Family Celebrations

 

Whether it's a birthday, a wedding, Christmas or a special anniversary - families love to celebrate!

Special family days are when lifetime memories are created. Browse these articles for a few ideas......

Welcome to the world of Jungle Jim where top TV ventriloquist Jimmy Tamley together with his wild and whacky animal characters present a lively,visual, interactive comedy show suitable for all ages 0-100! Whether it be a private party, community event, corporate function or cruise ship, Jungle Jim provides a unique and unforgettable show. Come on Down for a “Rumble in The Jungle”! Remember it’s not just an event – it’s a memory!

Taylor Made Bears have designed an attractive and safe environment for children to enjoy imaginative play that is magical and will provide lasting memories for all. Why don't you let them host a party that your child won't forget. Parties can be customised for any occasion, birthdays, school and pre school trips, scouts, guides and much more.

A small family run business specialising in children's party equipment hire based in Exeter, Devon. The equipment includes bouncy castles, ball pools, soft play and more.

With Tiny Tots, you choose the venue and they will bring the fun to you!

Just to jolt your memory, remember the favourite old classic’s…

Does the mere thought of organising a children’s party bring you out in a cold sweat? Maybe you relish the idea of entertaining a classroom of children each year? Well one thing is for certain – the anniversary of that special day when your child came into the world will arrive, bringing with it carefully wrapped presents, vivid novelty cards, the re-appearance of more distant family members and - the obligatory birthday party!

Saddled with lugging round the globe the biggest goodie bag imaginable, he rises annually to his global challenge - and with relative ease.

For any parent, some of the most truly magical, special moments take place next to the Christmas tree on Christmas morning.

So here’s a challenge in tough economic times. How can we enjoy Christmas at a fraction of the usual cost?