Family Fun Day at The Slaughters Country Inn

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Family Fun Day at The Slaughters Country Inn

On Saturday 13 August The Slaughters Country Inn will open its gates to visitors of all ages for its annual �Family Fun Day�. Throughout the day, the inn will be celebrating summer with a barbeque and plenty of games to keep the young, and the young at heart, entertained all day.

Taking place within The Slaughters Country Inn�s four acres of gardens, there will be plenty of fun activities to suit children and parents. From a bouncy castle and face painting for the younger generation, to a giant game of chess or dominoes for those looking to test their brainpower. Those feeling more energetic can also dress up in a sumo wrestling suit, or take on the Hawaiian limbo game, all on offer free of charge.

The Family Fun Day takes place from 12-5pm with free entry and use of the games. A delicious barbeque will also be on offer for visitors to buy lunch, and plenty of drinks will be on sale from the inn�s bar.

The Slaughters Country Inn is the sister property of recently refurbished The Slaughters Manor House, situated on either side of Lower Slaughter�s stream. Those who haven�t had a chance to take a look at the new look Manor are welcome to pop in and see the transformation for themselves � and perhaps cool off from the fun day with a chilled drink in the Manor�s beautiful new bar!

For further information or reservations visit or call 01451 822 143.

Posted : 04/07/2016 17:28:24

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