Creative half-term workshops available at Cadbury Garden Centre

PUBLISHED: 16:00 01 February 2018

A range of gardening workshops for children will be on offer at Cadbury. Picture: Alan Bennett

A range of gardening workshops for children will be on offer at Cadbury. Picture: Alan Bennett

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Children will have the chance to ‘exercise their creativity’ in a series of half-term workshops at a North Somerset garden centre.

Wyevale Cadbury Garden Centre will host a range of kids’ activities from February 12-16 to keep them busy over the school break.

Children will have a chance to make a bird box, create a bird feeder, and plant their own terrariums, mini gardens and flower pots in a jam-packed week of family-friendly activities.

The sessions will run multiple times each day, lasting 20 minutes, and cost £2.50 each.

A spokesman said: “Children will have the chance to exercise their creativity at Cadbury this half-term as the centre launches its series of fun-filled activities for budding young gardeners.

“The sessions will bring to life the joys of gardening and wildlife for little ones aged three to eight.”

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