6 fun things to do during February half term


Keep your little ones occupied this half term at St David’s… there’s so much going on!

1. Score a hole in one at Treetop Adventure Golf
If you’re after something that the whole family will enjoy, head to Treetop Adventure Golf to take on the Tropical Trail or become Ancient Explorers. Treetop is open from 10am every day during half term and don't forget to pop in for face-painting from 12pm-4pm on Saturday 18th, Monday 20th, Wednesday 22nd, Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th February. On Tuesday 21st kids will also have the chance to meet Simi from 12pm-1.30pm or 2pm-3pm.

For your chance to win a Treetop Adventure Golf experience for your family, upload a photo of your mini-golf adventure on Facebook and tag @treetopadventiregolf including the hashtag #JungleChampions. The prize includes a mini-golf family ticket plus up to £60 to spend at Pizza Express St David's. The winner will be announced via Facebook on 28th February.   

2. Be the Disney Store’s guest 
Take part in the Disney Store’s free Beauty and the Beast activity this half term. Children will love helping Belle navigate out of the enchanted maze before the last petal falls in order to save Chip, Mrs Potts, Lumiere and Cogsworth from becoming household objects forever…

3. Tuck into a free lunch at Jamie’s Italian
From 11 – 26 February kids eat free at Jamie’s Italian! With a choice of six dishes – complete with the much-loved "shake-me" salads, a drink and a dessert, there will definitely be something that even the pickiest eater will love. (Offer entitles each child to one free kids' meal per adult ordering a main course.)

4. Celebrate at Build-a-Bear
We think Build-a-Bear is the perfect place to throw a party. Whether it’s your child’s birthday or you just want to treat a group of little ones to some well-deserved fun this half term, you can make your own party at Build-a-Bear from just £11 per person.

5. Learn how to make sushi at YO! Sushi
Sign your 6-10 year olds up to a YO! Sushi 1-hour Mini Ninja Sushi School class so they can learn how to make maki, nigiri and gunkans like the pros. The classes are hands-on, healthy and cost just £10 per child. The class runs on Saturdays at 10am. To book your place or find out more, head to YO! Sushi at St David's. 

6. See a movie at Cineworld
We’re sure your kids will be begging you for a trip to the cinema to see The Lego Batman Movie and Sing this half term! Visit Cineworld then join us at one of our restaurants for a tasty meal afterwards.

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