Royston youngsters enjoy Razzamatazz Robots holiday club

PUBLISHED: 19:24 31 October 2017

Some of the children at the Razzamatazz Robots Holiday Club. Picture: Danny Loo

Some of the children at the Razzamatazz Robots Holiday Club. Picture: Danny Loo

Danny Loo Photography 2017

Children in Royston had the chance to take part in a host of robot-themed activities at a half term holiday club last week.

Children make robot magnets at the Razzamatazz Robots Holiday Club. Picture: Danny LooChildren make robot magnets at the Razzamatazz Robots Holiday Club. Picture: Danny Loo

Razzamatazz Robots – run by Royston Methodist Church – saw youngsters aged four to 11 enjoy in games, songs, stories, quizzes and craft activities.

Church member Joyce Goodall told the Crow: “It was a very successful week full of community spirit. The children got to have lots of fun like making crafts and reading Bible stories,

“We also had John Hardwick come in with Charlie the Monkey and the children liked that – he’s a very cheeky monkey.

“We had lots of good responses – children who were signed up for one day were asking if they could come back for the rest of the week.

“The half term club takes place every October, and we will run another event next year.”

For more on the church’s activities see www.royston-methodist.org.uk.

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