Liskeard Hillfort School. Monday 17th to Friday 21st February, 9am to 3pm
Future Make, presented by Real Ideas, is a series of creative-techy-making clubs and activities for children aged 7 – 11. From flying drones and creating digital immersive experiences, to designing extreme structures and thinking up exciting new ideas, take the confidence, experience and insight you gain and start to shape your creative future. £35 per day or £150 for the week.
Liskeard Public Hall Wednesday 19th to Friday 21st February at 7pm (plus Thursday matinee at 2pm)
Join Horton the Elephant, Jojo and the Whos, Amazing Mayzie and of course the Cat in the Hat in this fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza! One of the most performed shows in America comes to Liskeard with the incredibly talented Caradon Youth Theatre for one week only.
Lux Park Leisure Centre. Thursday 20th February, 9.30am to 3pm
Argyle Community Trust’s soccer school holiday courses allow boys and girls of all abilities aged 5 – 15 years old to develop their skills, make new friends and stay active over the half term break. £13
There will also be a Mini Pilgrims session from 10am to 12 noon for 3-6 year olds, £5
Pets at Home, Liskeard. Saturday 15th February to Sunday 1st March at 11am
FREE workshops for kids aged 5-11, learn about woodland animals and how to help them during the colder months. They’ll also meet our friendly small furries whilst learning how to keep them happy and healthy during a fun and hands-on experience! These workshops run at 11am each day, book your place in store or online
Eliot House Hotel, Liskeard. Monday 17th February, 11am-3pm.
Fabulous fun with inflatables and Didi cars!
Hourly slots will be: 11-12pm, 12-1pm, 1-2pm and 2-3pm!
You can just turn up at a session or call 07769 848307 if you would like to book a slot.
** IN CASE IT’S BUSY IT IS ADVISABLE TO PRE BOOK **
At ONLY £2 per hour it’s a whole lot of fun at a really great price.
Refreshments and snacks will be available to purchase.
Pirans Playful Piskies, Callington. Wednesday 19th February, 10.30am.
Come and join Maggie Moo at the circus! She’ll be twirling with the acrobats, being silly with the clowns and dancing her way around the Big Top!
Free soft play included in the price of the session.
Wednesday 19th February at 10.30am at Pirans Playful Piskies.
Tickets available at
Looe Community Academy. Thursday 20th February, 10am – 4pm.
Boasting some of the South West’s best bouncy castles and slides, we will be hosting this fantastically valued theme park at looe community sports hall (school).
Session times on each of the days are, 10:00am-12:00pm, 12:00pm -14:00pm 14:00pm- 16:00pm⏰
For only £6 per child, they will receive unlimited access to 10 large inflatables, a visit from Mickey and Minnie Mouse and a free face paint!! 🤡
Adults enter free! 🎉 Buy your tickets on the door.
Millbrook Village Hall. Saturday 22nd February, 3pm
A humble Launceston lad, all he wanted was to play his lute but the lure of adventures on the high seas was too exciting to ignore. Join Diggory Piper as he takes to the seas in his ship, The Sweepstake. Little Trebiggan combine Cornish language, an environmental message and new music with their unique style of storytelling to bring you this heart-warming true story of an Elizabethan Robin Hood.
For ages 3+ Tickets £7, child £5, family ticket £19
Hannafore Beach, West Looe. Sunday 23rd February, 11am to 1pm
The first rock-pooling session of the year! Join us to explore the fascinating rocky shore and learn about the interesting flora and fauna at this event for all of the family. We ask under 18s to be accompanied by an adult and that suitable footwear is worn. Booking is not required so, meet us below the coastguard station on Hannafore beach to join in the fun.
This is a FREE event but donations to Looe Marine Conservation Group are welcome.
Great Trethew Manor, Menheniot. Sunday 23rd February, 12 noon to 5pm
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled due to poor ground conditions after the recent storms
Lanhydrock House, Bodmin. Saturday 15th to Sunday 23rd February. 11am to 3pm
Do you know your sparrows from your house martins? When is the best time to hear a woodpecker? What do tawny owls eat? Come and follow the Brilliant Birds trail around the Lanhydrock garden this February half-term to find out. Collect your trail sheet from the gatehouse, 11am to 3pm. Free activity, normal admission charges apply for non-members.
Eden Project. Saturday 15th to Sunday 23rd February
Get ready for a kaleidoscopic week of creative activities exploring how art meets science in the incredible world of colour. There will be craft workshops, storytellers, a giant collaborative art installation, a colour trail around the biomes and much more.
The ice skating rink is also open until the end of half term.
Cotehele House, St Dominick. Saturday 15th to Sunday 23rd February. 11am to 3pm
Feed the birds at Cotehele (and back home). This February half-term head to the Cider Barn to create your own bird feeder to help feed the birds in your garden at home.
Suitable for all ages (adult supervision required) Free activity, normal admission charges apply for non-members.