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To ask if these are reasonable and would you pay it?

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nojustificationneeded Thu 04-Aug-11 15:55:33

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2littlegreenmonkeys Thu 04-Aug-11 15:57:02

I'd pay it smile

Good Luck x

MorticiaAddams Thu 04-Aug-11 15:58:08

How many children is this for?

MorticiaAddams Thu 04-Aug-11 15:58:43

Oh and presumably it would be in their home or booked venue.

2littlegreenmonkeys Thu 04-Aug-11 16:01:14

There is a company local to me that do childrens parties, with food, play equipment, table decorations & venue. But the host has to provide the cake and and party bags and invites. They do a basic package for £195 inclusive for up to 30 children for 2 hours and I would pay that (if I had the money grin )

izzywhizzyletsgetbusy Thu 04-Aug-11 16:02:28

Need more info: what's a 'science' party?

Do you have sample menus for the food, and examples of the contents of a party bag?

Is the cake a sponge - plain, chocolate etc - and what size is it?

Have you set a minimum/maximum number of guests?

nojustificationneeded Thu 04-Aug-11 16:02:43

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DoMeDon Thu 04-Aug-11 16:04:22

What is a science party????

Sounds a bargain to me.

minouminou Thu 04-Aug-11 16:05:37

Sounds alright.

olibeansmummy Thu 04-Aug-11 16:05:40

That sounds like a good price for all that and a venue smile would a 1 hour party be long enough though?

LoveMyGirls Thu 04-Aug-11 16:06:11

Yes I would, good luck!

DottyDot Thu 04-Aug-11 16:07:16

sounds intriguing and as a Northener, I'd be interested to know what the party involves..! wink

nojustificationneeded Thu 04-Aug-11 16:08:53

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Iwillneverknowtidiness Thu 04-Aug-11 16:10:10

For 25 kids and getting a venue, food, cake, party bags, £150 is a HUGE bargain.

Helenagrace Thu 04-Aug-11 16:10:45

It's cheaper than mad science and they don't include food or cake.

As long as the quality of the science bit is good I'd pay it.

BeerTricksPotter Thu 04-Aug-11 16:10:46

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nojustificationneeded Thu 04-Aug-11 16:13:40

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joric Thu 04-Aug-11 16:14:40

Will you inbox me - DD would love this

Ormirian Thu 04-Aug-11 16:15:07

Sounds good but how many kids? If that is for 20 kids it's a bargain. Just 5 not so much.

joric Thu 04-Aug-11 16:15:58

Don't worry if you can't BTW ...I don't want to get you in trouble sad

Groovee Thu 04-Aug-11 16:18:29

I'd happily pay that....would you travel further north and across the border grin

DoMeDon Thu 04-Aug-11 16:18:58

Sounds fab - great idea for a party - think I've found my new business venture wink

Reiden Thu 04-Aug-11 16:20:27

What is a science party?

LIZS Thu 04-Aug-11 16:20:38

I think you are underpricing it tbh and perhaps making it unnecessarily complicated for yourself. You could easily pay £50 just for a venue. Do you really want the hassle of arranging a cake to order ? That could take a couple of hours work in itself and £60 to cover cake, food and party bags (and venue?) does n't seem a lot nor does £20 for an hour's extra of your time and any additional materials. Start with a basic package of your entertainment invitations and bags (for up to 12, 12-20 kids etc) and maybe have details of a few venus so that when people enquire you can pass them on with some knowledge.

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