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Great Ayton Soft Play

What? Soft play area

When? Third Saturday of the month
Dates:
March No Fun Time (Messy Church) all welcome
21 April, 16 June, 21 July
Please note there will be no family fun time in May.

Where? Great Ayton Methodist Church, High Street, Great Ayton, TS9 6NF

How much? £5 per session 10am till noon Snack provided.

Fun time has been a great success with children, parents, grandparents, aunties and uncles. The soft play area caters for all preschool and primary school children. The church area is cleared of all chairs, which enables our soft play provider to make the most of the space given to him. Fun for all in the community both near and far, offering parents a safe environment for the children to play, knowing that all our volunteers are safeguarding checked.

Having the Fun Time on the third Saturday of the month has set a pattern for people to remember and make arrangements to come along.

There has been many friendships made over a cup of tea/coffee, whilst guardians take time out to enjoy others company. No need to book just come along and enjoy!

Great Ayton Methodist Church
01642 725138

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