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Hobbycraft logoUp to 50% off kids' crafts at HobbycraftIncl paint your own money boxes, Crayola markers etc

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If you're starting to run out of fun things to do to keep the kids entertained, Hobbycraft has an up to 50% off sale on kids crafts in store and online until Wed 4 May. There's also 25% off branded products such as Crayola and Plasticine.

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Hobbycraft logoHobbycraft free workshops*Over half-term and weekends in UK stores

Ongoing

Arts and craft retailer Hobbycraft is running free workshops for kids in some of its 81 UK stores (find your nearest store* to check if yours is participating).

The activity will differ from store to store (check what’s happening where via link above), children do not need to bring anything as all materials will be provided.

Hobbycraft told us that children of all ages are welcome, but they will need to be accompanied by a parent.

You don’t need to book - just turn up. There’s always the small risk it’s full when you get there, but you can’t check ahead or book, so just arrive in good time. 

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Hobbycraft logoHobbycraft free workshops for kids*Mon, Wed & Fri over summer hols at 81 UK stores

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Arts and craft retailer Hobbycraft is running free summer workshops for kids in all 81 of its UK stores (find your nearest store*) between 11am and 2pm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until Fri 28 Aug. 

Workshops vary from store to store, but will include craft activities, eg, craft with paper, cupcake decorating and face painting. Children do not need to bring anything as all materials will be provided.

Hobbycraft told us that children of all ages are welcome, but they will need to be accompanied by a parent.

You don’t need to book - just turn up. There’s always the small risk it’s full when you get there, but you can’t check ahead or book, so just arrive in good time. 

Hobbycraft logoHobbycraft 25% offOnline code & in-store voucher valid on all items

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Enter the code HALFTERM online at Hobbycraft or print this Hobbycraft voucher and take it to your nearest store by Sun 24 Feb 2013. You can use on full price or sale items. Delivery's £3.95.
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