Article Source: Flip Out Glasgow
First Published: 25 September 2019 13:37
Updated: 25 September 2019 13:37
Under 5’s are welcome to get creative and unleash their curious side with four activity sessions at the Rutherglen-based arena, including sensory experiences, arts and crafts, interactive play-alongs and musical fun. From painting and mask-making to storytelling and getting messy with gloop and slime, there is plenty of fun on offer to keep children entertained during the week.
Sessions are 45 minutes and mini-flippers can stay and play with access to our full arena and soft play area from 10.30am to 4.00pm. Visitors can also enjoy the venue’s café, which serves up hot food and snacks making it the ideal destination for an active day-out.
George Gallacher, General Manager at Flip Out, said: “We understand that it can be hard to find ways to keep little ones entertained during the week. Our original mini-flippers sessions proved extremely popular and we’re excited to bring these creative sessions for children.
“Mini flippers is not only a great way for kids to explore and socialise, it’s a chance for mums, dads and carers to socialise, get fit and have fun too.”
Mini Flippers is priced at £8 per child and accompanying adult. The activities are best-suited to pre-schoolers and children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. For more information and to book online, visit www.flipout.co.uk.
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