We had a wonderful Sunday especially as we had our Picnic Party in support of the NSPCC.
We had been sent a fundraising kit and a few extras and we had a lovely time. Our guests were quite excited too.
Since the weather was not looking very promising, we held our picnic indoors. They are quite the best kind as it allows you to play all the games too.
Our picnic blanket was laid out on the floor and we had lots of yummy treats – sandwiches and Knoppers (we’ll talk about these in another post) and Pinkyponk juice and sausage rolls and grapes – to name a few.
There were colouring in sheets for those who wished to do so.
And there were also games.
First of all, we made our own Pontypines – which was great fun. We used wooden clothes pegs and red paper. It would be nice to make them out of felt if you have some though.
Then, we played something similar to pin the tail but we played it with Iggle-Piggle and his blanket.
Of course the main aim of the picnic was to raise money for the NSPCC. I would love it if you donate to my just giving page – (I’ve kept it open for just a bit longer)
or you could donate directly to the NSPCC here – https://www.nspcc.org.uk/what-you-can-do/make-a-donation/
So far – I’ve collected only £10 so I’ll be receiving thank you notes for them.