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Climb 'n Rhyme

Looking for something a little different to do with your toddler, something to burn off all that energy whilst also helping to develop their fine-motor and cognitive skills? Then Climb 'n Rhyme, the fun sensory experience for toddlers, is for you!

Toddler only climbing

Climb 'n Rhyme is our toddler only climbing session that allows children aged 2 to 4 to explore their climbing potential in a fun, safe environment with children of their own age.

Reach New Heights

To encourage your child to reach new heights, we welcome you to bring their favourite soft toy that can be placed on the climbing wall, giving them an incentive to try to climb a little higher.

Sessions last for 1 hour, which includes a 15 minute safety briefing where your toddler will also be fitted with a harness.

South Ridge Cafe

Once your child has conquered the fun climbing challenges, feel free to relax with a hot drink and snack from our South Ridge Café. Or stay for lunch, the pizzas are amazing and we’ve plenty to choose from for little tummies too! We also have a 3 tier soft play area in our cafe too. Only £4 for unlimited play!

We recommend pre booking

Sessions are popular so pre booking is recommended. Our Climb 'n Rhyme sessions take place at 10am on Monday, Wednesday and Fridays during term time.

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