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Messy Monster Workshop

Messy Monster Workshop

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Call the Box Office to be added to the waiting list:
01252 329155


Date
Wednesday 5 August
10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm
Running Time
45 mins
Book your free family space at our messy monster workshops in Aldershot and unleash your inner creativity!

Theme: Monster family portraits

Transform your family into funny little monsters and create a colourful portrait with our messy materials.

All workshops take place on Union Street, Aldershot and are approximately 45 minutes long. The session times are: 10am, 11am, 12 noon, 1pm and 2pm and are suitable for children aged 3-10 years.

For more information visit www.rushmoor.gov.uk

How to book...

  • Choose your free sessions
  • Book a space / ticket, which will cover up to six people from your household
  • We’ll email your tickets and further details about the activity, plus any safety measures
  • Arrive on the day and show us your e-tickets on your mobile phone or device

There will be five gazebos available at each activity, so spaces are limited. You'll only be able to book one gazebo / ticket per event, if you have more than six people and would like to book more than one gazebo / ticket then please contact towncentremanager@rushmoor.gov.uk

Remember: you MUST book in advance if you’d like to take part in any of our messy monster workshops!

  • Bookings close 24 hours before the date of the activity. To avoid safety risks, tickets will not be available on the day.
  • Children must be accompanied at all times and cannot be left alone. Each household must remain within their gazebo at all times during the activity. All activities are subject to change.
  • Sessions take place outdoors in Aldershot town centre in Union Street, not at the Princes Hall

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