THE Kingfisher Shopping Centre’s popular Charlie’s Kids Club returns next week ahead of the school holidays with a packed programme of exciting Easter-themed workshops.
From April 11-15 families will be able to enjoy five days of free sustainability-focused activities:
Monday, April 11, children can decorate Easter animal planters and will receive a soil pod and bag of seeds to grow their own flowers.
Tuesday, April 12 young guests will be invited to decorate egg shaped bird feeders for their gardens.
Wednesday, April 13 create bug hotels and learn creepy crawly facts during our story time.
Thursday, April 14 it’s treat day! All children can collect their free cookie and icing bag to create a naughty bunny stealing all the carrots at the allotment.
Friday, April 15 Kingfisher’s young guests will be invited to decorate their own Easter egg plant pots and will be given a bag of seeds to grow their own vegetables.
The event is open to all families and there is no need to pre-book.
There will two activity sessions per hour with each session limited to 25 children. Current Kids Club members will be invited to collect their Eco Kids Club badge at the event and there will be an opportunity for children to sign-up on the day.
Charlie’s Kids Club at Kingfisher is open to all young guests aged three to 10 years old and is free to join.
All members receive benefits including personal birthday greetings from Charlie the Monkey, exclusive competitions and a goodie bag.
Ken Williams, general manager at Kingfisher, said: “We are thrilled to see the return of our Kids Club event this year and hope to welcome Redditch families into the centre this Easter for a fantastic range of activities that we know the little ones will love.
“The theme for this event is sustainability as we wanted to ensure that there was an important educational aspect to all of the activities, and we hope that every child who joins us will leave with a better sense of the importance in looking after the planet.”
The events will run from 11am to 4pm daily and will be on Walford Walk, near Clintons.
The Easter event is the first of many Kids Club activities the centre plans to host throughout the year and badges will be available for the children after every activity.