Families flocked to the heart of King’s Lynn at the weekend to make something special for a loved one ahead of Valentine’s Day.
Love was very much in the air for visitors to the Vancouver Quarter’s special Valentine’s Day workshop on Saturday.
Young visitors were able to create a gift for someone they love during the shopping centre’s first Saturday Club of 2018.
“Whether it was for their mum, a friend or even their favourite teacher, I’m sure the gifts made during our free drop-in workshop brought a smile to the recipients a few days later,” said David Blackmore, marketing and events assistant at the shopping centre.
“As with previous years, this workshop proved to be really popular and our events team is now making the final preparations for our March Saturday club that will see children – both young and old – show their love for their mum and make something special for them ahead of Mother’s Day.”
After next weekend’s fun, the Vancouver Quarter is hosting a free family workshop ahead of Mother’s Day on March 30 for children to make their mums something special.
A few lucky families can also book to have a free family portrait taken by a professional photographer on the same day in a Mother’s Day pop-up studio. Details of how you can reserve a space will be announced in due course.
Back by popular demand, the Vancouver Quarter’s Easter eggstravaganza returns in April. First up will be a special Easter Egg trail in the centre on April 19, followed by a free Easter-themed workshop on April 20.
For further information on Vancouver Quarter’s upcoming events keep an eye on its Facebook Page or website vancouverquarter.com