For babies, these super soft joggers in a mess-friendly indigo blue are just the ticket for wriggling around in the ball pool or practising cruising moves. Lemur Landings Poole , Dorset More than just a play frame, Lemur Landings features a multi-slide, tunnels, ball pools and cannons, plus a super sensory area for the under-fives.

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I take my boy to the autism friendly session, he loves it and staff are great and friendly too. Visit the website for more details. With older children, aged 10 and eight, Play Factore is one of the best haunts for the M.

N's Manchester Family. It was also the venue for our first ever social event back in , when dozens of families enjoyed a free session at the centre.

Play Factore sits underneath the Chill Factore slope at the newly branded Beyond and is home to Europe's largest play frame.

But as well as the frame, with its gigantic four-lane slide, the venue is also home to a laser tag, go karts and a separate toddler area for under fives.

There's a zip wire too, so the kids can literally zoom across from one side of the roof to the other. The Hideaway is a bit different to other play centres as it has its own toy town and road to keep little ones entertained with role play and more.

There's a large play space with a small soft play frame, a bouncy castle, games area, multi-purpose sports court, a craft area with Lego table, a mini-golf course and a chill and reading zone.

Lindsey Scales recommended this one and said: "The Hideaway in Partington is fantastic. Such a variety and lots of different things for the little ones to do.

See the website here. It was featured in the M. N when it opened at the end of last year - the concept behind it being to give parents a place to eat decent food, and perhaps enjoy a glass of wine, while giving children a play area to explore at the same time.

It features rope bridges, wooden huts, an enormous tree to climb all the way to the top floor, with a slide wrapping around it to bring you back down.

Twice a month, on Saturday evenings, it hosts a Pyjama Club, where little ones from the age of four can enjoy 30 minutes of supervised fun, followed by a 90 minute children's film or cartoon on the projector in the party room upstairs.

Parents and carers can enjoy dinner or a few drinks at the bar while the children get cosy on a beanbag with popcorn and a drink. See the website for more details.

Chasey Slater-Hamilton told us: "Antz In Your Pants in Timperley is nice, not so busy most of the time and good for babies through to 10 year olds.

Lots of parents were quick to recommend Head Over Heels, for both its centres in Chorlton and Wilmslow. A new sky terrace was also created offering a private space for both children and adults to enjoy.

Mum Melissa Bingham said: "They are both great centres for babies and kids. Good food offering for the little ones and the grown ups. And their big blue singing monster Hairy is something of a local celeb.

Really spacious and lots of interesting play areas. My three-year-old loved it. Claire Andrew said: "Head Over Heels Wilmslow has a great area for younger children, a bigger section for the older ones, a disco and go karts.

Rita Saville said the Wilmslow centre is 'one of the best' she's been to, saying: "It's got a brilliant toddler section, a disco and a giant play with slides for older kids. I like that there's a varied selection of areas and there's plenty of space, plus it feels clean and new.

Visit the website here. From the giant play frame and Toddler Town, to the go-kart track and Sensory Zone, Let Loose says it's got 'everything, for every occasion…whatever the weather'.

Mum Jeni Smith agrees and said: "The toddler bit is good and separate from main play frame. The main frame is really big with lots of different activities.

Parents can relax or work from the cafe whilst watching their children through CCTV or sit next to the play area. Delicious food and the play area is well set out with a disco room.

See here for more details. It's East Cheshire's biggest play centre and home to fast bumpy slides, a climbing wall and much more. Catriona Tate said: "Run Of The Mill is great - large indoor softplay area, ball pool, trampolines, slides, punchbags, football and basketball, separate area for babies and toddlers.

Good cafe too. See the website for more. Nicola Speakman said: "My children love Lillybobs. It is great value for money, lovely food, clean with friendly helpful staff.

And Nicola Ormrod added: "My kids love Lillybobs. They are always asking when they can go again. It is laid out really well with the cafe seating on a raised area so you can see all of the soft play area from your seat.

Food is really good and great value as well. See the Facebook page for more information. This is another of our own favourites and conveniently in the same building as the Jump Xtreme trampoline centre, so you can get combi tickets for both and some great family deals to eat and play.

The adventure play zone features three levels of activities including swinging donuts, a spiral slide, a rope course and more.

It opened just over a year ago and is aimed primarily at toddlers through to 12 year olds, to give younger and older kids options to play at the centre. Always clean, staff are friendly and they have some good food and play deals on.

Party and Play is as popular for its outdoor area as much as its indoor offering, so it's a huge hit in the warm weather. Based on the Wingates Industrial Park in Westhoughton, it's a bit of a hidden gem, but you won't be disappointed once you find it.

They also have a reasonable priced face painter too. The main play frame has two slides, cargo nets, spinning poles and a large ball pool. While the toddler zone has a slide with a small ball pool at the bottom and a variety of blocks for kids to build with.

But as well as being a play centre, it puts on lots of sessions for little ones such as Jo Jingles music, singing and movement classes for babies and pre-schoolers and Baby Sensory classes.

Liz McNabb said: "Staff are really friendly, it's always clean and there's a good mix of stuff for babies, toddlers and children. They do great coffee too. See the website here for more.

Eddie Bears was recommended by mum Rachael Edwards, particularly for the effort put in by staff - and for its regular Messy Bears painting and sensory sessions too.

Her son Reece celebrated his fifth birthday at the centre and was joined by Spider Man, who stayed in the play frame with the kids for half an hour. Rachael added that the food and drinks are reasonably priced too and she was impressed with the cleanliness.

See the Facebook page for more details. But it's already got parents praising the place, like Alyson Smith, who said: "Friendly staff always happy to help, superb equipment, safe environment for the children to play, great coffees and food just an all round lovely place to visit as I have done on numerous occasions.

While Caroline King added: "It has everything to offer. Great staff lovely food selection and very nice small play area. It offers four floors of fun for your little one and is housed alongside the other activities that older kids can do at the Medlock Centre site.

That's what makes it so appealing for mums like Kirsty Green, who said: "iPlay is really good.

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For babies, these super soft joggers in a mess-friendly indigo blue are just the ticket for wriggling around in the ball pool or practising cruising moves.

Lemur Landings Poole , Dorset More than just a play frame, Lemur Landings features a multi-slide, tunnels, ball pools and cannons, plus a super sensory area for the under-fives.

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We featured the centre in the M. N when it first opened back in It's home to a mini quadbike track, a large four-lane slide, swing, an aerial glide, a sports court and more. The aim was to make it as inclusive as possible to suit all children up to the age of 11, regardless of special needs and it regularly hosts autism friendly sessions for children.

Laura Hawcroft told us: "My autistic son loves it and I love it too. Leanne Fahy said: "Adventure Forrest is by far the best play centre we have been to. It's so much cleaner than any other I've been to, which is fantastic when you have little ones who chew everything.

Food is lovely and healthy and great value for money. I'm always recommending there to my friends who also feel the same after visiting.

She said: "It's lovely and clean. Great slide Gem Ashton said: "It is by far my favorite in the north west. And Suzanne Gerrard added: "Adventure forest is fantastic!

I take my boy to the autism friendly session, he loves it and staff are great and friendly too. Visit the website for more details. With older children, aged 10 and eight, Play Factore is one of the best haunts for the M.

N's Manchester Family. It was also the venue for our first ever social event back in , when dozens of families enjoyed a free session at the centre. Play Factore sits underneath the Chill Factore slope at the newly branded Beyond and is home to Europe's largest play frame.

But as well as the frame, with its gigantic four-lane slide, the venue is also home to a laser tag, go karts and a separate toddler area for under fives. There's a zip wire too, so the kids can literally zoom across from one side of the roof to the other.

The Hideaway is a bit different to other play centres as it has its own toy town and road to keep little ones entertained with role play and more. There's a large play space with a small soft play frame, a bouncy castle, games area, multi-purpose sports court, a craft area with Lego table, a mini-golf course and a chill and reading zone.

Lindsey Scales recommended this one and said: "The Hideaway in Partington is fantastic. Such a variety and lots of different things for the little ones to do. See the website here. It was featured in the M.

N when it opened at the end of last year - the concept behind it being to give parents a place to eat decent food, and perhaps enjoy a glass of wine, while giving children a play area to explore at the same time.

It features rope bridges, wooden huts, an enormous tree to climb all the way to the top floor, with a slide wrapping around it to bring you back down.

Twice a month, on Saturday evenings, it hosts a Pyjama Club, where little ones from the age of four can enjoy 30 minutes of supervised fun, followed by a 90 minute children's film or cartoon on the projector in the party room upstairs.

Parents and carers can enjoy dinner or a few drinks at the bar while the children get cosy on a beanbag with popcorn and a drink.

See the website for more details. Chasey Slater-Hamilton told us: "Antz In Your Pants in Timperley is nice, not so busy most of the time and good for babies through to 10 year olds.

Lots of parents were quick to recommend Head Over Heels, for both its centres in Chorlton and Wilmslow. A new sky terrace was also created offering a private space for both children and adults to enjoy.

Mum Melissa Bingham said: "They are both great centres for babies and kids. Good food offering for the little ones and the grown ups. And their big blue singing monster Hairy is something of a local celeb.

Really spacious and lots of interesting play areas. My three-year-old loved it. Claire Andrew said: "Head Over Heels Wilmslow has a great area for younger children, a bigger section for the older ones, a disco and go karts.

Rita Saville said the Wilmslow centre is 'one of the best' she's been to, saying: "It's got a brilliant toddler section, a disco and a giant play with slides for older kids. I like that there's a varied selection of areas and there's plenty of space, plus it feels clean and new.

Visit the website here. From the giant play frame and Toddler Town, to the go-kart track and Sensory Zone, Let Loose says it's got 'everything, for every occasion…whatever the weather'.

Mum Jeni Smith agrees and said: "The toddler bit is good and separate from main play frame. The main frame is really big with lots of different activities. Parents can relax or work from the cafe whilst watching their children through CCTV or sit next to the play area.

Delicious food and the play area is well set out with a disco room. See here for more details. It's East Cheshire's biggest play centre and home to fast bumpy slides, a climbing wall and much more.

Catriona Tate said: "Run Of The Mill is great - large indoor softplay area, ball pool, trampolines, slides, punchbags, football and basketball, separate area for babies and toddlers.

Good cafe too. See the website for more. Nicola Speakman said: "My children love Lillybobs. It is great value for money, lovely food, clean with friendly helpful staff. And Nicola Ormrod added: "My kids love Lillybobs.

They are always asking when they can go again. It is laid out really well with the cafe seating on a raised area so you can see all of the soft play area from your seat.

Food is really good and great value as well. See the Facebook page for more information. This is another of our own favourites and conveniently in the same building as the Jump Xtreme trampoline centre, so you can get combi tickets for both and some great family deals to eat and play.

The adventure play zone features three levels of activities including swinging donuts, a spiral slide, a rope course and more. It opened just over a year ago and is aimed primarily at toddlers through to 12 year olds, to give younger and older kids options to play at the centre.

Always clean, staff are friendly and they have some good food and play deals on. Party and Play is as popular for its outdoor area as much as its indoor offering, so it's a huge hit in the warm weather.

Based on the Wingates Industrial Park in Westhoughton, it's a bit of a hidden gem, but you won't be disappointed once you find it. They also have a reasonable priced face painter too.

The main play frame has two slides, cargo nets, spinning poles and a large ball pool. While the toddler zone has a slide with a small ball pool at the bottom and a variety of blocks for kids to build with.

But as well as being a play centre, it puts on lots of sessions for little ones such as Jo Jingles music, singing and movement classes for babies and pre-schoolers and Baby Sensory classes.

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