It's almost the end of the year, and that means New Year's Eve celebrations! If you have children, however, New Year's Eve takes a little bit more organising than it did before parenthood - there's bedtimes and babysitters to think about, but did you know that there are some events in Birmingham that you can take your children to? These family friendly events are great for parents and kids alike - no babysitter needed!
Family Fun at Ice Skate Birmingham New Canal Street, Birmingham, B5 5RB Website: Click here for more details.
From 4pm to 7pm.
Enjoy ice skating, the Birmingham Big Wheel, children’s rides, dodgems and lots more for the whole family!
German food and drink available.
Image: Ice Skate Birmingham Facebook page
New Year’s Eve Family Disco, Weoley Castle Weoley Castle Working Men’s Club, 158 Barnes Hill, Birmingham, B29 5TY Website: Click here for more details.
Family friendly disco in the President’s Lounge, starting at 7:30pm.
£3 entry for non-members of the Club.
Image: Weoley Castle Facebook page
New Year’s Eve Disco at St Wilfred’s Community Centre St Wilfred’s Community Centre, Shawsdale Road, B36 8LY Website: Click here for more details.
Family friendly disco starts at 8pm.
Tickets only £5 for adults and £3 for children.
Kids tuck shop will be open, with great deals and hot food!
A large selection of soft drinks, tea and coffee will also be available.
New Year’s Eve Family Ball, Sutton Coldfield Town Hall Upper Clifton Road, Sutton Coldfield, B73 6AB Website: Click here for more details.
A family disco party suitable for all ages!
Starts at 7pm in the Town Hall Vesey Ballroom.
DJ and buffet.
Adults £30.00 Children £19.50
New Year’s Eve at Sutton Sports Bar South Parade, Sutton Coldfield, B72, 1QU Website: See the Facebook page
From 7pm until late.
Disco and buffet – only £6 per ticket.
New Year’s Eve Kids Disco at Manor Farm – Farmhouse Inns Manor Farm – Farmhouse Inns, Chester Road, Birmingham, B35 7AG Website: Click here for more details.
A New Year's Eve party just for the kids!
From 11am to 2pm.
Facepainters, glitter tattoos out, photo booth plus lots of fun and games!
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The Birmingham Crochet Club meets fortnightly to learn crochet, meet other Birmingham mums, and have a good chat. Whether you're a complete beginner or a seasoned pro, everyone is welcome to come along!
Little ones and their furry friends are invited for a free picnic party (bring your own snacks or purchase from the Pavilion Tearoom), complete with childrens entertainer, a magician, bouncy castle and face painting.