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SALFORD PRECINCT SUMMER OF LOVE
 

Star date: 12th August 2017

MAGIC, SPORT AND NATURE EVENTS FOR KIDS AT THE PRECINCT

Every Tuesday throughout the holidays, Salford Shopping Centre has its Summer of Love, with kids' events happening between 11am and 4pm. It began this week with We Love Circus and continues over the next three weeks with We Love Magic, We Love Sport and We Love Nature days, plus a Hunt The Hearts competition.

Full details here...


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Salford Precinct's Summer of Love got underway this week, with a We Love Circus event that saw storytelling sessions and creating juggling balls. The children's sessions continue for the next three Tuesdays, between 11am and 4pm...

This coming Tuesday, August 15th, there will be a We Love Magic session, complete with the Amazing Stephen performing walk-about tricks. The following Tuesday, August 22nd, sees a We Love Sport day, with games and wacky races hosted by Freddie Finishline and Wilma Whistle, for kids of all ages.

And finally, on Tuesday 29th August, the Precinct plays host to a We Love Nature day, when the team from Animal Magic will bring a mini-menagerie, so children can learn about the creatures that can be found in their back gardens.

Meanwhile, throughout the Summer of Love, there's an ongoing Hunt the Hearts competition, in which kids can find all of the hearts hidden throughout the Precinct for the chance to win a £50 gift card to spend at Salford Shopping Centre.

"Our Summer of Love is well underway, with fantastic activities planned for local families" says Centre Manager, Sabri Marsaoui "As well as the kids club activities there will be random acts of kindness, giveaways and online competitions that we hope will surprise and delight our loyal customers."

For more details see the website www.salfordshoppingcentre.com

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