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    SassyMummy, according to the address, it's right in the shopping Centre. Not sure how big the centre is but it probably has a coffee shop and some department stores, where the parents can kill the time.

    You gave me an idea for something to do with the boys on a rainy weekend.

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    Yes i would. Just to get to DS party in 2wks time, we have to leave home at 9am to catch a bus to then wait 40mins i think it is for another bus and get there about half hour before it starts. Great fun

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    Yep! We were going to tomorrow, but because of the weather the venue has changed to somewhere 5 minutes away!!

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    Half an hour is nothing! in my opinion that is. I'd have no problem doing this.

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    Half hour is nothing, I'd happily do that for my child

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    Hey sassy is that the one in xxxxxxxxxx?

    Of so I'll let you know what's around it (DPs mum lives near there)

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    I grew up a few streets from there, there is a little supermarket, newsagent, food shops (fish n chips etc)
    I have to drive past it on my way home so I'll check for a cafe.

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    If it is, no there's no cafe. The pub is there though. With the playground.

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    I do it for almost every party, so would not bother me.

    we just did ice skating for Agnes and it was a 30 min drive.

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    Sure would, half an hour doesn't seen like a long way to me. I am jealous, Plaster Fun House is awesome!!


 

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