This half term Route to the Hills is going to bring you a range of free activities for lots of family fun guaranteed to stop boredom! Full details can be found on the events page, or check out our facebook for the latest information.
- Monday 28th May
- 10am until 5pm (or supplies run out)
- Great Malvern Priory Grounds
On Bank Holiday we are inviting you to come and get creative at the Route to the Hills stall as part of the Great Malvern Food Festival. Be inspired by history and create your very own edible people and designs for FREE in this fun drop in biscuit decorating stall. We will be running from ten until supplies run out, so make sure not miss your chance to create a delicious historical masterpiece!
- Tuesday 29th May
- 1:30pm, 2:15pm or 3pm
- Malvern Link United Reform Church
Do you know the difference between dog, sheep and cow bones? Have you got a good eye for detail? Are you good at finding things? Then we challenge you to try being a History Hunter!
This half term we have teamed up with Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service to set you a series of challenges all inspired by Malvern’s history. From bone identification to spot the difference, we want to test your skills in this fun family friendly event. What’s more Action for Children will have a baby and toddler section so that your siblings can play whilst you hunt away! Complete every task to win a small prize!
To book please email email@example.com stating which time you want, how many children, their ages and a contact number.
Casey Bailey: Words
- Wednesday 30th May
- 1pm until 4pm
- Malvern Cube
Route to the Hills and Malvern Cube are excited to offer a FREE afternoon with Casey Bailey, rapper, poet and educator on 30th May. If you are aged 11-14, come and create a rap or spoken word piece which explores what living in Malvern means to you.
Places are limited so please contact Kelda on 07841 344691 or firstname.lastname@example.org to book.