Ready-to-use Games: Old, new, borrowed, blue

Ah weddings: a beautiful commitment of a couple’s love for each other and also a significant income stream for florists, photographers and Premier Inns near motorway junctions. As we’re celebrating the marriage of Premier Youthwork and Premier Childrenswork, it’s a good chance to do a wedding themed column. Don’t worry the games aren’t all about tossing bouquets or cutting cakes but rather they’ll feature something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue

Something old: OctopusYou will need: cones; chalk or masking tape to mark out rectangle10 minutesThis is an old game, but a good one. Mark out a large...

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