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Free feel-good fun this half term!

May this year is our special month of feel good – and that includes the little ones too! Throughout May half term, bring the kids along to Resorts World and enjoy our jam-packed programme of feel-good fun.

Tuesday 28th May 11am – 4pm | Story Telling

We’ll be welcoming local children’s author BB Taylor with her big Yeti friend! They’ll be reading children’s stories in the Atrium throughout the day. BB’s story is: ‘A wonderfully quirky story of friendship and family. A delight for any family’s little monster!’

Wednesday 29th May 11am – 4pm | Happiness Crafts

Our beloved Bonkas team are back with a special happiness crafts workshop! Children will be able to get crafty decorating jars and filling them with colourful happy thoughts, and they can even take their decorated jars of happiness home with them for happy keeping.

 Thursday 30th May – 45-minute sessions at 11am, 12pm, 1pm, 2pm | Animal Workshop

On Thursday, Wild Science will be here with their innovative animal workshop. Expect a diverse range of animals from the cute and fluffy to the exotic, for children to learn about and have fun with.

Friday 31st May - 11am – 5pm | Journey to Infinity by Immersive Experiences

Get ready for an out-of-this-world journey to infinity, complete with meteorites! This creative and educational experience provided by Immersive Experiences will take children on a journey through the solar system through 360˚ videos housed within an immersive dome – it’s not to be missed.

And a little extra…

All week our friends at Denby will be running a feelgood plate designing competition. Children (and big kids too) can design a plate in the Atrium inspired by what makes them feel happy, and the winning design will be made and fired into a hand painted plate by Denby for the winner to take home.

All activities are free of charge and will take place in our Atrium daily. There will be limited availability at each activity and a parent or guardian must be present at all times.