Kids can build their own version of the attractions at the York Maze this half term.
To help keep the kids entertained during the lockdown holiday, York Maze are running daily Facebook live sessions where you can build all sorts of fun games.
From Monday to Friday (15-19 February) York Maze’s ‘Corntroller’ of Entertainments and award-winning children’s entertainer Josh Benson will be running daily crafting activity sessions online.
Says Josh Benson, “Every day I’ll be demonstrating how to ‘cornstruct’ just some of the 20+ attractions found at York Maze.
“From a loo roll and & matchbox tractor trailer ride, to origami pigs and bin-bag crows!
“Children can join for just a day or build a collection of attractions across the week, which, if they get really creative, could result in their very own mini York Maze.”
Viewers can join Josh’s interactive sessions live on the York Maze Facebook page each day at 12:30pm, where you will also find a list of craft materials needed.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic York Maze was not able to open last summer, but maze master Tom Pearcy is hopeful he will be able to open the popular attraction this year.