Woburn Safari Lodge "Strictly Glitter Ball"
Friday, November 30th
At the heart of Woburn Safari Park, The Safari Lodge provides one of the most fun and exciting venues in the region. Delightfully different, and offering you and your guests something undeniably special, the Safari Lodge can accommodate up to 170 guests for a party night.
The theme for Christmas parties in 2018 will be "Glitter Ball” where we fully decorate the venue and your package includes a drink on arrival, 3 course festive menu, DJ & Disco till midnight and the full décor of the venue complete with crackers & novelties on the tables.
You can simply enjoy the décor of the venue itself, or you could go as far as requesting all of your guests to dress in their finest glitzy and glamourous outfits.
On Friday 30th November we have a special "Strictly" Glitter Ball taking place where not only do you get all of the above, but on this date you will also be treated to live dance shows throughout the evening from professional dancers, plus a taster Salsa lesson after dinner to get you up on the dance floor.
Price: £55 per person
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Woburn Safari Park
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