Party time at Vale Farm Sports Centre!

PUBLISHED: 08:23 16 December 2017 | UPDATED: 08:27 16 December 2017

Children enjoy time on a bouncy castle (pic Justin W Thomas)

Children enjoy time on a bouncy castle (pic Justin W Thomas)

Justin W Thomas

Vale Farm Sports Centre, operated by Everyone Active in partnership with Brent Council, is organising a children’s Christmas party on Thursday, December 21.

Children aged between five to eight are welcome to enjoy the festive fun from 1-2pm, including a variety of party games, a bouncy castle and activities in the fake snow all organised by the party hosts.

Staff will also be on hand to show parents around and give information about activities and other services such as birthday parties.

“The Christmas holidays are an exciting time for youngsters and families, so we are delighted to be hosting a Christmas party,” said Everyone Active centre manager Tiffany Johnson.

“We look forward to welcoming the younger members of our community into the centre and spreading the festive cheer.”

The Christmas party will cost just £4 and parents of children aged 5-6 are asked to remain on site. To book call 020 8423 7436.

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