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Back to School week at Mattel Play! Liverpool this September

Enjoy craft sessions, storytime specials, character appearances and great food this September at Mattel Play! Liverpool.

Back to School week at Mattel Play! Liverpool this September

As the holidays end for the older kids, the Albert Dock attraction is holding a week of special ‘Back to School’ fun for the little ones, along with some great offers.

The attraction will host supervised craft activities for children from Monday to Friday, included as part of the entry cost. Craft sessions will take place at 11am and 3pm each day.

The interactive play centre has three themed zones featuring characters and locations familiar to fans of Thomas and Friends, Bob the Builder and Fireman Sam.  

Bob and Sam will be appearing regularly all week with ‘Meet & Greet’ sessions and ‘Shows’ every hour from 10.30am through to 4pm. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday the Fat Controller will visit to enjoy story time and sing-a-longs.

Zachary-Roberts Kendall, commercial manager at Mattel Play! Liverpool, said:

"Weve dedicated the first full week of September to Back to School fun and games."
Zachary-Roberts Kendall

“School-aged children might be back in their classrooms, but we understand that parents are still looking for ways to keep the younger kids entertained.

“That’s why we’ve dedicated the first full week of September to ‘Back to School’ fun and games.

“Our onsite café will be offering delicious deals on cakes, hot drinks, soups and sandwiches to keep mums, dads and grandparents happy too.

“We’re also offering discounts on selected products and Green Screen photos when booking tickets online.”

‘Back to School’ week at Mattel Play! Liverpool runs from September 4th-10th. Entry to the attraction is £12 per child and £2 per accompanying adult.

More information and ticket bookings are available from the Mattel Play! Liverpool website: www.mattelplayliverpool.com. Further details can be found by visiting Facebook: MPlayLiverpool and Twitter: @MPlayLiverpool

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