What’s new this month: February

From sweet and savoury pancake recipes to meeting our brilliant Create-a-Creature competition winners, check out what’s been happening at our villages this month. You won’t want to miss it!

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Let your imagination run wild

At Center Parcs, we’ve got a range of indoor and outdoor activities suited for all ages and abilities that are set to get your imagination running wild. Take a look at our top activities, including one activity that will have you creating your very own leaf monster and another that will have you making your own Rusty the Robot.

What were you reading this World Book Day?

Today is one of our favourite days of the year, World Book Day. We spoke to talented author and Center Parcs super fan, Carrie King, on the importance of reading together. So whether you’re reading with your little ones or reading alone, check out what she had to say about the joy of reading.

Who says pancakes are just for Pancake Day?

Definitely not us! Even though Pancake Day has been and gone, we’re still left wanting more. Check out our sweet and savoury pancake recipes that are perfect for making pancakes all year round.

Meet our Create-a-Creature winners

We asked you to create your most weird and wonderful creatures and thousands of you did just that! We had plenty of fantastic entries but there could only be three lucky winners. Check out what happened when we caught up with the families during their prize half term break at Woburn Forest to give them one last surprise

Perfect proposals at Center Parcs

It seems Center Parcs has been a popular location to pop the question recently. Stories of village proposals have flooded in to us here at Center Parcs HQ, so we thought we’d share some of the special stories with you as we created our top five tips on the perfect Center Parcs proposal based on your stories. So read on to find out how Sam managed to create our first ever Action Challenge proposal and how Paul got creative when decorating the lodge.

Rusty the Robot

Natasha Denton from the Pottery Painting Studio at Woburn Forest has been putting her skills to the ultimate test as she created her very own Rusty the Robot. Natasha’s masterpiece  is made up of pots you can paint in the Pottery Painting Studio all except the arms and legs. If like Natasha you’ve created your very own Rusty, tweet us your photos to @CenterParcsUK.

Coming soon…

Next month we’ll be bringing you a special Mother’s Day guide, showing you what spring looks like on our villages and giving you a sneak peek into what’s coming in 2017.

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