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PostPosted: 09 May 2009 18:11 
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Please list any indoor play areas that you know of around the Midlands area.

If you could give a brief description of the place & what kind of things they have for different age ranges that would be great :D

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PostPosted: 22 Feb 2010 23:11 
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funworld near wombourne.

huge indoor play area has 0-4 years area 2 large trampolines a football court and a large soft play area for older children with a huge slide.cannons etc

Also has a large seating area and caf'e....

http://www. kidsfunworld.co.uk

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PostPosted: 23 Feb 2010 16:33 
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we only really have jungleland or pirate petes play pit around here!!oh and then theres scallywags at merryhill....i really dont know many but would be gud to no more!!

pirate petes is in a warehouse at hollinswood telford!!bit boring,small but good for younger kids as they can get about most parts by themselves!!slides and climbing stuff!!cheap entrance and they have a little travel cot and blankets bfor sleepy baby brothers and sister which i think is a lovely touch!!the food here is reasonable to!!just wish there was a little bit more in the way of equipment but makes a change!!
jungleland used to be roaries but got taken over by the owners of wonderland telford!!its in trench telford!has an area for very small children (2 and under but i would say better for up to 18 months ish) then there is a bigger area for under 5s that has a slide ball pit the usual really, then the largest bit is for age 5 and up but kids alot younger toddlers up use it!!very large slides,bridges etc!!
there is also a train and mini motorised cars!!i would say this is the better but a little more expensive!!food here is good quality but sometimes there is a wait as food is cooked fresh!!

Telford is pretty boring really!! :lol: :lol:


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not sure if its of any use, but we moved to the west midlands around 10months ago, and couldn't find any decent soft play areas, so having trawelled the web for ages (and i mean ages!) we found a site called www.playbarnfinder.com that was really useful and helped us to find a nice play area that Abi & myself could enjoy!

alli & abi x


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PostPosted: 12 Mar 2010 15:56 
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Thanks Alli, that looks like a great site :D

Where abouts in the West Mids have you moved to? I'm from Walsall :D

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