Wild n Wacky
With three separate play areas - one for babies, one for toddlers and one for older children- Wild & Wacky offers the ultimate in safe and stimulating indoor play. Each area is packed with exciting and highly innovative play features set across a stunning multi-tier environment aimed at encouraging discovery and exploration.
Open seven days a week from 9.30am to 6pm, Wild & Wacky also has a 150-seater cafe serving a wide range of freshly prepared meals and snacks as well as premium quality coffees, teas and cold drinks. Parents can relax in leather sofas, read complimentary daily newspapers or make use of the free wi-fi internet access.
Since launching in May, Wild & Wacky has already received fantastic feedback from its customers for its cleanliness, friendly staff and quality food as well as a play frame that children can't get enough of. What's more, the local Environmental Health department recently awarded the centre a five star rating for its outstanding food hygiene.
Children's parties are available seven days a week and include 90 minutes of play, ÃÂ½
hour food time, the choice of either hot or cold party food, unlimited squash and water,
invitations, a party host plus a party throne and return entry for the birthday child. Party bags are an optional extra and off-peak party rates are available on weekdays during term time for children four years old and under. For further information about Wild & Wacky, visit www.wildnwacky.co.uk or call 01279 426976.
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