The Liberty shopping centre invites children to take part in fun summer activities

PUBLISHED: 11:09 26 July 2017 | UPDATED: 11:09 26 July 2017

The Liberty shopping centre will host fun children's activities throughout the summer. Picture: Google Maps

The Liberty shopping centre will host fun children's activities throughout the summer. Picture: Google Maps

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Are you struggling to think of ideas to keep your little ones entertained over the summer holidays?

Well look no further, as The Liberty is set to host fun activities to keep them occupied.

Between July 31 and August 25 from 10am-4pm, the centre will embrace four weeks of festival fun.

Starting on Monday, the shopping centre will be transformed into Beach Fest, encouraging children to create sand bracelets and pictures for their loved ones.

Then from August 7-11, it will be the home of World Fest, inviting youngsters to make their own flags and masks.

Fashion Fest will commence from August 14 where children can design their own T-shirts and finally Music Fest from August 21, will get them choosing their own playlists.

Centre manager Jonathan Poole said: “It’s going to be a fantastic summer celebration here at The Liberty with our festival of fun.

“We look forward to seeing children from Romford and its surrounding areas getting creative and having plenty of summer fun at The Liberty.”

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