What a fantastic weekend!

LittleFolk and ParentFolk smashed it, there were crafts, bubble, plenty of dancing and gorgeous things to explore in the pop-ups pup-up area! We had a ball!

A huge thank you to everyone that came along, we have made lots of new lovely friends!

We have even more fun things planned for the summer holidays – keep tuned for more information!

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Suns out! #parentfolkweekender

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Make the most of the summer and come join us for evening yoga classes in the garden (weather permitting)
Beginners are welcome, please BYO mat!

Classes are £10 and held the first Tuesday of the month, weather permitting. Refreshments will be available after the session.

Dates scheduled so far:
Tuesday 4th July
Tuesday 1st August

To book a space click here.


Father’s Day is just around the corner (Sunday 18th June) and if you’re on the lookout for a way to treat your dad then look no further.

They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach, so why not celebrate with a good bottle of wine and a delicious meal.

Better still we’ve partnered with Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse, so dad get’s two Paddock tickets to Family Fun Evening at Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse on Wednesday 16th August when they dine on Sunday 18th June.

Terms and conditions.
Two paddock tickets to Bangor-on-Dee Racecourse for Wednesday 17th June will be given to every dad or grandad that dines in The White Horse on Sunday 18th June. Tickets are non-transferable and cannot be exchanged for a cash alternative. Voucher for tickets will be given on Sunday 18th June after dining in the Restaurant. Voucher will detail application process for accessing tickets.

To book click here, or call 01244 304 650.


We are delighted to be hosting the first ParentFolk Weekender with on Saturday and Sunday June 24 – 25 between 12noon and 7pm.

Sit back and enjoy food and drink from out outside BBQ and garden bar or book a table for a sit-down meal inside.

The event is set to be a fabulous, fun-packed weekend for all, curated by ParentFolk, the hip North West regional newspaper for those who are rocking parenting their own way. The event, sponsored by Toddler Fun Learning, is the first of a series of ParentFolk weekenders over the next 12 months, each to be held in an iconic location celebrating the best food, fun and lifestyle for the whole family.

ParentFolk founder Nicola Spindler says: “Weekenders used to be about hedonism, throwing a few shapes and partying until dawn. But now we’re the parents, we need to reinvent the weekender, ParentFolk style.
“We figure if the LittleFolk are entertained you get to relax, so there’s going to be plenty of activities, creative stimulation and entertainment for all ages to keep them engaged and occupied across the weekend.”

There will be pop up arts and crafts, circus workshops, soccer skills, sundowner headdress-making sessions and T-shirt printing.

And once all that’s tired them out there’ll be kids’ yoga workshops, magical storytelling, and even a toddler zone to keep little ones entertained.

Plus a lovely shopping experience with a ‘pop-ups-pop-up’, a selection of gorgeous independent retailers from the region and across the UK.

For more information visit



The polo returns to Chester Racecourse, with the LDF International Tournament on the 2nd and 3rd June and the Roodee Challenge Cup on the 8th and 9th September.

Both events offer the perfect opportunity to gather family and friends to enjoy one of the most thrilling team sports live in action. On the second day of each event there will be a fun for all the family with a host of free activities to enjoy.

For visitors looking for an extra special polo experience, Chester’s luxurious hospitality tent offers just the thing. Guests are invited to a brief introduction to the game of polo followed by delicious lunch. After dining, guests are invited to take a seat on the picket fenced terrace, offering a front row seat to the action.

Make the most of your polo experience and enjoy lunch in The White Horse before strolling over to the Roodee to see the first Chukka at around 2pm.

General admission entry is free on the first day of each event and just £8 on the second day. Children aged 17 and under go free to all Chester Polo events.

Not long to go until the #ldfinternational 2 / 3 June #chesterpolo #polosport #pololife

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