Welcome to the home of Candy Floss Princess Pamper Parties. We cover a large geographic area including Barnet . Here at Candy Floss Princess Pamper Parties, we pride our selves on our magical pamper parties that we deliver to your children.
When Candy Floss was first founded by Victoria Strange, our parties were very basic, such as Glitter nails, glitter, feather boa’s and a catwalk, over the last 18 months we now have over seven different parties on offer, Real Princesses, Princess Pamper Party Candy Store and our Princess Pamper Party Supplies store where you can purchase all you will need for your Childs party.
You can book your childs event on line, via Facebook or by phone, these events are not just for birthdays, they can be for any event. Once you book a Candy floss princess pamper party for your child, or teen, you have entered the Candy Floss Princess pamper world. You can also order your girls pamper goody bags for your teen or children, princess pamper presents, princess pamper Candy Cones, Princess pamper sweet trees, girl Princess pamper Balloons, Princess pamper Piñatas, Princess pamper Table Cloths and so much more from our Candy Floss Princess pamper Candy Store and Candy Floss princess pamper Party Supplies.
We are always updating our party’s to coincide with the current market of beauty and cinema blockbusters such as Frozen and Cinderella, if a new princess movie is released then we will design a themed party for which ever film, which swiftly brings me on to our themed parties… Candy Floss Princess Pamper Parties caters for ages between 4 and 17, our “Themed” parties are a fantastic event for your children or child to experience between 4 and 9 – Our “Themed” parties and events enable your child to choose one of the following themes - One Direction - Hawaiian - Tinkerbell - Cinderella - Glee - Bratz - Hello Kitty - Monsters High – Popstars – or our very popular Frozen Party were your children or child can experience a real life princess such as Queen Elsa, Anna, Tinkerbelle, Cinderella, come visit them at your home or venue of your choice – the “Themed” party includes the following… Personalized princess pamper letter to the birthday girl, princess pamper Invites, princess pamper Mini Manicure or Pedicure or Glitter Varnish, Themed Tattoos, Themed Make Over, Jewellery, Hair Sprinkles, Comedy Glasses, Neon Hair Pieces, Feather Boas, Bubble Machine, Themed Karaoke, Themed Competitions, Bracelet Making, Games with Themed Prizes Themed Music.
If you have a child or children aged between 13 and 17 we can provide our “Miss Diva Party” these gorgeous pamper Events are tailored specifically to suit your teen’s age age – these parties include the following ….. 90 Minute Party, Teen Personalized invites, Mini Manicure, Mini Pedicure, Hand Massage, Teen Make Over, Mini facial - A cleanse, tone, scrub, and moistirise for all skin types, Chocolate Fondue and Marshmallows, Teen Beauty Quiz, Teen Magazines and Music. We also cater for children who maybe do not want our pamper expereince – we can provide you with our 1 hour of pure of fun for your number one – “Wands & Crafts Party”this party is perfect for children from 4+ and includes…Biscuit Decorating, child friendly Sweeties, Crown Decorating, Glitter Tattoos, Princess Colouring, Competitions, Karaoke, Dancing, Music, Games, Pass the Parcel, Chocolate Fondue with 7 Marshmallows. Our aim at Candy Floss Princess Pamper Partys is to make sure that your child or childrens event is truly a girls or teens day to remember. Another one of our popular partys is our One Direction children’s pamper birthday party, this truly is such a fun event, our One Direction candy and party supplies go amazingly with this pamper party. We cater for all events, if you are booking us to host your child or childrens birthday, you could book our “You to us children’s Princess pamper parties for birthday and other different events” this includes the following … We use our venue, so we can set up and clear way, this includes the following, 90 Minute Princess Pamper Party, Personalized Princess Pamper Letter to the Birthday Girl, Personalized Princess pamper Party Invite’s, Mini Manicure or Pedicure or Glitter Varnish, Hair Glitter Spray, Glitter tattoos, Make up, Hair Accessories, Hair Sprinkles, Comedy Glasses, Neon Hair Pieces, Bubble Machine, Chick Flicks (Age Appropriate), Karaoke, Various Competitions, Red Carpet Catwalk, Bracelet Making, Games with Prizes, Music. While waiting for pamper treatments children or teens can experiment with all make up and lots of glitter while feasting on marshmallows and our chocolate fountain/Fondue, they can also sing there hearts out to the Karaoke machine provided. Your teen’s prom, a prom is a very special event for your teen so it’s inevitable that they would like to be pampered, we can do a full make over transforming them to be the bell of the ball.
Information about Barnet
High Barnet or Chipping Barnet is an area in the London Borough of Barnet, England. It is a suburban development built around a 12th-century settlement and is located 10 miles (16 km) north north-west of Charing Cross. Its name is very often abbreviated to Barnet, which is also the name of the London Borough of which it forms a part. Chipping Barnet is the name of the Parliamentary constituency covering the local area - the word "Chipping" denotes the presence of a market (one was established here at the end of the twelfth century and persists to this day). Barnet belonged to the County of Hertfordshire until 1965, when under the London Government Act 1963, East Barnet Urban District and Barnet Urban District were abolished and their area was transferred to Greater London to form part of the present-day London Borough of Barnet. The town's name derives from an ancient settlement, recorded as Barneto c.1070, Barnet 1197, La Barnette 1248, that is 'the land cleared by burning', from Old English bærnet, referring to the clearing of this once densely forested area in early times. This was the site of the Battle of Barnet in 1471 (more accurately, Hadley), where Yorkist troops led by King Edward IV killed the rebellious "Kingmaker" Richard Neville, Earl of Warwick and Warwick's brother, John Neville, 1st Marquess of Montagu. This was one of the most important battles of the Wars of the Roses. Barnet Hill is said to be the hill mentioned in the nursery rhyme "The Grand Old Duke of York". It is also the site of an ancient and well-known horse fair, whence comes the rhyming slang of Barnet Fair or barnet for 'hair'. The fair dates back to 1588 when Queen Elizabeth I granted a charter to the Lord of the Manor of Barnet to hold a twice yearly fair. The famous Barnet Market is now over 810 years old. On 23 August 1199 King John issued a charter for a market at Barnet to the Lord of the Manor, the Abbot of St. Albans, John de Cella. Chipping Barnet was historically a civil parish of Hertfordshire and formed part of the Barnet Urban District from 1894. The parish was abolished in 1965 and the Chipping Barnet section of its former area was transferred from Hertfordshire to Greater London and the newly created London Borough of Barnet. In 1801 the parish had a population of 1,258 and covered an area of 1,440 acres (6 km²). By 1901 the parish was reduced to 380 acres (1.5 km²) and had a population of 2,893. In 1951 the population was 7,062. In Saxon times the site was part of an extensive wood called Southaw, belonging to the Abbey of St Albans. The name of the town appears in early deeds as 'Bergnet' - the Saxon word 'Bergnet' meant a little hill (monticulus). Barnet's elevated position is also indicated in one of its alternative names ('High Barnet'), which appears in many old books and maps, and which the railway company restored. According to local belief, though not verified, "Barnet stands on the highest ground betwixt London and York." The area was historically a common resting point on the traditional Great North Road between the City of London and York and Edinburgh. At the beginning of the 21st century, a tongue-in-cheek movement calling for the name Barnet to be changed to "Barnét" began to gain the attention of the public and the national media, with many public road signs in the area regularly being altered to contain the accented character. Barnet Council has been treating any such alterations to public road signs as vandalism. Religious sites St John the Baptist Church (built 1560), which stands in what was the centre of the town, was erected by John de la Moote, abbot of St Albans, about 1400, the architect being Beauchamp. Playing on its antiquity, it continues to call itself "Barnet Church", although this is not an official title. It is in fact the parish church of Chipping Barnet only, whilst Christ Church is the parish church of High Barnet, St Mark's is the parish church of Barnet Vale, St James's is the parish church of New Barnet, and St Mary the Virgin is the parish church of East Barnet. The parish church of St Mary the Virgin Monken Hadley (rebuilt 1494) also has parish boundaries which include a significant part of High Barnet, including much of Barnet High Street. St John the Baptist Church Tomb of Thomas Ravenscroft in Chipping Barnet Church St John the Baptist, the ancient parish church of Chipping Barnet, consists of a nave and aisles separated by clustered columns which support four pointed arches; a chancel with an east window of good Perpendicular tracery; a vestry, built in the reign of James I by Thomas Ravenscroft; and at the west end, a low, square embattled tower. In 1679, James Ravenscroft (son of Thomas) established a charity, which provides funds for the repair and maintenance of the tomb of Thomas Ravenscroft and his wife Thomasina. The church was extensively renovated in 1872, at which time the tomb of Thomas Ravenscroft was moved from the chancel to a newly built chapel. The living of Barnet is a curacy, held with the rectory of East Barnet till the death of the last incumbent in 1866, when the livings were separated. The parish of Chipping Barnet, served by St John's Church, was provided with a chapel-of-ease in Victorian times; subsequently Chipping Barnet parish was split in two, and the chapel-of ease (on Bells Hill, Barnet) raised to the status of a parish church, dedicated to St Stephen. James Ravenscroft In addition to the charity established to maintain his father's tomb, James Ravenscroft (and his wife Mary) established a charity to support six "poor and ancient women". Geography The tower of Barnet parish church — St John the Baptist — at the top of Barnet Hill claims to be the highest point between itself and the Ural Mountains 2,000 miles (3,200 km) to the east. However, the same has been said of numerous other points. Since the opening of the railway, development has increased considerably, especially in the west of the area near Arkley.