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Cheltenham’s Whole Foods Market are celebrating with a big Back to School Party

PUBLISHED: 11:08 08 September 2016 | UPDATED: 11:08 08 September 2016

Head to Cheltenham's Whole Foods Market for a weekend full of fun

Head to Cheltenham's Whole Foods Market for a weekend full of fun


As the kids head back to school, Whole Foods Market are celebrating this exciting time of year with a big party! Pop into the store on the Gallagher Retail Park during Friday 9th and Saturday 10th September, 12-4pm, to take part in a variety of fun games and activities, all in aid of Whole Kids Foundation.

Join Kobi the koala bear on FridayJoin Kobi the koala bear on Friday

On Friday Whole Foods are inviting local schools to get their own back on the grown-ups with Cream Pie throwing, plus they’ll be welcoming Kobi the Koala from Goody Good Stuff.

The Saturday will include Face-Painting, a Dog Show at 2pm and a Baking Competition at 3pm. Families can also book onto the Teddy Bear’s Picnic at 12.30pm for just £5 per child.

Both afternoons will be packed with garden games, a treasure hunt and the reappearance of the WFM giant deckchairs!

Whole Kids Foundation has been set up by Whole Foods Market with the mission to grow healthy kids through healthy eating awareness and nutrition education. In Cheltenham alone, the foundation has enabled Belmont School to be awarded a £2,540 garden grant to develop sensory learning and food growing for their autistic students. The foundation has also supported the Schools to Market scheme, enabling Coberley, Christchuch, Swindon Village and Belmont Schools to go on a seed to super market journey by growing, picking, cooking and selling chutney.


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