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Join in our Little Gardeners Club this August!!

Join in our Little Gardeners Club this August!!

Wanting something to do with the kids this August? Come down to Coletta and Tyson and we can keep them entertained with our Little Gardeners Club! 

Every Thursday we have entertainers instore, from face painters to balloon modelling, a chance to help Ele the Elephant raise funds for Hull and East Yorkshire Mind and animal handling with Creature Ark! See the timetable below: 

Thursday 4th August: Face painting from 11.30am-3.30pm instore 

Thursday 11th August: Balloon modelling and magic with Non-Stop Kids 12pm-2pm instore

Thursday 18th August: Animal Handling with Creature Ark. Children can handle animals such as Reptiles, Mammals, Insects and Arachnids. Visit our 4Pets Department, showing at 11.00am ,12.30pm, 1.30pm and 3.00pm. 

Thursday 25th August: Fun and garden games with Ele the elephant from Hull and East Yorkshire Mind instore 11am-4pm 

   

We’re also running a fantastic crafty competition with the chance to win one of our cool play tipis!!! 

To enter, all you have to do is: 

1. Purchase your feeder or nest box for  

2. Decorate it at home  

3. Post your decorated feeder or birdbox on social media and tag us @colettaandtyson

4. A winner will then be picked!  

                  

Throughout August kids can get green fingered and create their own plant pot heads. For £3 they can pick a pot, stick on their eyes and add a plant to make some super cool hair. Obviously, they need a name too, ours are called Paul and Emily and they’re very pleased to meet you!” 

And that’s not it! Every kids meal purchased in The Old Glasshouse Café comes with FREE ICECREAM! And to finish off your trip with us, when parents purchase something at the till kids can collect a free pack of seeds (while stocks last).  

We’re looking forward to seeing you 😊 

 

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