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Cheap cinema screenings at Vue and dining offers for families at Westwood Cross in Broadstairs during half term

Families stuck for something to do over half term with the children are being told to hot-foot it down to Westwood Cross.

The shopping centre in Broadstairs will have a kids' club where parents can find dining offers, get cheap cinema screenings at Vue and discounts on books at Waterstones.

Westwood Cross in Broadstairs is offering half term deals for families
Westwood Cross in Broadstairs is offering half term deals for families

Centre manager Francesca Donovan said: "It can be challenging to keep the family entertained throughout half term.

"Our Little Bears Kids’ Club is completely free and offers members access to exclusive discounts and offers that can be used all year round."

She says families can join the free Little Bears Kids’ Club at westwoodx.co.uk/join-little-bears-kids-club and get a host of offers, including:

  • Dine for less at Bella Italia. Kids’ meals start from just £5.99 and include three courses and a drink. Little Bears Kids’ Club members can make the most of kids’ meals for just £1.
  • Make shopping a breeze by hiring a kiddy car. Just £3 an hour, or £5 for two, kids can choose from sports cars, police cars or an iconic yellow taxi. Join the Little Bears Kids’ Club and get 50% off kiddy car hire.
  • Catch the latest family blockbusters at Vue Westwood Cross. This half term Dolittle and Sonic the Hedgehog will be screening. Look out for Mini Mornings showings during half terms from just £2.49.
  • A lunchtime offer at ASK Italian. Available Monday – Friday until 5pm, enjoy a pizza or pasta dish with a side for just £9.95. For Little Bears Club members, 30% off main meals, Monday – Friday before 4pm.
  • Pick up a book at Waterstones. From kids’ fiction to activity books, browse the shelves at the Westwood Cross store. Little Bears Club members get an extra 10% off.

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