FREE Kids' entertainment in Wandsworth and Chelsea pubs

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SarahFrow1981
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FREE Kids' entertainment in Wandsworth and Chelsea pubs

Postby SarahFrow1981 » Thu Aug 24, 2017 12:47 pm

Hi all,

There's a new kids' entertainment service launching at 3 Young's pubs in South London - The Cooper's Arms, Flood Street from 3rd September, The Grove, Balham from 10th September and The County Arms, Wandsworth Common from 17th September. The Kids' Table looks after the kids for free in the pub so mum and dad can kick back, relax and enjoy some adult conversation over Sunday lunch. The Facebook page is http://www.facebook.com/TheKidsTableUK/ you just have to book a table at the pub for Sunday lunch and the service is free to customers.
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Re: FREE Kids' entertainment in Wandsworth and Chelsea pubs

Postby rooting4tooting » Fri Sep 08, 2017 10:09 am

that sounds a superb idea. what age range?
and before you point me to the facebook link.
I do not do face book

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Re: FREE Kids' entertainment in Wandsworth and Chelsea pubs

Postby Mrs Contractor Mum » Fri Sep 08, 2017 1:32 pm

Flyer says suitable for 3-10 year olds.

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Re: FREE Kids' entertainment in Wandsworth and Chelsea pubs

Postby SarahFrow1981 » Sun Sep 10, 2017 8:58 am

Hello Mrs Contractor Mum and rooting4tooting,

The service is for 3 - 10 year olds; under 3s are welcome to join in the fun but must be accompanied by an adult.

Thanks!

Sarah

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Re: FREE Kids' entertainment in Wandsworth and Chelsea pubs

Postby Alchemy » Sun Sep 10, 2017 11:44 am

Brilliant idea! We go to the County Arms quite often, so this is perfect.

rooting4tooting wrote:I do not do face book

You don't need to "do" Facebook (as in, have an account) to read a public Facebook page.


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