I have visited this play centre twice recently, both times to escape the weather, once when it was raining and so finding it hard to entertain the kids and the other when it was boiling hot and thought it better to be playing inside to escape the heat! Both times my kids (2 & 6) loved it and we were there for about 3-4 hours per time. I did go both times mid week and in school time so it wasn't that busy and there was plenty of available parking. There is an admission price for kids, again cheaper in school hours than weekends and a cafe where you can buy reasonably priced meals/ snacks and drinks. Both times the food I had was of good quality. The play areas are sectioned into an under 1/baby area; an under 4/toddler area and then the rest- there is a small soccer/basketball area to the rear and a couple of other ball pool areas. It has a ship theme and on our 1st visit, the oversized Pirate came out to say hello and have a dance around to "Hokey Cokey"which my little one loved. There is a large seated area and some separate party rooms which are themed in various styles. I know this is a new play centre but it is very clean...toilets included. My only gripes are that there is only 1 baby change table in the ladies, which may be an issue if it is busy on a weekend with lots of mums and young ones and other than that my only other whinge is that there is an area with quite a few gift dispensing machines...you know the sort, £1 for basically some rubbish toy or sweets, you don't need them there, they are just annoying for parents who have to constantly say No to kids when you have already paid to take them in there!
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