There are lots of things to see, do and discover for children of all ages, at the free Bradford Cathedral Family Activities, on Tuesday 30th May
Free family activities are back again at Bradford Cathedral for the half-term holidays. There are two free sessions on Tuesday 30th May, between 10am and 12noon and 1pm and 3pm.
With World Environment Day happening just one week after the event, the free family activities will centre on all things to do with nature and the environment, with lots of crafts, colouring and quizzes. There will also be the opportunity to make a Father’s Day card as well.
Maggie Myers, Bradford Cathedral’s Director of Education and Visitors, says:
“We’re looking forward to welcoming children and their carers to our May half-term holiday activity sessions.
“As well as the craft activities on offer, there are family-friendly guided tours at 11am and 2pm.
“There is so much to see and do at Bradford Cathedral and everyone is welcome!
“The Cathedral will also be open on that day for families to look around in their own time and there are always Cathedral quizzes and trails to keep the children busy! Refreshments are also available.”
Bradford Cathedral looks forward to welcoming you at the next Family Activities, but booking is advised in order to ensure a place. Children must be accompanied at all times by an adult.
For more information – and to book your free places – please visit family-activities-may23.eventbrite.co.uk or contact the Cathedral via phone or e-mail.