It’s fabulous February this half term in Welwyn Hatfield!
There are a whole host of activities for children and young people this coming February half term in the borough, so there won’t be a chance to be bored!
The Hive in South Hatfield - home to the fantastic Freddie’s Den - has two-hour activity/ craft sessions running on Tuesday 20th, Wednesday 21st and Thursday 22nd February, 10am-midday. During the first hour there will be a range of sports on offer - children can choose from football, basketball, team relays, dodgeball, cricket - followed by arts and crafts in the second hour. It’s £5 per session (sessions are aimed at 6–12-year-olds).
To book, please email email@example.com or call 01707 270066.
There’s a range of different entertainment on offer at Campus West, including the latest releases, with the much-anticipated family film 'Migration’ showing. Alternatively, the kids can get fully immersed in the oink-tastic Live On Stage presentation of ‘The Three Little Pigs’! Older children and teenagers can get their fix of fun too, with the holiday skates at RollerCity. Find out more at Campus West's website.
Mill Green Watermill and Museum
Hooray - Mill Green reopens on Tuesday 20 February, in time for half term! Get the children into some green-fingered fun by inspiring them through paper flower workshops (Tuesday 21st and Wednesday 22nd) and garden bug making (Thursday and Friday). Children can make paper flowers to grow their community garden art piece with a range inspired by Victorian secret flower language!
The range of flowers can be made by children of 3 years and above - the perfect half-term activity.
For all the details and to book, check out Mill Green's website.
Your Local Better Leisure Centre
The council’s leisure partner, GLL (branded as ’Better’) has a host of half term holiday activities for juniors at their centres, including soft play, trampolining, fun family swim sessions. Available at Hatfield Leisure Centre and Swim Centre, and Gosling Sports Park – find out all the details on GLL's website.