Mini Bloggers……This one’s for you!

School Holidays

These school holidays, Hallett Cove Shopping Centre and City Cross are recruiting their own team of ‘Mini Bloggers’!

They want to hear from children aged 5 – 12 years old who would like to take part in exciting activities in the July school holidays and share their experience.

So, if your child enjoys writing, taking pictures, or making videos, this is for them!

The children who are successful in their application will be invited to experience a variety of fun filled events including:

  • Blackeby’s Old Sweet Shop Surprise
  • Balfours Frog Cake Experience
  • Slime Workshop
  • World Emoji Day Cookie Decorating
  • Emoji Face Painting
  • Bug Display and Tattoos
  • Hot Chocolate Mug Decorating
  • Model Railway Display

Writing for an audience gives kids a reason to use their developing reading and writing skills. We hope that our Mini Blogger activities can provide an outlet for creative and fun writing!

Blogging may not be for every child, but it might be for yours!

To apply visit

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