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    Will there be much to entertain a 3 year old boy?
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    Theres a fair few clowns from this site that will be there for starters

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    Polythene bags, I can bring some.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    Will there be much to entertain a 3 year old boy?
    depends on how fuzzy

    we have on site

    GIANT CONNECT 4, GIANT JENGA, SPACE HOPPERS, TWO FOOTBALL GAMES,
    LARGE BLOW BUBBLE KITS (99p)

    1 MILE away in Charlton Village LAKES, and PLAY AREA for little ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BAKERMAN View Post
    we have on site

    GIANT CONNECT 4, GIANT JENGA, SPACE HOPPERS, TWO FOOTBALL GAMES, LARGE BLOW BUBBLE KITS.
    Yeah but, what have you got for the kids

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buz View Post
    Theres a fair few clowns from this site that will be there for starters
    Thats ruined it for me then

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    Yeah but, what have you got for the kids
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    Quote Originally Posted by att View Post
    Polythene bags, I can bring some.
    Ah! The spirit of Michael Jackson will be there - att's bringing something white, plastic and dangerous to children

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slowdown View Post
    Ah! The spirit of Michael Jackson will be there - att's bringing something white, plastic and dangerous to children
    I wondered how long it would take, the alternative was Gary Glitter i guess

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    I'll be bringing some Glowsticks for the kids to play with Saturday evening. Cracking idea that Slimbo.

    They're bloody useless in the day mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brassmonkey001 View Post
    Will there be much to entertain a 3 year old boy?
    The Gary Glitter Playgroup and Nursery will be on site to provide you with peace of mind as to what your little treasures may be up to.

    For the older children, especially the girls, the Silvio Berlusconi academy of nude journalism will be recruiting volunteers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taff View Post
    I'll be bringing some Glowsticks for the kids to play with Saturday evening. Cracking idea that Slimbo.

    They're bloody useless in the day mind.
    You could provide the kids with really strong sunglasses

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    Planning on leaving my sprogs here this weekend, but last year the straw bales provided hours of fun.

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    a couple of sips of Jaergermeister or Proff's homebrew should see any kid sorted(quiet) for a day or 2....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shugie View Post
    Planning on leaving my sprogs here this weekend, but last year the straw bales provided hours of fun.
    Couldn't make it last year but I remember the previous year's antics with the kids building themselves castles and stairs and ramps and allsorts with the bales, surrounded by jealous looking tossers who you knew damn well wanted to join in as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanum View Post
    Couldn't make it last year but I remember the previous year's antics with the kids building themselves castles and stairs and ramps and allsorts with the bales, surrounded by jealous looking tossers who you knew damn well wanted to join in as well
    Like this, my two top left.
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