Melksham Town Council are pleased to offer a number of free events this coming half term for all the family to enjoy. Please use the links to book your spaces for our more popular events.
Tuesday 19th February
Sessions between 10am-12pm Melksham Town Hall
Come along and join in this fun free workshop for all the family. Create your very own piece of art with buttons.Templates will be available.
Suitable for all ages.
Please book in advance: Free Button Art Booking
Wednesday 20th February
Sessions available from 10am to 4pm
Melksham Assembly Hall
Just like our summer roadshows but indoors, this fun free activity session will include bouncy castles for all ages and indoor sports activities. A tuck shop will also be available.
It’s expected to be busy, so please book in advance to guarantee your space(s):Free Sports Roadshow Booking
Thursday 21st February
Sessions between 10am and 12pm
Melksham Town Hall
Its back! This popular activity returns from the Family Learning Festival in October. An opportunity forfamilies to come along and make your own truffles for free! It’s expected to be busy, so please book inadvance to guarantee your space (s): Free Truffle Making Bookings
Friday 22nd February
10am-2pm @ King George V Pavilion
Come and join in with the latest craze spreading across Melksham. Whether its your first time or you’re a regular rocker, come along and paint your very own #MelkshamRocks for free!
Suitable for all ages and abilities. Feel free to bring your own rocks or equipment for decorating, materials will be supplied.
As this is a drop-in session, there's no booking required. Come along anytime and stay as long as you want!
There are some great activities this half term at the Canberra Centre.
Open Mon 18th to Fri 22nd Feb 2pm-5pm. Entry just £2.50 or get a week-long pass for £10. Open to all young people in Year 5 and above.
01225 667327/ firstname.lastname@example.org / facebook.com/youngmelksham
Every Tuesday and Thursday
10.30 – 11.00am @ Melksham Library
Rhyme time is a fun group singing session for all preschool children and their parents/carers. Singing together and repeating rhymes helps your child develop listening, visual and memory skills, which will help them all the way through school.