SPARKLING Bradford is highlighting a number of February half-term activities across the Bradford district.

Rail Story will be held Monday to Friday at Ingrow West Station, Keighley.

The free educational events aboard the Learning Coach include a ‘science spectacular’, pirate storytelling, arts and crafts and ‘play and create’.

Ingrow is on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway, which runs daily through half term.

Explore the history and origins of nursery rhymes at the Rhyme or Reason exhibition from Tuesday to Sunday, February 27, at Cliffe Castle Museum, Keighley.

Family fun about coding and cyber security will be held from tomorrow to Sunday, February 27, at the National Science and Media Museum.

Create your own coding device, explore how computer coding works and see a live science gameshow.

An interactive sing-along screening of the hit 2017 musical film to The Greatest Showman will be held on Friday, February 25, at St George's Hall.

The People Powered Press, Saltaire, will host Half-Term Have-A-Go from Monday to Friday.

Join them as they create series of giant murals using a letterpress printing press.

Dan’s Den soft play will be open Monday to Saturday at Christchurch, The Grove, Ilkley.

Clip ‘n’ Climb, Ilkley, is open daily and has climbing sessions, which includes 21 challenges of varying designs and difficulties.

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