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Thinking about a birthday party...

(7 Posts)
ehothersall Wed 12-Aug-09 19:19:20

My daughter turns 2 next month and I'd really like to organise a party somewhere with a bouncy castle or decent soft play area she and her friends would be able to play in. Can anyone recommend anywhere? We're in Trentham but are happy to travel anywhere reasonable for a good venue. Thanks for your help.

Clayhead Wed 12-Aug-09 19:26:55

There's a Funsters in Stoke

[Shudders at the memory smile]

nicolacoggs Mon 23-Apr-12 21:34:22

Wildwood forest school parties do great outdoor woodland based birthday parties for kids of primary age.Check the website
They are based in newcastle under lyme

cynthiag Wed 25-Apr-12 17:05:27

Went to Funsters and noticed they have a special offer on for MAY - I think it was £4.99 per child.
I don't think you can get better -the kids love it but thats just my opinion.

JiltedJohnsJulie Fri 27-Apr-12 18:45:12

Have you thought about Monkey Forest? Don't know if they still do parties but we went to one a few years ago and it was lovely.

JiltedJohnsJulie Fri 27-Apr-12 18:45:34

Dimensions is good too smile

JiltedJohnsJulie Tue 01-May-12 19:30:41

Oh and there's the Wacky at the Darlaston Inn and how about Churnet Valley Railway?

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