Get Wild! fifth birthday party at The Galleria in Hatfield

PUBLISHED: 14:43 25 August 2017 | UPDATED: 15:29 25 August 2017

Get Wild! at The Galleria

Get Wild! at The Galleria

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Youngsters will be going wild at a party in The Galleria in Hatfield this August Bank Holiday weekend.

Get Wild! at The GalleriaGet Wild! at The Galleria

The Hatfield shopping centre’s jungle-themed indoor adventure playground, Get Wild!, is five years old.

And to celebrate the milestone, The Galleria is throwing a fabulous birthday party from 11am to 3pm.

There will be plenty of monkeying around for youngsters to enjoy on Saturday, August 26, with face-painting, balloon-modelling, traditional party games, lucky dip, a bubble machine and a giant birthday cake.

Get Wild’s mascot, Murray the Monkey, will be appearing in person throughout the day.

Murray the Monkey at The GalleriaMurray the Monkey at The Galleria

Plus, the fun and frolics that Get Wild! has on offer will be available as usual, so kids can crawl, run, swing, slide, climb and play their way around the adventure zone.

Get Wild! opened in The Galleria in 2012 to provide children aged one to 12 with an exciting and safe environment in which to play.

It features an assortment of slides, tunnels, rope walks, climbing frames and much more.

It also has an integrated coffee shop for mum and dad to relax in while the kids burn off all their energy.

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