Well then get down to Masbro Centre on Friday afternoon (1.30pm until 4.30pm) to enjoy their family summer party.
Here's a message from the Masbro team with all the information about the day;
"500 people are expected at Masbro Centre's family summer party on Friday 19th August 1.30pm to 4.30pm in a children's extravaganza of entertainment. Youngsters will have the opportunity to win prizes in Masbro got talent dance showcase and hula hoop competitions.
Other attractions include a stilt walker, balloon bender, face painting, bouncy castle, party food, tattoos and bubbles. A Caribbean flavour will be added to the mix with some delicious curry goat and rice on offer at reasonable prices.
The event is organised by Urban Partnership Group who run the Masbro Centre. Over 20 volunteers will help including young people from the Masbro Youth Club who will run a smoothie stall, spin some tunes and take some pictures of the party.
The Masbro got talent contest will be run by Patten’s Dance Company. Sharon has been working with the Masbro for over 7 years and budding stars can come to her workshop which start from 12 noon at the Masbro dance studio on the day.
The hula hoop competition will be run by Philippa Berridge who successfully organised the second Bush Festival last Saturday.
Andy Sharpe Chief Executive of Urban Partnership Group adds "We are looking forward to a great occasion. The Masbro summer party has a huge loyal following and we expect the Centre to be packed to the rafters for this afternoon of children's entertainment."
Can you save me some curry goat, please?