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    Hi, I was basically wondering if anyone had any ideas of what I can do for my 16th birthday in May. There are less than 10 people in my friendship group, so whatever I do will have to be suitable for a small group.
    The reason I'm struggling for ideas is that me and my friends are quite awkward. One of us can't eat gluten, so it'd be awkward to go out for a meal; some of us don't like shopping; and we're not really a sporty group, so ice skating or something like that isn't really for us.
    Any ideas would be appreciated.
    PS, we're all female and we all like books.
    Thanks.
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    (Original post by Ally-mai)
    Hi, I was basically wondering if anyone had any ideas of what I can do for my 16th birthday in May. There are less than 10 people in my friendship group, so whatever I do will have to be suitable for a small group.
    The reason I'm struggling for ideas is that me and my friends are quite awkward. One of us can't eat gluten, so it'd be awkward to go out for a meal; some of us don't like shopping; and we're not really a sporty group, so ice skating or something like that isn't really for us.
    Any ideas would be appreciated.
    PS, we're all female and we all like books.
    Thanks.
    hey! I'm planning my 18th which is a few months away but still getting some ideas also

    I'm not sure if I'll be much help - for my 16th me & my parents went to London and went to some of the attractions

    so some ideas could be:
    Trampoline park
    Go to London or a city with loads of attractions
    Explore london / another city
    Theme Park? Alton towers/thoroe park
    host a Sleepover/Girls Night In
    if you like books then say if you like Harry Potter for example you could go and visit some Harry Potter film locations/ or go to the experience thing in london
    I'd say a concert but they but some tickets can be expensive
    go somewhere you want to visit

    if I have some more ideas I'll post
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    (Original post by bizzy_penguin)
    hey! I'm planning my 18th which is a few months away but still getting some ideas also

    I'm not sure if I'll be much help - for my 16th me & my parents went to London and went to some of the attractions

    so some ideas could be:
    Trampoline park
    Go to London or a city with loads of attractions
    Explore london / another city
    Theme Park? Alton towers/thoroe park
    host a Sleepover/Girls Night In
    if you like books then say if you like Harry Potter for example you could go and visit some Harry Potter film locations/ or go to the experience thing in london
    I'd say a concert but they but some tickets can be expensive
    go somewhere you want to visit

    if I have some more ideas I'll post
    Thanks for the ideas. I live in East Yorkshire so most things HP related are quite far away, but I may as well Google and see if there's anything.
    Thanks.
 
 
 
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