With only 3 fixtures left this season, don't miss your chance to have a Cardiff Blues birthday party!
This season Cardiff Blues junior birthday parties have gone from strength to strength. With the move to the new stadium, Bruiser and friends have been able to entertain juniors celebrating their birthday's in fantastic surroundings with the players.
Junior birthday parties are available exclusively to junior club members and are a fantastic way to show off your team to your friends.
Birthday parties consist of a small luncheon in the birthday room with your friends, fun and games with Bruiser and his assistants, a meet and greet with 2 or 3 players, match tickets and a goodie bag with the match program in as well as assorted Blues goodies!
The birthday boy or girl also stands as part of the Blues guard of honour as the team take to the pitch for the rugby action.
Georgina Hughes, birthday party co-ordinator for the Blues emphasised how much Junior Club members have enjoyed birthday parties this season;
"We've had great fun with Bruiser and the players this season, we've welcomed 10 birthday parties so far and we've still got space for 3 more.
"Our parties are only available to junior club members, but it's not too late to join up to Team Blue or Team Bruiser."
Birthday parties cost £15 per head but a smaller package can be purchased for £10 each.
Junior club membership is still open and costs £10 for season ticket holders and £15 for non season ticket holders. NB, only the child who is celebrating their birthday must be a junior club member.
To book a birthday party, or for more information on Junior Clubs, please contact Georgina on 02920 643 779.
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