Baltic Street Adventure Playground October Play Week

Come down to Baltic Street for plenty of holiday fun including treehouse building, digging pits, cooking on the fire, gardening, music and more!

Baltic Street Adventure Playground October Play Week

About Baltic Street Adventure Playground October Play Week

Baltic Street Adventure Playground is supervised adventure playground for children from 6 to 12 years. Younger children are welcome with a carer or guardian. It is free to enter, children are free to come and go, and free to play as they choose.

Children have the opportunity to sample a variety of different styles of self directed play within a safe environment.

Free fresh food and snacks are also provided!

Adults are welcome to stay with their children.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Baltic Street Adventure Playground October Play Week are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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Baltic Street Adventure Playground Family Sessions

Baltic Street Adventure Playground Family Sessions

24th June 2019
Baltic Street Adventure Playground Family Sessions are weekly sessions every Monday from 1pm - 3pm for families with children aged 3-5 to come down and enjoy playing outdoors together!

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