With the prospect of being stuck at home again this Half Term, here are some ideas to make sure that you can still have fun in lockdown, and make sure that the days feel different to another day stuck at home.
Half term takes place on the 15 February – 19 February 2021 this year.
Here are some fun activities that you can try with children.
Have a craft day
Kaz shares with us how to make a valentines day wreath with our children, here.
Andover Window Wanderland have invited everyone to join them in a little idea to keep us all positive, happy and healthy into 2021. After all arts and creativity are so important for our health and well-being.
Each month they will invite us to create a small something for your windows. They ask us to have fun, re-use, recycle, explore shape, colour and light as we change through the seasons..As it’s February they invite us to the spread the love.
Creative family workshops from The Lights
They are running an online Kaleidoscope Making Workshops on Saturday, 20 February at either 10am, 12pm or 2pm.
The workshops will all take place on zoom and are just £5 per family. There is more info their website, but please book via the Box Office only: 01264 368368
Cookery Doodle Doo will be sharing a FREE brand new cookalong video on Pancake Day, ( 16th Feb – the Tuesday of half term )
She has posted on her Facebook page that there be no need to stand at the stove flipping individual pancakes… her BAKED BERRY PANCAKE serves 4-6 in one go. Click here to visit her Facebook page and fnd out more.
95.9FM Andover Radio
On Thursday evening at 7:00pm
Join in with , The Radio Quiz . The Radio Quiz, is the interactive quiz where questions are heard on the radio and answers are entered into your mobile phone. The Radio Quiz can be played by anyone, all you need to do is listen to the radio and answer multiple choice questions on a mobile device, tablet or laptop. Read more here
On Saturday evening at 6pm
Saturday night and time to party (indoors) so let Chris B’s Party Anthems get your Saturday night jumping. On at 6pm tune into 95.9FM or listen online at loveandover.com or on your SMART devices.
Visit the Farm
The farm is closed due to lockdown, but we can still see the animals at Finkley Down Farm in Andover. They post regular photos, videos and lives on their Facebook page here.
It’s also lambing season, have you seen the video of the first lambs born at Finkley Down Farm this year ? You can watch the video here
Go for a local walk or bike ride
Graeme Davis has written us several article on places to visit for a walk or a bike ride here in Andover. Click here to read them.
Remember to check out the events section of our website for local online events happening in Andover