Giant sandcastle to be made in Norwich

The 2016 RNLI Sandcastle competiton on Hunstanton Beach. Picture: Matthew Usher.

The 2016 RNLI Sandcastle competiton on Hunstanton Beach. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A giant sandcastle is to be built in a Norwich shopping centre as a different part of the Norfolk landscape is being celebrated in intu Chapelfield.

With the Seaside be celebrated, intu Chapelfield is offering Kids' Club members of three plus a series of activities throughout the school holidays, each exploring a different aspect of Norfolk's landscape, culture or heritage.

Summer Kids' Club runs from 10am-4pm every Wednesday and Thursday for six weeks.

Each week will celebrate a different aspect of Norfolk's landscape, culture or heritage, including some of the county's best-loved family attractions.

On Wednesday August 9, children can get creative and make a fish clip or octopus roll while the day is lighthouse day, with model making led by the intu Chapelfield events team.

For more information go to www.intu.co.uk/chapelfield/families/kids-club


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