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The Greatest Showman


Open air cinema at Cobbs Farm Shop. Cobbs Playbarn, Bath Road, Hungerford. Tickets from £10.95. W: www.cobbsfarmshop.co.uk/ open-air-cinema T: 01488 686770


Sunday 28th


Dubai International Arabian Races


Racing at Newbury Racecourse. W: www.newburyraces.co.uk


Monday 29th Go Beanies Activity Day Camp


Go Beanies activity day camp will be running weekdays from the 29th July to the 23rd August at Beale Park Wildlife Park. Extended hours available. T: 0118 996 2678 E: info@gobeanies.org


The Stage is Yours this Summer at The Curve – Musical Mayhem


DK Produktions are back for a week of Musical Mayhem with The Stage is Yours. Running from 29th July to 2nd August - go along and spend 5 days learning and developing Performing Arts Skills. Make friends and explore hidden talents. W: www.thecurveslough.com


Summer Circus Week


A week of incredible circus skills and performing. Ages 7-13. Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead. W: www.nordenfarm.org


Story Adventures


Summer holiday course from 29th-31st July. Ages 7-11. £10 per day. The Watermill Theatre, Newbury. To book a space, T: 01635 570934 E: outreach@watermill.org.uk


Tuesday 30th


The Great Outdoors at Lily Hill Park


From folklore to fire – learn about the wonder of trees and plants and have a go at campfire cookery. Best suited for 6yrs+. Meet: North car park, off Lily Hill Road, Bracknell, RG12 2RX. £3.99. W: www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk


Jubilant Dioramas


Discover how Queen Victoria celebrated her Golden and Diamond Jubilee and make your own jubilant diorama to take home. Ages 4-11. £2 per child, £1 with advantage card and one accompanying adult free. Windsor & Royal Borough Museum, Windsor, SL4 1LR. T: 01628 685686 W: www3.rbwm.gov.uk/museum


Animal Handling at Kennet Shopping


The mission of the professional animal meet and greet team is to enthuse and excite children of all ages about nature, the environment and the world around them. Visitors will get to the opportunity to see, learn about and handle a wide variety of exotic animals during this education experience. Free. W: www.kennetshopping.co.uk or @KennetShopping on Facebook


We take great care to ensure this information is correct at the time of going to press. However, we would advise parents to phone and check details prior to making a long trip …or promise!


Summer Camps at The Jelly Lounge


For ages 5+. Each of the camp days will include a specialised workshop with an external partner activities include Explosive Experiments, Upcyling, Charlie and The Chocolate Factory Performing Arts, graffiti workshop and street dance to name a few. Camps run on Tuesdays and Thursdays until 22nd August. The Jelly Lounge, Windsor. Booking essential. T: 01753 290175 W: www.thejellylounge.co.uk/book E: contact@thejellylounge.co.uk


Bugs and Beasties in the Park


Family event for families with primary school aged children at Windsor Great Park Environmental Centre. 10am- 2pm. W: www.bbowt.org.uk


The Wind in the Willows – Outdoor Theatre


A re-telling of Kenneth Graeme’s classic children’s tale, set on the river Thames. Join Moley, Ratty, Mr Toad and friends for a fun adventure. Also on 31st July. Cliveden House near Maidenhead. W: www.nationaltrust.org.uk


6 WAYS TO PLAY GOLF THIS SUMMER


FOOTGOLF DRIVING RANGE


JURASSIC ADVENTURE MINI GOLF


VIRTUAL GOLF


Summer Break 29th July to 23rd August


COME AND ENJOY THE FUN AT PITCH & PUTT


TEL: 0118 979 5657 EMAIL: info@wokinghamfamilygolf.co.uk


www.wokinghamfamilygolf.co.uk Finchampstead Road, Wokingham, RG40 3HG


Go to www.primarytimes.co.uk/berkshire for thousands more great days out SUMMER HOLIDAY ISSUE 2019 35


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