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Pictures: Children enjoy holiday fun at Gallions Reach

12:00 16 August 2014

Siblings Zaara Shahid and Zayaan, and Liliana Rogozinsky enjoy an activity day at the ‘Mini Monsters Club’ in Gallions Reach Shopping Park.

Siblings Zaara Shahid and Zayaan, and Liliana Rogozinsky enjoy an activity day at the ‘Mini Monsters Club’ in Gallions Reach Shopping Park.

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Gallions Reach Shopping Park has a solution for children who don’t want to spend their summer holidays following their parents around shops.

The centre has launched its Mini Monsters Club, which is running every Friday until August 22 between 12 and 4pm.

Youngsters who visited the Armarda Way centre on Friday enjoyed bouncy castles and inflatables as well as the Mini Monsters party bus.

Face painters and walkabout performers were also on hand to provide entertainment.

Centre manager Catherine Goddard said: “We are delighted to be launching our Mini Monsters Club. We’ve always run a lot of free family events here at Gallions Reach and the new club will enable us to reward shopper loyalty through the year.”

Every child who joins the free club is also entered into a competition to bring the Mini Monsters bus to their own party.

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