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Fiddlers Ferry Family Christmas Event/wreath making
Sun 11 December 2016, 14:00 – 17:00 GMT
Come and bring the family to our popular Christmas event for site staff and the local community. Enjoy time with your children making a natural family wreath to take home, along with other activities. There may even be a visit from a special someone!! (gift for ages 0-10/believers!)
The event starts at 2pm and is due to finish by 5pm. There will be some festive music, hot mulled drink and homemade mince pies. This year we will be asking for a small donation (£1 each) towards the drink/cakes and this will be donated to 'Warrington Open Door At Christmas'.
Our special guest may drop by in our outdoor area this year so please remember to wrap up warm, wear closed toe shoes, waterproof jacket with a hood and please bring any medications that your child may need.
This is a well attended event and requires quite alot of planning/prep so please let us know asap if you can no longer attend so that your places can go to someone on the waiting list. This is a pre bookable event, no admittance without booking via eventbrite. Places are allocated on a first come basis.
The ideal age of children is 4-11 but we always have a large age range attend this event, babies/toddlers are welcome but we have limited space for prams. If you have any specific questions please contact me at email@example.com.
Please let me know if attendees of the event and myself are OK to take photos of your family on the day. You will need to sign a consent form on arrival.
Please book 1 ticket per person, whether it is for an adult or a child or a toddler.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
You have to book using your name via this site and you will need to book in your family on arrival. The ideal child age is 4-11 but if you think that your toddler/baby would enjoy coming please feel free to book, it is a family event so sibblings are very welcome, as are grandparents.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Please drive onto site (WA5 2UT) at 10mph and pull into the layby on the left hand side where a member of staff in high vis will be waiting to great you and you will then be shown where to park. Please follow site rules such as reverse parking, following yellow walkways as adhering to these rules allows the events to continue each year.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Your child should ideally leave any expensive items at home as we do not take any responsibility for loss of items. If your child likes to take photos they could bring a cheap disposible camera with them. Games consoles are activly encouraged to remain at home! There is nothing to purchase and no vending machine so the children do not need any money .
You are welcome to bring a camera and video camera.
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
firstname.lastname@example.org and 01514795795/5710. In an emergency please call 07508275850.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
No but i appreciate that plans change so please get in touch as soon as possible if you realise that your child can no longer attend.There are limited numbers for all of the activity days and places are allocated on a first come basis, I do not hold places anymore and bookings can only be done via booking on via the Eventbrite system. This allows me to keep you informed about the dates you have booked. If your child can not attend the event that you have booked for them please let me know as soon as possible so that another family can take your place as there is always a waiting list.
What happens if I do not turn up?
Places will be wasted, resources wasted and those people on the waiting list will miss out which is a real shame so please cancel your tickets in good time if you make other arrangements.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, just your booking name.
What if my child breaks the rules/boundaries ?
At family events the behaviour of children is the responsibility of the accompanying adult. However, if the behaviour is believed to be a risk to other children I will speak to the adult to address this.