The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: July 2015
Today was a very special day for a lucky handful of competition winners and for the local press who had a first glimpse behind the scenes to see the 'whole new world of fun' which has been taking shape at 'The Ice Cream Farm'.
With last minute preparations still in progress, your intrepid reporter was able to gain a sneak preview of the delights which are about to be unveiled to all who visit this latest attraction at 'The Ice Cream Farm'. The 'Honeycomb Canyon' attraction, Europe's largest sand and water play area, is likely to prove a real hit with children of all ages, whatever the English weather!
'The Ice Cream Farm' will also boast possibly the world's largest purpose-built ice cream parlour. Tattenhall Online's reporter was privileged to eat the very first ice cream to be served from the new Artisan Room — Strawberry and Cream flavour — and delicious it was too!
So, with the Official Opening Day on Tuesday 21 July and whatever the weather, there's 'a whole new world of play' on our very own doorstep.
'Tattenhall Onliners' are also promised some special deals as the year unfolds so don't forget to keep looking out for the codes on our Home Page.
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