Following the success of the children’s Fun Club activities this summer, Weston Favell shopping centre is preparing for a fun-filled autumn half-term for the kids with an exciting collaboration with Disney Channel’s Art Attack presenter, Lloyd Warbey.
There will be two Halloween inspired events taking place between 11am – 3pm on Wednesday October 26, 2016 and Saturday October 29, 2016. The first is a workshop with Lloyd Warbey from Disney’s Art Attack, to make a spooktacular Halloween lantern. The second activity is a spooky story corner, where little ones will be able to listen to a story read by a witch and then have the chance to design a trick or treat bag, ready for their trips on All Hallows eve.
To take part, the shopping centre is asking for a donation to the Cynthia Spencer Hospice. The Hospice provides skilled and compassionate care to patients and their families with complex issues as a result of life-limiting illness, throughout the South Northamptonshire area. The cost of running the hospice is over £2.4 million, a large part of which comes from the support of local companies and individuals throughout the county.
Weston Favell’s Centre Manager, Kevin Legg, said “This is another a great chance for families to come and enjoy our centre; we have two fun activities lined up to keep your little ones busy and with the added celebrity addition of Lloyd Warbey on Wednesday October 26, we’re really excited to see how they all get on.
"The kid’s workshops are always popular and it’s fantastic to be able to run them throughout the year, while supporting a great local charity such as the Cynthia Spencer Hospice.”