Worcester Festival promising another fun-filled day ahead

The Friends of Cripplegate Park are doing a spot of tidying this morning with a social litter pick from 10am. They’d love you to join them.

The Commandery’s Time Travelling Summer Fun activities and exhibitions start today, step into the world of baffling Victorian inventions and the brilliance of Morse code this week and then discover the messy fun of an old-fashioned printing house from next week!

Jane and Bernice are in the Pod in Crowngate Shopping Centre today offering a free colouring session, all materials are provided and adults are welcome to join in the fun too.

There are three fabulous Multi Sport Activities sessions taking place today and every weekday in various locations in the City. Children get to try their hand at football, cricket, tennis and much more.

There are three sessions running every weekday throughout the Festival. Please see the link where the timetable and venues are confirmed: https://www.freedom-leisure.co.uk/centres/active-communities/worcester/active-communities/free-holiday-multisports/

The Walk on the Wild Side Summer Arts Workshop in The Hopmarket tomorrow is a not to be missed event!

The workshop is perfect for the little creative people in your life and in tomorrow’s session they can learn how to make clay pinch and coil pots.

You can carry on the creative fun in the Drop-in Family Workshops at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum where activities are themed around the Titanic (in support of their current exhibition) and under the sea. Both Wednesdays of the Festival, 10am-4pm.

If the little ones still have some energy left tomorrow then why not take them to the Drakes Broughton Dance Club’s, Dance for Kidz class? Kids get to try their feet at everything from Hip Hop to the Charleston in this one-hour class.

For more information about all of the events in this year’s Worcester Festival, visit www.worcesterfestival.co.uk

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