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Grantham pet store to host free 'fantastic fish' workshops for kids this half term




May half term is just around the corner and to help keep kids entertained throughout the school holidays Pets at Home is once again offering its fun and free interactive My Pet Pals workshops, every day in stores between May 24 and June 2.

The workshops offer fun-filled activities to teach children how to care for ‘fantastic fish’, whilst demonstrating how rewarding these pets can be.

Pets at Home are delivering free fish workshops this half term. (10811763)
Pets at Home are delivering free fish workshops this half term. (10811763)

Children will have the chance to take part in interactive games, meet the Pets at Home fish residents and complete fun activity sheets based on what they have learnt.

At the end of the session, they will be given stickers and a certificate to show they are equipped to be excellent fish owners.

Taking place every day in stores across Lincolnshire at 11.30am, the workshops are aimed at children between the ages of 5-11 and will be hosted by the friendly and knowledgeable Pets at Home pet care advisors.

The workshops will cover the five key welfare needs for fish including shelter, food, water, good health, appropriate company and the right living environment. Each workshop lasts approximately 30 minutes and is free to attend.

The free workshops will run every day during the May half term school holidays and bookings can be made at petsathome.com/petworkshops.



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