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Family fun at the TEA Party - Hogs Back Brewery

Family fun at the TEA Party

There’s plenty of fun for the whole family at our TEA Party.

We’re pleased that Farms2Ewe will be bringing an array of amiable farm animals for you to meet. We hope to see:

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  • Tame sheep
  • Calf
  • Miniature pony
  • Donkey
  • Farm dog
  • Pygmy goats
  • Rabbits
  • Guinea pigs
  • Chickens/ducks

But we’ll update you nearer the time.

A party wouldn’t be complete without a bouncy castle! Because it was so popular last time, we’ve not only got a bouncy castle but also:

  • an inflatable slide
  • Football Penalty Shoot Out
  • Football darts
  • Basketball Shoot Out
  • Giant Connect 4, Noughts & Crosses and Giant Dominos

Want to be amazed? Come and see Fred in the Shed with his very own magic show. Watch his astounding tricks and meet his hilarious animal friends on the Kids Zone stage at 12.30. Don’t be late!

We love having our faces painted! This year, you’ll be able to choose between our new piggy or hop designs. Which one will you choose?

Don’t forget to bring your hat and enter our Best Hop Decorated Hat competition! There will be prizes for best in show for both adults and children!

Our wonderful heavy horses are back with us again and will be offering dray rides. This year, we’re charging £2 per ride, as all the money will go to local charities.

The local team of Yateley Morris Men will be on hand to entertain us with plenty of dancing throughout the afternoon.

So there’s a whole afternoon of fun to be had at this year’s TEA Party.

Kids Zone Opening Hours

12.00 16.30 Bouncy castle/inflatable/games
12.30 13.15 Fred in the Shed
12.00 16.00 Face painting
13.30 16.30 Horse Dray rides
12.00 16.30 Petting farm
14.20 14.40 Yateley Morris Men dancers
16.15 16.30 Yateley Morris Men dancers

Please note these timings are approximate and will be updated with any changes. Please double check before the TEA Party to avoid disappointment.

We may have to shut the Kids Zone if adverse weather conditions on the day make it unsafe.

All information correct at time of publishing (27th August 2021)

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