We usually fly to India during Summer holidays to meet the family, but due to other commitments this year, we stayed back and from my personal experience, I admit summer holidays are too tough to manage the kids who are often bored and especially when you have a hyperactive kid.
To rescue the parents like us, McDonalds is running an exciting campaign #hellogoodtimes across UK, packed with fun and activities and YES, ofcourse with a free “McFlurry”!
Just to let you know, it is a not a huge event to spend hours and hours! It is perfect for a mini day out at your local park of some nearest attraction and there are quite a few exciting activities for you to enjoy the day including a Photo booth, Free Mcflurry, a Ball pit where you dive in to find a special red ball with #Hellogoodtimes printed on it to claim your special prize.
It’s too early for the little one to read #hellogoodtimes and there were many red balls in the ball pit, so she kept of peeking out with a random red ball and had great fun 🙂
McDonalds is running the campaign nationwide during the summer holidays and you can find your nearest location for the activity days using this link here. It’s usually planned nearest to a McDonalds restaurant, so must be easy to get around and the lovely team at McDonalds will be happy to help. The activities seem to differ at different locations and might include different games, Baloons, colouring, sticker activity, face painting and a lot more.
There may also be a surprise visit from VIPs and celebrities although we didn’t have one during our visit. The kids had a lovely time and had a happy journey back with their own Galaxy Caramel McFlurry, perfect for a hot day!
Don’t forget, the activities are planned until the first of week of September, so you have plenty of time to find out the nearest one to you and enjoy a fun filled day. And, there is also a Air Guitar giveaway, so grab your chance to enjoy the fun and win the prize.
Disclaimer: This is a sponsored event. All opinions are my own.
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