Liverpool Food and Drink Festival has teamed with Glitterarti Parties, a local party and character experience company, to bring fairy tales to life for the children at Claire House Children’s Hospice.
Alice and Mad Hatter Mickey from Glitterati Parties hosted a special Mad Hatter’s tea party at the Wirral-based hospice this week, sharing a cake and cordial with the children, their families and Claire Bear the Claire House mascot.
Claire House is a respite care home located on the Wirral that look after families from across Merseyside, Cheshire, North Wales, West Lancashire and the Isle of Man, providing a home-from-home environment for children and young people, helping enrich their lives so they can live them to the full.
As the chosen charity for Liverpool Food and Drink Spring Festival 2015, taking place at Sefton Park over Easter Weekend (5th-6th April), Claire House and Claire Bear will be at the event offering plenty of interactive fun for the children, including Easter card making sessions and face painting.
Mark Pearson, Event Fundraiser at Claire House, said:
“We’re delighted to be the chosen charity for Liverpool Food and Drink Spring Festival. At Claire House we’re all about laughter, positivity, care for children, and making their time with us as special as possible. It was fantastic to have Alice and the Mad Hatter stop by the hospice and we’re looking forward to putting smiles on even more faces at the festival this Easter.”
At the family focussed Liverpool Food and Drink Spring Festival, Glitterarti Parties will host their own Mad Hatter’s tea party for children where they can enjoy a magical experience with Alice, the white Rabbit, Mad Hatter Mickey and Queen of Hearts Minnie. During each one-hour sitting, the little ones can have fun with balloon modelling, dance at the mini disco, play with glitter tattoo and tuck into a tasty snack box. Tickets for the tea party cost just £5.50 per child and can be booked online now – http://www.glitterartiparties.com/events/liverpool-food-drink-festival-2015/
Other activities at Liverpool Food and Drink Spring Festival include a classic egg and spoon race, den making, a live petting farm, mini bushtucker trials and a giant inflatable village, to name just a few. Visitors can also eat, drink and shop their way around the themed zones, sampling food from around the world. There will be dedicated areas for street food, deli delights, chocolate, sweets and treats, children’s activities, beers and bangers and kitchenware.
For tickets and more information visit www.liverpoolfoodanddrinkfestival.co.uk or follow @LivFoodDrink on Twitter.