* Free Wifi
* Adult & children’s
menu & a wide range of drinks & snacks
* Table craft
activities, paint your own money box, sun catcher, mobile etc.
* Ice cream
* Weekly workshops
* Party venue
* After school club
Mon- Fri 3.30-6pm
* Computer available
* Monthly events &
* loyalty card &
An interview with
Susan about the Kids Café:
a Kids Café Susan?
I designed the kids
café to provide somewhere for parents to go where children weren't
frowned at every time they did normal children stuff like crying,
stamping, tantrums, banging, running and generally exploring loudly!
The usual stuff!
There's a large
playroom that's supervised by our great play staff where the children
can freely play and join in with crafts and other activities. Parents
can either come in and play with them or take their time to sit and
relax in the café area with a coffee, meal and magazine or meet up
leave the premises?
The playroom is
primarily for parents to use whilst on the premises, but if you book
in advance we can offer a crèche facility for up to 2 hours where you
can go off the premises. We restrict these numbers to no more than 2
children under 2 years and a maximum of 3 children over 2 years so
that we can ensure quality attention for your child whilst you're
does it cost?
One hour in the
playroom costs £2.50, which includes use of the facilities and any
art and craft materials. If the child is booked onto crèche whilst
you go out you need to pay £5.50 per hour.
What if I
don't want to use the playroom?
You don't have to
use the playroom to enjoy the café. There is a great kids menu, a relaxed
and friendly environment and craft activities that you can do with
children at the table. Toys are available for babies in the café area
and colouring competition sheets situated around the room.
child too old to play?
We tend to find
children grow out of the main playroom at various ages, although some
still enjoy the arts and play station area. The café has a computer
connected to the internet; puzzle books and great art packs for older
children to remain occupied.
what else is child friendly?
The menu allows
lots of choice for children to mix and match whilst remaining good
healthy food. The café provides children's cutlery, bibs and feeder
cups for parent's convenience. There are plenty of highchairs,
booster seats and bumbos for safe seating
and nappy changing is easily accessible.
bring in baby food?
To enable us to
survive as a business, we have strict rules on not bringing in your
own food. However, any weaning babies whose parents are still cooking
their own purees are welcome to bring them in. Drinks, snacks, fruit
etc (and baby food jars) are all available to buy on-site so we ask
that you do not bring in your own to avoid both you and us the
embarrassment of asking you to leave.
bring in my pushchair?
Unless the child
is sleeping, you should park your pushchairs in the covered buggy
park area at the front of the café. This is to avoid the café
becoming too congested and unsafe for children to move around freely.