Have fun and raise donations this half term holiday

With October half term just around the corner, it can feel pretty daunting to think of ways to keep the kid’s boredom at bay.

There’s no need to worry! We have a week of fun-filled ideas that should keep your family entertained. And you’ll also be raising free donations for your good cause along the way – it’s a win, win!

Thrilling Theme Parks

Children will no doubt want to celebrate Halloween at the end of the month and we can’t think of a more thrilling way than by visiting a theme park together.

Alton Towers has a spooktacular Scarefest and you’ll raise 1.0% in free donations when you book your tickets online. Teenagers will love the brand new Fright Night at Thorpe Park and by booking online you’ll raise 1.5% in donations. For younger members of the family, Chessington Theme Park is also offering spooky days throughout half term. You’ll collect 1.5% in free donations when you book online.  LEGOLAND Windsor is also getting in the Halloween spirit with their Brick-or-Treat event running from 17th – 31st October, and 5th November. Book online and raise up to £1.50 for your cause.

Make sure you look the part by wearing a spooktastic Halloween costume! Sainsbury’s, Asda, Argos and Tesco have a scarily good selection available for the whole family.

Take a Tour of our Capital

London is pretty spectacular in autumn and half term is the perfect time to see the sights the city has to offer.

If you’re not lucky with the weather, visit Madame Tussauds where you’ll have fun taking selfies with your favourite celebs and raise up to 1.5% for your cause by buying tickets online in advance.

For the best views of the city, take a trip on the magnificent London Eye on the Southbank, which attracts up to 3.5 million visitors a year. By booking online you will receive a 20% discount and raise up to 1.5% in free donations.

Getting to and from London by train couldn’t be easier nowadays and an adventure on the train saves the hassle of parking and rush hour traffic! Check out Virgin Trains for fantastic half term deals.

If your brood get bored on long journeys, treat them to an audio book from Audible, the UK’s largest provider of downloadable audiobooks, which are ready to be listened to instantly. And what’s more, you’ll raise up to 6% for your good cause and receive a free 30 day trial!

Not a fan of big cities? Become a member of the National Trust and enjoy visits to 300 historic houses, explore 700 miles of stunning coastline and over 600,000 acres of countryside.

Have Fun at Home

You don’t even have to leave the comfort of your own home to have fun as a family this half term holiday. We have plenty of ideas to keep you occupied, which are ideal if the weather isn’t being particularly kind.

If arts and crafts are your thing, get crafty by shopping online at Hobbycraft and choose from 35,000 arts and crafts products that you can use for 250 fascinating activities the kids will love. You could even create some Halloween-inspired decorations for your very own spookfest at home. Plus, you’ll raise 5% in free donations if you’re a new customer!

Family of film lovers? Stay ahead of the crowd with NOW TV Cinema, which features the latest movies 12 months before Netflix or Love Film. Once you’ve signed up online, you’ll receive a free 14 day trial which you can make the most of during half term. There’s a ton of family friendly films to enjoy together when all you want to do is get cosy on the sofa.

We would love to hear what you have got planned for half term and whether you’ll be getting up to lots of fundraising! Let us know by posting on Facebook and tweeting us on Twitter.

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