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Holidays bring a buzz

30 Jul 2013

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Docklands enjoyed a booming school holidays last month.

You couldn’t get a seat on the city circle tram and there were kids everywhere.

Highlights included baby chicks at The Hub along with craft workshops, an animal farm and snow play area at Harbour Town.  

Four-year-old Hannah Blamires (pictured above) had plenty of fun frolicking in the snow.

According to a Harbour Town spokesperson, more than 2500 children attended hands-on workshops it held.

“Year-on-year we are consistently impressed with how involved our customers get in the Harbour Town school holiday activity,” a Harbour Town spokesperson said.

“Not only are we seeing our regular and loyal customers returning to participate, but we are continuously welcoming new people, especially families, to our centre.”

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