The Liberty Shopping Centre in Romford is set to send children on a mission this summer, with a host of superhero themed activities to celebrate local little stars.
The super activities will be hosted for four weeks both in the centre, and via the The Liberty’s website and Facebook page, meaning the fun is free and accessible to all.
From Monday 3rd August, when visiting the centre, children can go on a mission to find ‘power stars’ in shop windows, and each week they will be asked to spell out a special empowerment message from the clues that they have found.
Every week, children can also get creative with ‘superhero training’ that will include mask making, designing a uniform and creating a superhero name, which will all be hosted and downloadable via the events page on The Liberty’s website.
Parents can also visit The Liberty’s Facebook page, where The Liberty’s superstar host Tiana will be showing children her take on the superhero activities. Every week on the centre’s Facebook page, there is also a chance to nominate a ‘super kid’ for the chance for them to win a £20 voucher, there is also the chance for a special ‘super kid’ to be transformed into a superhero comic illustration.
There is also the chance for parents to win a free school uniform for a year. Entrants must simply head to The Liberty’s website and sign up to the centre’s newsletter for their chance to win.
Centre Manager at The Liberty, Jonathan Poole, said: “We are excited to launch our super summer here at The Liberty!
“The COVID-19 period has shone light on some of our amazing community heroes. We wanted to praise our local children who have done amazingly well throughout this difficult period.”