Vale House Café is open daily 10:30 till 4:00 weekdays and 10:00 till 4:00 weekends until Easter. Then as usual we will be open to 5:00 every day.
As spring is springing we are producing lovely new daily specials as well as the ever popular breakfasts and snacks. We aim to source as much as we can locally in addition
to supporting Fare Share Wirral who distribute surplus food to charities and community groups.
Ian, our Director remarked, thre has been an amazing increase in popularity of our hot chocolate and scrumptious cakes over the winter months. Thanks to our wonderful
baker, Amanda at the Popperie.
Private party bookings are filling the diary and each one is individually discussed and arranged to suit your event. Call 0151 638 2666 for details.
Our Afternoon Teas remain ever so popular at £8.50 each, or two for £15.00. If you book in advance you can pre-order your favourite sandwich fillings and cake varieties
and pay a little more to have the table and chairs dressed for a more special occasion.
Our famous Lunch Club has been popular for many years, partly funded and monitored by the council annually. However, due to a change in their focus this facility
will be closing at the end of March. However, with effect from beginning of April we will be launching an independent new Lunch Club serving three course hot meals at
noon on Mondays and Fridays. Gloria will be managing this service and looks forward to welcoming current and new members for good food and friendship.
Other events will be advertised across social media. Find us on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ ValeHouseCafe
Vale Kids is our pre-school playgroup in their own well equipped room in Vale House. On fine mornings the children can be seen playing safely in the enclosed Bandstand
area of the park. Currently there are just one or two spaces available for children age 2- 4. Meeting weekdays, term time only 9:15-12:15, we charge £8.50 a session. Please
call Louise on 0151 639 1386 to reserve a place.
WN Mag has voted Vale Park’s Christmas display and The Black Pearl’s nativity the best Christmas display in Wallasey. Pirates Major and Sue created a mythical
Stagasaurus and helped the fairies decorate their dwellings while Frank and Bev created a magical nativity and driftwood santa. We were pleased to see so many visitor
to the park and boat even on cold, wet winter days. The fairy Gardner and pirates have great plans for 2017 and would like to thank you all for all your support.