Out of this world fun set to arrive at The Square Camberley this Easter.

The Square Camberley have announced their upcoming ‘Space Fest’, arriving for families to enjoy throughout the school holidays.

From Tuesday 2nd April to Friday 12th April, an out-of-this-world space trail will be landing at the shopping centre, providing free educational fun for little ones to enjoy across the Easter break. Budding explorers can pick up a trail guide from the Customer Service Desk and navigate their way around the space stations located around the shopping centre.  They can learn about planets, the international space station and astronaut Tim Peake who graduacted from the Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst whilst  finding the answers to mind-blowing questions.

When the trail has been completed, simply return the guide to the Customer Service Desk to claim a prize, whilst stocks last!

Tuesday 2nd April
Make a jet pack – 11am-3pm

Wednesday 3rd April
Make a space shuttle – 11am-3pm

Thursday 4th April
Decorate a money bank – 11am-3pm

Friday 5th April

Paint an alien fridge magnet – 11am-3pm

These activities are set to be the perfect accompaniment to a day out spent shopping at the many High Street favourites and unique independent traders at The Square, alongside a wide range of delicious food outlets for some rest and relaxation.

Rhoda Joseph, Centre Manager for The Square Camberley, commented “We can’t wait to see our free Space Fest land here at The Square this Easter. Our school holiday events are always so popular with local families and are the perfect way to keep the little ones entertained, so why not take on the mission of the trail or stop by one of our exciting activites on your visit? We look forward to welcoming you.”