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All the equipment provided within the Playbarn has been manufactured, supplied and installed by a play industry specialist. We conduct daily inspections of the premises and play equipment prior to opening for business each day and take any necessary remedial action immediately. A safety inspection of the premises and equipment has been carried out and annual safety inspections are carried out by a play industry specialist to ensure that we maintain a safe play area for use by young visitors.

Covid Safety Measures

With the health and safety of our staff and customers remaining of paramount importance, the following important rules must be observed: 

Please think of others when on the premises - for adults, we therefore encourage the wearing of face coverings except when eating and drinking. 

Touch-free hand sanitisers can be found at key points throughout the premises. You are encouraged to use these frequently. 

As far as possible, we would like the Playbarn to be a cashless venue so payment by card/device is requested. 

Between each play session, the Playbarn will be closed and the play equipment, touch points and the tables / chairs will be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised. 

The toilet facilities will be regularly sanitised. We recommend that children under 7 are accompanied to the toilet to assist them with adequate hand washing.  Older children should be reminded of hand washing procedures before using the toilet.

As always, only food and drink purchased within the Playbarn should be consumed on the premises.  This excludes baby food and water which should be mentioned on entry at reception.  Absolutely no food or drink should be taken into either Playframe.

The adults(s) in each group are responsible for your own group. We reserve the right to ask anyone not observing the above rules to leave immediately and in such circumstances there will be no refunds.

Rules of Play 

For your safety we have the following Rules of Play which must be observed at all times: Please ensure that all adults in your group are aware of the Rules of Play 

We do not provide or accept responsibility for the supervision of children on the premises 

Children must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times 

Children must not be left unaccompanied on the premises 

Parents & Guardians are responsible for the behaviour of children in their care 

Parents & Guardians are responsible for assessing the suitability of the equipment provided for children in their care and the ability of those children to use it 

Only children up to 10 years of age or 145cm height (whichever comes first) are permitted to play on the equipment 

Other than the toddler area, the play area is not suitable for children under 3 years of age 

The toddler area is for children up to 3 years of age only 

Adults are not permitted to play on the equipment 

Adults are permitted onto the play equipment for the sole purpose of accompanying children in their care only  

Ensure the person in front has cleared the bottom of the slide before descending 

When descending the slide(s) do so in a sitting position with arms crossed

Do not stand, climb, walk or run or stop midway down on the slides 

Do not play in front of or at the bottom of the slides 

We recommend that children wear long sleeves and trousers to avoid friction burns 

Do not climb on the netting or the play frame 

Balls must not be removed from the play areas 

Balls or other objects must not be thrown 

Shoes must be removed before using the play equipment 

Socks must be worn at all times 

Clothing with ropes cords and toggles must not be worn in the play area 

All jewellery (including ear studs) / watches, keys, keychains, coins and sharp objects including badges or the like to be removed before entering the play area 

Clothing should not have any hard or sharp points (buckles, studs, toggles or the alike) 

Remove all items from your pockets 

No phones or cameras on the play equipment 

No toys to be taken in the play areas 

No food, drink or chewing gum is allowed on any of the play equipment 

Do not use the play equipment if wearing any form of plaster cast 

Any damage to play equipment must be reported to a member of staff whether deliberate or accidental 

Report immediately any accident or injury to a member of staff to be recorded in our accident book 

Children who are unwell should not use the play equipment 

No running 

No wrestling, tackling or shoving 

Parents/guardians must always accompany children to the toilets Shoes must be worn when visiting the toilets. 

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