1st April until 7th September 2014
Term time: 3:15pm-7:15pm £2. 00 (per child)Weekends: 12:00pm-6:00pm £3. 00 (per child)
Holidays: 12:00-6:00pm £3. 00 (per child)
PLEASE NOTE WE ARE CLOSED ON BANK HOLIDAYS AND AT WEEKENDS DURING THE HOLIDAYS
*Please note you may be entitled to a free pass if you are from a low income family/have a disability and/or a child with an additional need. Please Speak to our Senior Playworker, Evidence valid in the last 3 months will be required.**
**If you do not qualify for a free pass and would like a season pass, but may have difficulty paying the full amount please speak to our Playcentres Manager.
If you are coming with a group/playscheme of more than 9+ children you must ring and book with the adventure playground before hand.
We operate an Award Winning, Open Access Adventure Playground from Spring until September.
The facility is unique in this area of
We have 4 rope swings of various sizes, an ariel runway, climbing frame, trampoline, fire pit, an indoor building and large playing fields. We also provide the opportunity for children with impaired mobility to play alongside their peers on a specially designed birds nest swing and wheelchair accessible walkway.
Whilst the Adventure Playground is supervised, we are not childcare, and please note that this is an open access facility which means that children and young people are allowed to come and go as they please.
Parents are not allowed to enter the playground, If it is your childs first visit you may be permitted to enter to settle them in, but we do ask that parents do not stay too long so that children can explore the playground themselves. If you have any concerns please contact a playworker.
If your child has an additional need, parents will be allowed to supervise them in the playground. You will be issued with a visitors badge and asked to sign in.
Important information for children who are
5 Years Old
Under Ofsted Regulations If your child is 5 but is in Reception Class, they can only attend the Adventure Playground for 2 hours a day, if they are 5 but are in Year One they may attend longer.
It is your responsibility to ensure your child only stays for two hours. If it is found that your child is repeatedly left for longer than 2 hours the Playcentres may refuse future entries.