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The Ice Cream Farm to host fancy dress Mad Hatters tea party

The Ice Cream Farm family attraction, based just outside Chester, is giving kids the chance to enter their very own wonderland with a Mad Hatters tea party on 12th September.
On Thursday 12th September The Ice Cream Farm, home to the 'World's Largest Ice Cream Parlour', will be hosting an Alice in Wonderland themed Mad Hatters tea party with art & craft activities, a magic show, storytelling and tea party lunch.
The Mad Hatters tea party will take place in The Ice Cream Farm's very own tipi playhouse, which will be decorated as a special wonderland with flamingos, playing cards, crazy hats and clocks. Children are invited to attend in their fanciest dress and maddest hat.
Bookable slots are available at 11.30am-1pm and 4.30pm-6pm.Tickets are just £7 per child which includes all of the above plus a hot drink & cake for one accompanying adult. VIP Play Pass holders with receive a 10% discount.
To book a place please call 0800 133 7000, limited spaces available.

To find out more about The Ice Cream Farm and upcoming events, please visit: www.theicecreamfarm.co.uk

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