YOUNGSTERS, as well as their parents, are being invited to join the world’s largest free party .
Wacky Warehouse on Hewell Lane is hosting the giant party in celebration of its 20th birthday.
More than 5,000 kids are set to join in the merrymaking at Wacky Warehouses across the UK, with Wacky mascots’ Wendy and Wesley on hand collecting early donations for Children in Need.
The super-sized birthday party, on Friday, June 27, will feature cakes, games, prizes, music and the all-important goody bags with hosts on-hand to ensure the event goes off with a bang.
Residents have until Friday, May 30 to register for their child’s free via facebook.com/wackywarehouse.
Every ticket entitles admission for two children and one adult.
Robert Taylor, general manager of the New Tardebigge on Hewell Lane, said: “We’ve been a top choice for birthday parties over the years, so what better way to celebrate our own big birthday than by hosting the world’s biggest party.
"We’re planning a bumper load of fun and games and it’s all for free, so I’d urge local parents to register now to ensure their kids don’t miss out what is sure to be the biggest and best kids’ party of all time.”
The world’s first Wacky Warehouse opened in 1994, as a place for kids to have fun and at the same time enjoy a family meal with their parents at the adjoining pub.
Since then Wacky Warehouse has opened 78 outlets nationwide, becoming the UK’s largest soft play and activity centre for children aged up to 12-years-old, hosting more than 400,000 kids’ parties in the process.
As well as free entry into the world’s biggest party, five lucky youngsters will also receive a limited edition Wacky Platinum Card, which entitles them to unlimited free entry to Wacky Warehouses across the UK up until their 12th birthday.