Halloween party - Saturday 30th October 4.30pm to 6.30pm
All ticket sales are final, anyone unable to attend due to covid (Isolation, Illness, Lockdown etc) will be given 2x anytime play passes in lieu of their halloween party ticket. You must contact us before the event if you are unable to attend to be eligible for the play pass exchange. By buying tickets you are accepting these terms.
Halloween Party Saturday 30th October 4.30pm - 6.30pm
Join us for an amazing and spooky party of soft play, food, drink, games, prizes and most importantly sweets!
Each child will receive a food box / bag containing a Sandwich, Crisps, Cup drink and biscuit.
We will be playing numerous games and activities throughout the event and will be giving out plenty of sweets to the children as well. There will also be some prizes given out as well.
The event is £12.50 per child regardless of age, babies under 1 who will not be playing / eating can come free of charge with an older sibling. Please note than any non paying under 1's will not be given any sweets and will not be able to join in with any of the games during the event.
Any allergies must be disclosed to us before the event and made clear to us on arrival. This will allow us to make our staff aware and offer alternative food / sweet options.
Fancy dress for children (and Adults if you wish) is encouraged. Please bare in mind that this event is for children up to 12 years old. It is not designed to be spooky rather than 'Scary' and children's costumes should reflect this.
When you buy your tickets online, your name will automatically be added to the guest list. No physical tickets will be sent. Just turn up on the day and we will check your group off the guest list.
Tickets should be bought for children only, Adults are free of charge. We do not reserve tables, all tables are available on a 1st come 1st served basis. Please note that you may be required to sit upstairs. All events, games and character appearances are done generally throughout the event. No prior warning is given and parents should keep an eye out for any games which their children would like to participate in.