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for up to 40 children
The play area can be hired after-school as well as at weekends.
Pure soft play fun, ideal for large groups or those who want maximum exclusivity.
We offer private parties which include fab food & musical games and private hires in which the celebration is all about the extended play (you can add food and extras too).
For private parties please see our party page.
1h 45 min exclusive use of play area (food not included)
Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday 4.15-6pm £125
Sunday 4.15-6pm £150
Friday & Saturday 6-7.45pm £150
upgrade your hire: add food for £3.95pp
(please note food from home may not be brought in)
SPECIAL BESPOKE HIRE
(contact us to book)
2hour exclusive use of play area
includes food for up to 20, option to add more
Saturday 4.30-6.30pm £289.50
WE ALSO DO SCHOOL & NURSERY HIRES - please see schools page
If you would like to book a party or hire for after lockdown lifts on June 21st please use the online booking form or message us via the contact form with any questions.
(other guests may be elsewhere in the building)
PRIVATE USE OF PLAY AREA
*Air-filled foil balloon for the birthday child
For the birthday boy or girl
2 FREE RETURN PASSES
Jugs of Orange and Blackcurrant at your table
We sing with you then cut & wrap your cake for your guests
ALL HIRES INCLUDE:
ADD THESE TO MAKE YOUR HIRE EVEN MORE SPECIAL!
Table favours (includes party hat, streamers, noisy blower eg duck quacker)
Party bag (includes stationery items, toy novelty and sweets)
DELUXE CELEBRATION PACK
£3.95 per child
(14 big slices or 28 chunks)
Chocolate fudge or pink hundreds & thousands
BIRTHDAY CAKE & CANDLES
Lunch bag containing
ham, cheese, tuna or jam filled roll,
A classic favourite.
*Air-filled latex balloon
A tasty box of nibbles for adult guests to share
ADULT GRAZING BOX
Needed for joint birthdays
XTRA BIRTHDAY BALLOON
*Why we don’t use helium anymore:
Although it is the second most abundant element in the universe, helium is relatively rare on Earth and cannot be manufactured. Among other industries helium is needed for MRI scanners and infant breathing ventilators. We don’t want to contribute to global supply shortages and are so happy to use air in our balloons instead.