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Crafty way to keep the kids entertained this half term
7:50am Sunday 16th February 2014 in News
HOBBYCRAFT Crewe is helping banish boredom this half term by offering daily ‘make and take’ sessions for families.
Taking place between 11am-3pm each day, activities will be hosted by Hobbycraft colleagues and include face painting, mask making, and pom-pom animal making and decorating.
Events are free to take part in and are open to children of all ages and abilities.
Hobbycraft Crewe manager, Graham Milford, said: “It may be wet outside but there’s no excuse for boredom this half term.
“Making and creating as a family is a great way to turn off the TV and have some fun, and there’s no cost to taking part so it won’t break the bank to get creative as a family.”