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messageParty venue for 5 year old with outdoor space?
Posted by Bee46 May 07, 10:18AM

Just that, can anyone recommend anywhere with outdoor space as well as an indoor area ?

messageRe: Party venue for 5 year old with outdoor space?
Posted by Kaija May 07, 12:05PM

Hi. The Herne Tavern has a nice back garden+indoor space for private party.
We have been for a birthday there.

messageRe: Party venue for 5 year old with outdoor space?
Posted by birnehelene May 07, 02:28PM

St faiths on red post hill

messageRe: Party venue for 5 year old with outdoor space?
Posted by UlStED May 07, 04:13PM

WE had our son's 5th birthday party at the East Dulwich Community Centre on Darell Road. It's not the most fancy building but has good space inside and outside and you get use of the kitchen - and it's cheap. We had a football party and the kids really enjoyed it.

messageRe: Party venue for 5 year old with outdoor space?
Posted by tiddles May 08, 05:17AM

Dkh adventure playground?

messageRe: Party venue for 5 year old with outdoor space?
Posted by beansprout May 08, 10:31PM

Francis Peak Centre in Dulwich Park. Has sink and toilet facilities and can open doors out to grassy area - make as much noise as you want in room in building. Well, prob not free parking on site!

messageRe: Party venue for 5 year old with outdoor space?
Posted by sweetgirl May 09, 10:14PM

I'm having my son at the adventure playground in dog kennel hill

messageRe: Party venue for 5 year old with outdoor space?
Posted by JL Dulwich May 11, 08:47PM

We had our child's party at the South London Scout Centre, SE21, email: slsc@slsc-thefort.org.uk.

We booked the Sunley building, which is a massive space with a well-equipped, quite large kitchen and toilets. There are also fold out tables and chairs available at no extra charge, lots of outside space and free on-site parking.

We thought the cost was really reasonable (50 for 4 hours, though this was the cost last year; it may have increased), and everything was much more impressive than we were expecting, given the few photos on their website.

Something to keep in mind is that you will need to decorate and set things up yourself.


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