Pirates are set to take over the popular Community Centre in Long Ashton on the afternoon of Tuesday, 29th October. Keeds Hall will become the location for traditional pirate games, crafts and entertainment.
Activities will include a bouncy castle, craft table, walk-the-plank, treasure hunt and lots more. All hosted by Captain Rocky Cliff and 1st Mate Cut-throat Christine.
The event is most suitable for children aged 4 – 8 years, although all are welcome. Parents and carers will be admitted for free and LA Coffee Stop will be open all day for delicious coffees, teas, homemade cakes, biscuits and light lunches.
Two sessions will run during the afternoon: 1.30-3pm and 3.30-5pm. Cost will be £6 per child. 25 places per session. Please call 01275 393570 or email: laca@btconnect to book your space.
Come dressed up if you would like to.
Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2013