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Are the kids climbing the walls and sending you crazy at home but you can't take them to the local playground because it's wet, cold and miserable?
As much as I'm not a huge fan of play centres, for no particular reason other than having lots of kids in the one space. Even I have to admit sometimes a play centre is the best option to get the kids out of the house and burning off some energy on a terrible day.
I have been to many birthday parties at Kids Ahoy, it's great if you want the convenience of not having to do any of the work. You can book a party and they do all the catering, party bags, cake and keep them entertained, too easy.
Kids Ahoy is made up of two main play areas, one for the under 2's which has a little ball pit, simple toys all in a padded area that is overseen by the kiosk area and is popular with mothers groups for a mutual meeting place with the benefit of serving coffee.
The main play area is behind the entrance wall and is fitted out with a maze of tunnels, slides, climbing obstacles, and a jumping castle. There are tables that are in the main play area, so mums and dads can order something to eat or drink and watch from their table.