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Young families will have a wild choice of creative activities to choose from next Wednesday & Thursday during half term at Worcester Cathedral.

There will be giant Jenga to build up and knock down, head in the hole and muddy pig painting, decorating biscuits, magically turning one fish into six, bead jewellery making, balancing walk, soft ball throwing, and collaged bin bag coat making. All the fun activities represent a Bible character or story in a fun way and promote Messy Church activities already happening in other churches in the diocese.

All the activities will take place 10.30 -12.30pm and 2 - 4pm daily in the south nave aisle with Assistant Education Officer Sara Hayward and her team of volunteers.
The event is free with donations invited to cover costs. As part of the Love Worcester trail children can also make a red heart quotation file to take away, follow trails around the cathedral and take trips up the tower.

To see all the Love Worcester activities going on at Worcester Cathedral during the half term week visit

These include a ‘More than Kisses’ Calligraphy workshop, A renewal of Marriage Vows Service, free trails around the Cathedral and a talk ‘Did King John Love Worcester?’.

Pictured by King Johns tomb is Cathedral volunteer and guide Rosemary Orr, holding the Worcester Heritage Festival, Love Worcester heart.