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Easter 'EGGSTRAVAGANZA' at The Ice Cream Farm

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The Ice Cream Farm is holding a range of Easter activities, including 'The Great Eggscape' family escape room challenge, where visitors can work together in teams of up to five people, to solve a series of puzzles and escape with the prized golden egg!

  • 'The Great Eggscape' is open every day 11.30am-4pm and runs until Sunday 28th April. Entry is just £5 per team and booking on the day is essential. VIP Play Pass holders receive 10% off.
  • To add to the 'eggcitement', The Ice Cream Farm will also be holding an Easter Party in the soft play Fun Factory on Friday 12th April. Entry is £10 per child, which includes admission to the activity, plus; a food box, ice cream, egg hunt, craft activities and an Ice Cream Farm balloon. Booking is essential, so please call 07570774491 to book your place.
  • And to make Easter that little bit sweeter, The Ice Cream Farm has announced the return of its legendary Crème Egg ice cream as well as a brand new 'Unicorn flavour', which is a jelly bean flavour ice cream with a bubblegum ripple and unicorn sugar pieces.

For more information on The Ice Cream Farm and upcoming events, please CLICK HERE to visit their website.

Happy Easter Everyone!

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