Calling all under five’s and their grown ups! Woo hoo The Big Toddle is coming to Parkridge Centre at Brueton Park next month, a little walk for those big personalities and all to raise funds for Barnardos.
On Saturday 29th September you can discover all the creatures along the nature trail, win the prize for Best Fancy Dress and get your face painted too at our charity walk event. That’s all before enjoying a cuppa (for the grown ups) and cake for the wee ones.
The lovely people at Parkridge Centre have been kind enough to allow Baby About Town to host our charity nature walk, for a morning of fun and to raise well needed funds for such a worthy children’s charity. We have lots of fun planned so get the date in your diary now:
WHEN: Saturday 29th September 2018 at 11am
WHERE: Parkridge Centre, Brueton Park, Solihull, B91 3DL
WHO: For the entire family
WHAT: Stroll around the nature reserve on our Big Toddle Trail, come in your best Nature Themed fancy dress & win a prize for Best Dressed. Get your face painted as a ladybird, butterfly…… Spider-Man!
COST: £3 for all children. Grown ups FREE
In my past life, prior to becoming ‘mummy’, I spent many years as an event planner and wedding planner both here in the UK and in Europe. And although being a mummy is without doubt the best project I’ve ever been blessed with, I can honestly and without guilt (well not too much) say that I do love the buzz of a good old planning session and pulling off an awesome event and why I have kept my business running on the down-low.
But now my social circle is awesome mums rather than wedding pro’s and footballers, I have begun to apply all I know to children’s events too. In fact, I am loving it!
And so, here it is…. our first official event – The Big Toddle. For the under five’s, their grown-ups and to raise funds for the great Barnardos too, we are inviting everyone to come along.
Please head to our Facebook page and hit ‘Going’ so we know just how many little feet to expect! And follow our page too for updates and information prior to the event itself.
To see just how awesome Parkridge Centre and their Nature Tots scheme is, check out our blog post Calling Time Out & Heading to Parkridge Nature Reserve.
See you on the 29th!
*Parkridge Centre has a lovely little café for refreshments and there are toilets and changing facilities too. The nearest car park is at Brueton Park with the first two hours offering FREE car parking.