The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: July 2015
Earlier this week The Ice Cream Farm opened its magical 'whole new world of fun' to everyone!
Last Saturday, 100 lucky competition winners enjoyed a sneak preview of the new delights which will attract people from far and near, whatever their age. They were able to see the huge 'Ice Cream Tree', laden with giant scoops of colourful melting ice cream, and the spectacular 'Strawberry Falls', a gigantic waterfall, overflowing with strawberry pink water.
The re-development is set around a huge 1000sq metre 'Ice Cream Parlour', considered to be the largest purpose-built ice cream parlour in the world, which houses the ever-increasing list of award-winning ice creams and sorbets.
Jonathan Fell, Director of The Ice Cream Farm, commented: "It was fantastic seeing so many smiling faces on Saturday; the plans have been a long time in the making and we are so excited about the future".
The Ice Cream Farm has retained its 'free to enter' policy, with certain areas of the site consisting of a 'pay as you play' facility, such as 'Strawberry Falls', 'Adventure Golf' and 'Honeycomb Canyon' sand and water play. The new 'Play Pass' allows visitors to make huge savings on each visit to the site. So, 'School's out for Summer' and the 'Whole New World of Fun' is officially open — how can you resist?
'Tattenhall Onliners' are also promised some special deals as the year unfolds so don't forget to look for the offers on our Home Page.
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