All you need to know about play centres in Nottinghamshire

Mums and dads - looking for inspiration to keep your child amused when the sun is sulking?

By Gay Bolton
Saturday, 18th May 2019, 11:02 am
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How about checking out a play centre in Nottinghamshire or maybe one of these activities?

Kids can race their pals down four-lane and two-lane slides or scramble across a rope bridge. A ball pool and slide provide fun for toddlers at Play Mania, Mansfield.
A two-lane slide, rope bridge and car track are the treats in store for older children at Pirate's Play, Sherwood, while toddlers can have fun in the ball pond or on a slide.

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All the family can have fun at Freestyle, Kirkby in Ashfield, with 140 interconnected trampolines, a dodgeball arena and a giant slide, inflatables and a ball pit.
Your little treasures can burn off energy on a slide, in the ball pit and climb aboard ride-on toys at SQUIGGLES Playden, Hucknall..
Laser tag, inflatables, slides and and crafts provide hours of entertainment for children at Sqoshi's in Clipstone.
Award-winning indoor play centre Jango's at Forest Town caters for children up to the age of 11 and contains a four-lane slide and rope bridges.
A kids' club is held every Saturday and Sunday morning at The Village, Mansfield, where children over the age of 8 can try out modern laser tag in a combat zone.
A four-lane slide, netted passageways to climb, tunnels to crawl through and a ball pool and low-level slide for toddlers are all at Kids Zone, Worksop.
A giant slide, rope bridge, sky glide rollers, dizzy disk and ride-on toys offer plenty of fun at Jimmy Beans, Sutton in Ashfield