Private Relaxation Session
"The experience at the Sensory Room was excellent! Was such a wonderful place to go and relax and just tap into the different senses. It was a wonderful experience and will definitely be going back soon!"
"This is a lovely session with all aspects of the user catered for. An enjoyable relaxing session"
Private Play Session
"Both my children (neurotypical and non neurotypical) love the sensory room. Alison is always so warm and welcoming and considerate of our children’s needs. There are always new things to explore and it’s a go to for our family".
"Always personalised and amazing how much effort is put into changing the room up every time - perfect setting for any child who enjoys sensory interactions"
Outdoor Sensory Play
"We thoroughly enjoyed the outdoor sensory session. The range of activities kept my two girls fully entertained and the set up was lovely. Highly recommend!"
Specialist Group Booking
Youth Support Services
"The session offered lots of ways to explore independently and was very accessible. Absolutely lovely and we will be back!"
"A wonderful variety of experiences and great opportunities for all ages including young babies"
"Loved the range of toys and sensory items available, the interactive floor and bubble/light tube in particular. Really calm enjoyable environment"
"The party was a huge success; all the guests were so busy they hardly had time to eat! Everyone stayed and caught up with friends as their kids were so entertained. Really pleased with our party, thank you so much.
"It was so lovely to have a safe, quiet space for my little one to explore for his birthday! He had the time of his life interacting with everything. Everything was set up and ready to go when we arrived and simple to operate. We shall definitely be back! Thank you"
Sessions for Childminders
"The children absolutely loved it. The set up was so nice with many ways to fuel their curiosity. There was something for all to do and Alison is a real 'gem' with the way she gently encourages the children to try new sensory experiences"