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A rave for children is returning to Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 08:31 15 September 2018

Take your children to Raver Tots this weekend. Picture: JORDAN MARSKELL/RAVER TOTS

Take your children to Raver Tots this weekend. Picture: JORDAN MARSKELL/RAVER TOTS

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Small party-animals can blow off some steam on the dance-floor this weekend at a family friendly rave.

Mini party-goers and their parents can expect an afternoon of fun with the return of Raver Tots.

The event, which previously came to Ipswich in June, is back to give the little ravers who missed out a chance to get on the dance floor.

Alongside lots of dancing and great music there will be glow sticks, UV face painting, bubbles, balloons, confetti, giant parachutes, ball ponds, and more.

Every event is risk assessed by NEBOSH Healthy and Safety professional to ensure that the music is always kept at safe levels for the youngsters ears.

A previous Raver Tot event Picture: JORDAN MARSKELL/RAVER TOTSA previous Raver Tot event Picture: JORDAN MARSKELL/RAVER TOTS

Raver Tots founder Mike Pickets, said: “The atmosphere at our parties is always amazing! As a dad, I’m really proud to offer events that are fun for both kids and parents, and that they offer positive effects on people of all types, from all walks of life, young and old.”

The rave will take place at Revolution on Sunday, September 16, from 2pm until 4pm. Tickets cost £6 for a child, £9 for an adult, and £30 for a family of four.

Children having fun at Raver Tots. Picture: JORDAN MARSKELL/RAVER TOTSChildren having fun at Raver Tots. Picture: JORDAN MARSKELL/RAVER TOTS

Thumbs up for the family friendly rave Picture: JORDAN MARSKELL/RAVER TOTSThumbs up for the family friendly rave Picture: JORDAN MARSKELL/RAVER TOTS

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