February Half Term in Cheltenham – Friday 17th February

Forecast: Dry with sunny spells

Hello Friday!  The sun has got his hat on (sort of) for the last day of half term and we’ve rounded up a few final ideas of things to do both indoors and out so you can end the week with a smile, a wave and probably a tonne of washing.

Valentines Soft Play – The normal Friday soft play at Leisure @ has been given a special Valentine’s twist, with added biscuit decorating, face painting and arts & crafts.  Booking advised.  Find out more…

Parent and Toddler Trampolining – At time of writing there were still spaces available on the mega-popular parent and toddler trampolining session.  If you’re thinking of heading along, please call to check or book online first.  Find out more…

Welly Walks around Pittville Park – Pick up an activity bag (£3) and use the goodies inside to explore Pittville Park.  Find out more…

Welly Walks

Festival Of Puppetry – Daily puppet performances and puppet making workshops at Bayshill Unitarian Church Hall.  Find out more…

Book a Tennis Court – Choose from Montpellier Gardens or Pittville.  Courts available to book online – £3.20 for 30 minutes.  Book a court…

Enjoy a relaxing pub lunch at one of these Cheltenham dining spots which have play areas outside.  Find out more…

417 Bike Park Indoor dirt jumps, 3 outdoor downhill tracks (with uplift service), dirt jump arena and cafe.  Bike hire available.  Find out more…

Cineworld Movies for Juniors – These discounted cinema showings are running until Sunday.   Choose from Ballerina, Storks and Trolls. Find out more…

Half term fun at Hollywood Bowl – There’s loads happening on and off the lanes at Hollywood Bowl including face-painting, colouring competitions, a treausre hunt and bowling pin challenges. Find out more…

Visit one of Cheltenham’s 50+ play areas – Find more details here

Scavenger Trail – There’s a Valentine’s scavenger trail at Crickley Hill. Follow clues and answer questions with a small prize for anyone with all the answers. £2 per map Find out more…

Try a Unicorn Hot Chocolate at Smokey Joe’s Coffee House where you’ll also find retro gaming machines (some free to play), waffles, milksakes and a great value kids menu.  Visit the Smokey Joe’s Facebook Page…

Unicorn

DAY TRIPS

Head to Bourton-on-the-Water for classic Cotswold’s charm, beautiful boutiques and the famous Bourton Model Village, where your little ones can feel like Gulliver!  Model village entry £3.60, kids £2.80.  Model Village Bourton website…

Krazy Golf Lydney – Start practising your swing ready for when Cheltenham’s Adventure Golf opens this summer.  15 holes representing different tourist attractions around the Forest of Dean.  Day passes £4.50 (£3.50 for kids) includes unlimited golf and an optional certificate on completion.  Visit Krazy Golf Lydney…

Krazy Golf 2

 

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