When: Every Saturday
Location: Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre
Time: 10:00am – 11:00am
£1.50 for siblings
Suitable from birth, toddlers, young children and those with special needs
Encouraging individuals to explore and engage with their senses can heighten their ability to interact with the world around them.
Sensory stimulation can be used to engage different areas of the brain, helping children absorb and retain more information and better meeting the educational needs of each individual.
As well as helping individuals cope with physical and developmental impairments, sensory rooms can also increase relaxation and motivation, promoting greater levels of happiness and wellbeing.
We loved our first session of messy play on Monday, it was great fun getting stuck in and messy, especially with the chocolate, my 8 month old loved it.
Well organised, my little girl loves to get messy and play in all the different areas.
Went to our first session on Monday and it was brilliant. Maggie really enjoyed it. Would definitely recommend.
My 3 year old loves coming here!! Its suitable for older kiddies too, which is really refreshing! Especially with baby number 2 on route…I think he will love coming with his little brother in a few months! Thank you Xx.
We came to our first session this morning and so glad we did. Olivia is a mummy’s girl and today she felt comfortable to crawl off on her own. What an amazing place. There is so much to do for little ones. A safe, and secure environment. Can’t wait until next week. Thank you! X.
Have you got what it takes to become a Little Mess Leader?
We are looking for self-motivated individuals, who have excellent interpersonal skills, self-confidence and plenty of enthusiasm. To be part of this exciting opportunity you will need great organisation skills, access to either a large family car or small van and overall good fitness.
This flexible opportunity is designed to fit around the rest of your life. With our training and support, it will give you all you need to succeed.
Want to speak to us about our groups? Contact us