The Liberty Shares The Love
The Liberty shared the love over half term with a host of big-hearted activities in its kids’ ‘Kindness Factory’.
Over half term week children were invited to make Valentine’s cards and photo frames for their loved ones and support International Random Acts of Kindness Week (#RAKWeek) by writing a good deed they planned to do on a ‘wish heart’ that could be placed on a ‘Kindness Tree’ in the centre.
Whether making a cup of tea for a relative or tidying their bedroom, every kindness pledge helped to spread care and love throughout the community, while on Valentine’s Day, The Liberty’s very own ‘RAKtavists’ charmed shoppers with surprise good deeds throughout the day, including free car parking, flowers, chocolate, coffee and conversations with shoppers.
Families also posed for selfies next to the centre’s kindness tree and collected kindness bingo cards in order to tick off good deeds in return for sweet treats.
Centre Manager at The Liberty, Jonathan Poole, commented: “It was great to see so many families involved in our half term activity.
“We hope that our half term activities encouraged kids to get creative and do good deeds that will made loved ones smile. We think there is a good chance we made Romford the kindness capital of the county during Random Acts of Kindness Week!”
For information on future events at The Liberty, visit www.theliberty.co.uk.