Win a free children’s party with Action Pussycat

PUBLISHED: 10:14 16 January 2018 | UPDATED: 12:42 20 January 2018

Win a children's party with Action Pussycat.

Win a children's party with Action Pussycat.

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A popular children’s entertainer has teamed up with the Weston Mercury to offer a free child’s party for one lucky reader.

Win a children's party with Action Pussycat.Win a children's party with Action Pussycat.

Action Pussycat, from Weston, has been running children’s birthday parties and entertainment since May 2001.

One lucky winner will be able to choose from a wide range of party packages to make their child’s birthday extra-special.

Parties include a magic show, a games party, an interactive disco, themed parties, a bouncy castle with music and magic, an adventure zone multi-activity package or a Batman or Jedi home party.

Owner Ade Bowen said: “Action Pussycat parties have a mix of high-energy, non-elimination games, dances and magic that will make your child’s birthday as unique and as special as they are.”

Action Pussycat has more than 16 years of experience in the industry and can also be seen at school discos and events and attractions.

The magic show provides plenty of laughs and audience participation while games parties are packed with high-energy games.

Interactive discos include lights, bubbles, party dances, non-elimination games, prizes and a touch of magic.

With a themed party, the whole celebration can be based around favourite characters from films and TV shows such as Frozen, Trolls or superheroes.

Younger children will enjoy an adventure zone bouncy castle party, with different activity stations, free play, games and competitions.

Batman or a Jedi can visit your home with themed games and activities for Star Wars or superhero fans and the magic and bounce party offers a bouncy castle and magic show.

The winner will be able to invite as many people as they choose to the party as there is no limit on the number of guests – except for the home parties.

Parties are for three to 12-year-olds and the lucky winner will have up to 12 months to book their prize.

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