It seems like such a long time ago that i, Suzannah Jones, Graduated from the Lloyds Bank School For Social Entrepreneurs.
Our first ever Birthday Party Hire set-up
As with anything we all have to start somewhere.
After coming up with the idea of Birthday Party Hire, we then needed to get our first booking.
We were very pleased and excited when we were contacted by a lovely mum. She was throwing her son Stanley a fabulous 4th Birthday Party in Newton Abbot.
A great time had by all, including us!
After all the planning we were finally able to share the sensory magic with others. We arrived and set up, surprisingly without a hitch and with time to spare too. The sensory equipment looked great at the venue especially as the twinkle of Christmas was in the air. We thoroughly enjoyed setting up all the equipment and arranging it, knowing that it was soon to be enjoyed by many others.
Stanley’s mum was really kind to share some of the photo’s she took with us, reporting that everyone had a great time.
“Thank you so much, the pop up sensory environment was just perfect for my son Stanley and his friends at his 4th birthday party. They all loved the equipment and had an amazing time!
The mats and lights on the floor were perfect for some of the children to sit/lie on when out of their wheelchairs and the dark tents were a massive hit! You guys were lovely and made it so easy. It was all set up for the start of the party and then taken away at the end, I didn’t have to do a thing!
Thank you again, I just can’t recommend you enough!!”
A Special Day
Stanley and that day will always remain a special one to us as it was one of many firsts. Our first booking, our first Birthday Party Hire set-up and our first moment of accomplishment in achieving what we had set out to do.
We are very much looking forward to spreading more sensory joy this year and helping to make birthdays special.
We have lots of specialist sensory equipment that we can ‘pop-up’ and adapt to your venue or space.
Join us on this exciting journey...
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