Hall & Woodhouse public houses, The World’s End, Almer and The Portsmouth Arms, Hatch Warren, are both treating their youngest guests to an outdoor adventure, thanks to the installation of brand-new play centres.
The play centres are a great place for children to let off some steam and use their imagination. Guests and Team members are already enjoying the sight of youngsters climbing, crawling, running and pretending. To see the play centre through children’s eyes, a tower could be castle, a tunnel could be a secret passage, or a climbing net could be vines. There is no boundary to the potential fun to be had.
For Mums, Dads, and Guardians, the play centres offer a chance for the adults to enjoy a rest, safe in the knowledge that their little ones will be running off some of their boundless energy, but only a few metres away.
Of the World’s End, Project Manager Lucy Woodhouse had this to say:
“I was really excited to be asked to install new play equipment at the Worlds End Almer. Having discussed different ideas with our supplier I decided on a large and varied structure. The new equipment offers a fun and safe place for children of all ages (and maybe adults) to play and I hope to see this used all year round.”