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BIRTHDAY PARTIES & GARDEN HIRE


 BOOKING IS OPEN FOR 2022
 PLEASE READ OUR POLICY  BELOW CAREFULLY
TO MAKE SURE THE GARDEN IS FOR YOU 


YOU CAN HIRE THE GARDEN ONLY DURING WEEKENDS 

starting in March  as we have no heating in our barns!

 FOR CHILDREN PARTIES, BABY SHOWERS, PHOTO SHOOTS

THE COST ARE £60

 10AM - 5PM 

(If you never been to the garden we would like you to visit us, 

An appointment is essential 

To book a visit email us : Growmayow@gmail.com )

 

Please read the below carefully to agree our policy.

  

WE ARE A GARDEN FOR WILDLIFE AND WE BELIEF IN SUSTAINABLE  RESPONSIBLE PARTIES.

 *IF YOU PLANNING A FOOTBALL PARTY WE ARE NOT FOR YOU.

*FOR BIRTHDAY PARTIES THE SPACE INSIDE FOR 15 CHILDREN MAX ONLY 

     *WE DON'T RENT OUT THE GARDEN FOR LARGE  PARTIES

 

 CHILDREN NEED TO BE SUPERVISED AT ALL TIMES!!

AS WE HAVE BEEHIVES, PONDS, WATER CONTAINERS, 

AND FLOWER BORDERS.

WE DON'T WANT CHILDREN TO ROAM ON THEIR OWN WITHOUT SUPERVISION

 IF DAMAGE IS DONE , YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR THE DAMAGE . 

( UNFORTUNATELY THERE IS A STRICT POLICY AS WE HAVE HAD PARTIES IN THE PAST WHEN CHILDREN  WHERE  LEFT TO OWN AND LOTS OF POND AND OTHER DAMAGE WAS DONE!  )


THE GARDEN IS AVAILABLE TILL 5PM ONLY 

THIS IS WHEN EVERYTHING IN THE PARK CLOSES,  ALSO THE TOILETS.

WE HAVE TWO BARNS WITH LIGHTS, A FRIDGE A, MICROWAVE, FEW PLATES CUPS AND CAKE STANDS. BUT WE ADVICE TO COME AND CHECK IT ALL OUT. TOILETS ARE OUTSIDE NEXT TO THE BROWN & GREEN CAFE

You are responsible for leaving the garden and barns as you find it, you need to clear up all wrappers balloons etc and washing up is done in the sink outside, most people bring everything themselves for the party.


As we have had last minute cancellations we have now a non-refundable deposit scheme of £30 that needs to be paid at the booking conformation.

Booking is only confirmed once we have received the deposit.

This is to avoid speculative bookings that deny access to other parties.

    

WE DON’T ALLOW

 

BOUNCY CASTLES

 

PLUGIN HEATERS,

 

NO AMPLIFIERS

 

 ( AS WE HAVE NEIGHBOURS)

 OR BIG EVENTS GATHERINGS

      PLEASE CONSIDER OUR ENVIRONMENT 

AND TRY TO KEEP PLASTIC TO A MINIMUM
BUT IF YOU MUST THAN
PLEASE CLEAR AWAY ANY  PLASTIC FROM THE GARDEN , SPECIALLY BALLOONS  AND SMALL PLASTICS
AS BIRDS AND FROGS CAN CHOKE

PLEASE PUT EVERYTHING BACK AS YOU FOUND IT, AS WE RELY ON RESPONSIBLE GUESTS.

PLEASE CONFIRM THE DATE OF YOUR BOOKING WITHIN 4 WORKING DAYS BY EMAILING US

@

GROWMAYOW@GMAIL.COM



Scroll down for  some photos of previous parties  and some party ideas which you can book at extra cost.











 For an extra £20, you can use our cob- oven.

( includes the firewood & starters)
But you need to be familiar with cooking in the cob oven!


  • Scroll down for photos of previous parties held and some party ideas you can book at extra cost

 Paul, 'The bug man' 
Arrives with a Python on his motor bike,
a super show 

http://www.slstc.southwarklea.org.uk/animal_shows.htm
 

 


 



Little folk nursery rhyme time with Cat
'Singing with my guitar,
I run fun-filled sessions of nursery rhymes (45 minutes approx.), both the much-loved old ones and some upbeat, newer 'classics'.
With some fun props and puppets to get your little ones involved, I hope my love of singing and music is infectious.'



Beanstalkarts
Becky 

































  

Fairy party invitations
                                       














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