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Halloween Brunch

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Mercure Wolverhampton Hotel, 126 Penn Road
West Midlands


Tel : +44 01902 429216

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Join us for a Halloween themed brunch and be prepared for a spooktacular occasion

A guest appearance by a well known children's character

Enjoy plenty of yummy food, music, games & dancing - includes music and games/dancing

Price - £9.00 per person For more information or to book please contact us on 01902 429216 or email:

Children to be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times, this is an unsupervised event.

The Goldthorn Hotel & Leisure Club is just a short drive to Wolverhampton and stands in attractive gardens in a suburban setting within easy reach of this thriving commercial Town Centre, the NEC, M5, M6, M42 and M54 Motorways - making it the ideal choice for both the business and leisure traveller.

Wolverhampton is a fascinating destination for a short break. Victorian Wolverhampton offers great shopping, a famous theatre and, within a short distance, you can discover the industrial heritage of the Black Country Museum or glass blowing centres, the arts and crafts elegance of Wightwick Manor, safari parks, Cadbury World, Sea Life Centre, some great pubs and steam railways.

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