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Places to go & days out in Liverpool & Wirral

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Animals, farms & zoos 

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Arts & crafts studios

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Big days out & theme parks

little girl leaning out of steam engine platform

Boats, trains & automobiles

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Eating out with children

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Historical buildings, castles and gardens

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Indoor play centres

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Museums, science & galleries

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Outdoor fun

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Rainy day ideas

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Sports venues

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Theatre & cinema

 

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What's on this weekend?

It's the first of the Live Lambing Weekends at Reaseheath College
The Reaseheath Zoo will also be open over the Lambing Weekends. The whole family can enjoy this unique springtime experience.
Doors open 10am – 4pm.
www.reaseheath.ac.uk/lambing/

Big Saturday: Climate Science Challenge at Manchester Museum
Be a scientist for the day. Join researchers and curators in their quest to explore Earth’s climate. Discover how to reconstruct prehistoric environments, monitor present day conditions and predict future changes. Get to grips with scientific equipment, fossils and field samples or take part in a craft workshop. With activities for all the family.
http://events.manchester.ac.uk/event/event:b109-i4y7odnx-4oorkl

Singalonga Frozen at the Lowry
A full screening of Disney’s FROZEN with lyrics on screen to help you sing along with Anna and Elsa during the film. Introduced by a live host who will show you how to use your free prop bag, warm up your singing voices and teach you some hand actions and heckles before you sit back and “Let it Go”. YOU the audience are the stars as you interact with the film.
Sooo do you wanna build a snowman….? Age recommendation 5+
www.thelowry.com/

St David’s Day Crafts at Wrexham Museum
Drop in craft activities to celebrate St David. Suitable for children aged 7-11. Drop-in session. Free

Plus, if you want some fresh air, this weekend is your last chance to go on a Snowdrop Walk at Chirk castle or venture round the The Gruffalo’s Child trail at Delamere Forest.

For more events and places to go see http://www.kidsguide.co.uk/
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