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Do Try This At Home!

  • intu Bromley launches packed week of activities to help make it amazing this half term
  • Chance for children to pick up new skills to try at home thanks to fun and free workshops at intu Bromley 


Children will be kept entertained with fantastic new skills to try out at home during the half term holidays, thanks to free workshops in everything from cooking to coding at intu Bromley.

As part of intu’s mission to ‘make it amazing’ for families this half term, experts at the shopping centre will be running a packed week of exciting events to help children pick up fun new skills and make something amazing like jewellery good enough to eat and pedal powered paintings!

Different activities will take place at intu Bromley each day from Monday 30th May until Friday 3rdJune, from 11.00am – 4.00pm. Families can also go online at to find out more.

Craig Higgins, marketing manager at intu Bromley said: “We’ll be helping families make the most of half term with the opportunity for children to leave our centre having made something amazing or picked up a new skill they’ll be looking forward to trying again at home. We’ve worked hard to put together a fun-packed set of activities that will put a smile on the face of all our customers at intu Bromley and we can’t wait for them to see what we have in store.”

The events on offer at intu Bromley each day are:

Monday – Jewellery good enough to eat!

Kids will create their very own jewellery and eat it! From bracelets to necklaces, there will be something tasty for everyone to create. 

Tuesday – The Seedlings Club

Little guests will learn the basics of gardening with intu Bromley’s ‘Seedlings Club’. Activities will include planting seeds in recycled bottles and cans, then take them home and watch them grow!

Wednesday – Pedal Powered Painting

A special bike will be available to create unique abstract spin art. Through pedal power, little artists will be able to paint dazzling spirals, circles and streaks and make up their own designs to take home. 

Thursday and Friday – iPads

Yougnsters will learn how to build creatures by completing a series of simple DNA puzzles and altering genes to achieve crazy mutations of different body parts.


Little ones will learn how to code using a fun, visual programming language while making their own awesome games and publish them instantly for anyone to play.

Activities are free, with no booking required and are open to all ages, but are particularly suitable for children in pre-school and early years.

Visit to find your nearest intu centre, details of what’s on and opening hours.

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