyone (including your little ones), so pop along and be inspired with activities for all occasions and ages.
Suggestion packs with instructions on how to do all the activities will be available for free, so if you see an idea you like, you can use it the future. What’s more, all our left over materials and equipment is up for grabs when the project ends in the summer, so you can recreate our more complex activities for absolutely nothing (first come first served basis).
This event is free to attend, and you can bring along your little ones providing they are supervised at all times. Booking is advised, as we will restrict entry if the maximum capacity is reached.
For more information please email the Learning and Community Engagement Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org
This activity must be pre-booked and is done on a first come, first serve basis. There are two sessions you can sign up for, either 3pm or 4:30pm, each lasting about 45 minutes in total. You can pre book by emailing Katy on the address above, or if we have spaces left, you can book on the day. Please note each session will have a maximum of 8 people, and we may put you with other people you don’t know to maximise the number of people who can take part.
At 4pm we will do a walk through for anyone interested in learning how it works but not wanting to ‘solve it’ themselves. This will last a maximum of 30 minutes.