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Family Workshop Stop Motion Animation


You will learn how to create your story using props and scenery – you can even bring your own with you. Minimum age 5+ years. Also on 17th August. Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead. W: www.nordenfarm.org


Parkway Rocks


Fantastic live music, tasters, deck chairs & more. Parkway Shopping Centre, Newbury. W: www.shopatparkway.com


Monday 5th


Summer Art Week Work on individual craft activities with lots of messy materials and then work together on a group art project. Running until 9th August. Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead. W: www.nordenfarm.org


Tuesday 6th


Let’s Get Snappy Experience the wonder of photography from the valiant Victorian age. Step back to the days of sepia toned pictures, long exposure and remember to stand still. 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


Ladybird Books Make and Do- Creepy Crawly Pots


Family activity at Reading Museum. Ages 5+. 1 hr sessions at 10am, 11.15am, 1pm and 2.15pm. £4. Booking essential. W: www.readingmuseum.org.uk


Racing to Recovery and a Brighter Future


Bjorn Again after racing. Racing at Newbury Racecourse. W: www.newburyraces.co.uk


Wednesday 7th


Arts Asia: Printing on Calico Tote Bags


Family activity at Reading Museum. Ages 5+. 1 hr sessions at 10am, 11.15am, 1pm and 2.15pm. £4. Booking essential. W: www.readingmuseum.org.uk


Thursday 8th


Workshop at The MERL: Terrific Traditions


Discover and experience some of the terrific traditions from the Great British countryside, including crafts and bread- making. Ages 5–12. 10.30am-12pm & 1-2.30pm. Book preferred session. £5 per participating child, adults free. The Museum of English Rural Life, RG1 5EX. W: www.merl.reading.ac.uk/whats-on


Saturday 10th


Welly’s Summer Fun Day Running 10th and 11th August at Wellington Country Park near Reading. W: www.wellington-country-park. co.uk/events


The Tempest


A Shakespearean comedy about betrayal, revenge and magic. Cliveden House near Maidenhead. W: www.nationaltrust.org.uk T: 0344 2491895


Lions of Windsor


Sculpture trail with over sixty beautifully decorated lions in Windsor and Maidenhead this summer The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead will be home to a pride of eye catching, individually decorated lion sculptures from August to October. W: www.windsor.gov.uk


Open Air Cinema Series at Dinton Pastures – Bohemian Rhapsody


Adult £13.95 / Child £8.95 Pull up a picnic blanket and relax in front of a film. Fancy dress is encouraged. Food and drink available to purchase on evening or bring your own picnic. Group discount available. Also on 17th August. W: www.dinton-pastures.co.uk


Mamma Mia


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


Perseids Meteor Shower Canoe Tour


Take to the water in rafted canoes to marvel in shooting stars and learn more about the annual meteor shower. 9-11pm. Ages 8+. Adult £19 / Child £14. Dinton Pastures. W: www.dinton-pastures.co.uk


Parkway’s Charity Penalty Shoot-out


Go along and take real life penalties for great prizes at Parkway! Turn up in your favourite teams football kit / colours if you want to be part of the penalty hall of fame! Parkway Shopping Centre, Newbury. W: www.shopatparkway.com


Sunday 11th


The Return of the Ice Cream Festival Raceday – Free Family Entertainment


Set in 165 acres of studding Berkshire countryside on the River Thames Royal Windsor Racecourse is the perfect destination for a day out with the family. The Ice Cream Festival offers exciting racing for the adults to enjoy and a host of FREE entertainment for the children. Kids under 18 are free when accompanied by an adult. W: www.windsor-racecourse.co.uk


Monday 12th


Play in a Week Running 12th-16th August. Ages 7-11, 9am-12noon. £98. The Watermill Theatre, Newbury. To book a space, E: outreach@watermill.org.uk T: 01635 570934


Musical Theatre Afternoon


Running 12th-16th August. Ages 7-11, 1-4pm . £98. The Watermill Theatre, Newbury. To book a space, E: outreach@watermill.org.uk T: 01635 570934


Summer Dance Intensive


Experience being an A-Troupe dancer in a real dance studio. Work with a professional dancer to develop your technique, learn routines and create your own choreography. Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead. W: www.nordenfarm.org


Tuesday 13th


Gangsta Granny – Outdoor Theatre


Based on the children’s comedy book by David Walliams. Also on 14th and 15th August. Cliveden House near Maidenhead. W: www.nationaltrust.org.uk


Woeful Workers, Smelly Scrubbers


Discover the most horrible jobs given to children in the Victorian Royal Borough. Would you have made a good chimney sweep, tosher or pure-finder? 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


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Gymnastics Lessons


Our fun and structured Jump into Gymnastics courses introduce your child to an incredible and exciting sport! For 4 to 7 years of age.


Only £19.49 per child, via monthly direct debit. Thursdays: 3:45 PM - 4:45 PM | Sundays: 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM


To book on, please call 01628476911 or email enquiries.bishamabbey@serco.com


Go to www.primarytimes.co.uk/berkshire for thousands more great days out


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