May Half Term at Fellowship Square
This May Half Term (29 May to 2 June) activities will be taking place at Fellowship Square.
Delicious food and drink will be on offer during half term week by popular local suppliers Delice, London Braai and more.
We will also have multiple fountain displays every day, that are timed to music with a variety of gorgeous colours!
Fellowship Square Trail
Our family trail contains interesting Fellowship Facts told by Amity the Lion, who tells you the story of the location, the buildings and the people. The trail will guide you around Fellowship Square and you can complete Amity's Activities as you go, learning lots of new things.
See a Fellowship Host afterwards to collect a prize for taking part!
Collect trails from Darling's café in Walthamstow Assembly Hall, the trail will last around 30 minutes.
Download the information pack and trail here
Free Board Game Hub and Giant Lawn Games
We will have chess, draughts, battleships, and dominos to name a few, available at the square between 11am and 5pm. Enjoy the games!
Activities with Kay Costello Creations
Face Painting – £5, Drop in 11am to 5pm
Hair Braiding – £8, Drop in 11am to 5pm
Bus King Puppet Theatre
Price: £7.50 to £9
The puppet show is presented in a beautifully converted double-decker bus, suitable for all ages with additional puppet making workshops on the upper deck after the show.
Book Bus King Theatre on Ticketlab
Football Fun Factory
Monday 29 May to Tuesday 30 May, 10am to 3pm
Take part in a unique football experience this school holiday! Kids will have the time of their life, experiencing our fun and exciting football inflatable activities. Each day will also include more traditional football activities and plenty of time for matches.
All experiences are open to children of any ability or experience level.
Book your space for Football Fun Factory
African Drum Circle
Thursday 1 June
Price: £7.50 to £10
Have fun whilst building confidence and learning technical skills as you play the West African djembe drum. Learn about the cultural context of the music as you learn introductions and rhythms using call and response.
These sessions are led by Gambian drummer Seneke Sillah who has over 10 years’ experience teaching in East London. Accompanying adults can join in the drumming or choose a child only ticket.