The Wonder Inn was the perfect location for a ‘right old northern knees up with your nippers’ – from the outside it looks like a tiny old pub next to Shude Hill tram stop (blink and you’ll miss it) but on the inside it’s a leafy labyrinth of rooms and passageways, dimly lit with fairy lights providing the perfect magical atmosphere for young minds.
Spread over two floors there was a hidden gem in each room. Something for all ages.
The Cafe Bar: A place to eat, drink and chill
The Barn: Professor Jiggets Secret Tales (Story Telling)
The Loading Bay: Groovy Sensory Play and Ukuele drop in jammin sessions… Sebastian LOVES sensory play so this was ideal for him!
The Garden Room: Mucky Monster Club & Mud Kitchen
Sebastian was in his element! From mud and spaghetti to rice and slime…he attempted to eat everything in sight and spent most of the time carrying a plastic watering can around. The simple things hey!
Hallway: Silent Disco, Madchester murals / make do & mess, face painting and Everything sweet threads pop up shop.
At nearly 33 you think I would have been to a silent disco before…. erm nope! Just look at Sebastian’s face! Pure happiness! #ravingtothetrollssoundtrack
Ballroom: Bar for the grown ups (yippee), vinyl revival DJ and Disco Mums guest DJ slot…
…and you can’t have a ‘right old northern knees up’ and not have a dressing up box…
The Wonder Inn was packed and I mean packed! Everyone was dancing, the place was buzzing and it had an amazing atmosphere! It was a mini glasto for kids! We had an absolute blast! A right old northern knees up!
The next ‘social’ is a spooktacular one at Sale Masonic Hall – Fancy going? More info can be found here. We will see you there!
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