WIN a ticket to ‘The BIG Day Out for Little Kids’ Funtopia Festival…

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Tuesday 22nd August | 11:30pm – 5:30pm | Spiceball Park, Cherwell Drive, Banbury

Funtopia is a fantastic fun-packed Children’s Festival which is specifically designed for under 10’s. With role play areas, sumo suits, huge water fights, stage shows, giant inflatable games, character meet and greets, under 5’s area, high energy inflatables and more!

The Children’s Festival has several new attractions this summer, which include:

 – ‘The Baby Zone’ where the tiniest of visitors can learn and play

 – Giant 110ft Obstacle Course (where both kids and grown ups can compete!) 

– ‘The Fun-Farm’ a new Role Play Area where kids can run their own farm Stage Shows

– The new stage features shows, parties and workshops throughout the day 

– Funtopia is All-Inclusive! All of the activities and games are included in the price of your entry (please note: some activities have height/age restrictions attached).

After trialling Funtopia’s new Autism Friendly Sessions last year, they received a positively overwhelming response. The 2023 Tour shall now feature an Autism Friendly Session at the start of EVERY Funtopia! The Autism Friendly Sessions take place 10:30am-11:30am daily. Numbers are limited and tickets can be purchased in advance via Eventbrite (https://funtopiauk.eventbrite.com).

We have 5 tickets for the Main Event and 2 for the Autism Friendly Session to giveaway. The Autism Friendly Tickets are for children with autism/additional needs and their siblings.

To enter simply email your name and contact details to info@look-localmagazine.co.uk by 31st July 23’. The winners will be picked at random from all entries. Please state whether you’re entering for Main Event tickets or the Autism friendly session. 

To find out more about Funtopia visit the Facebook page www.facebook.com/funtopiauk.

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