All you need to know about Derbyshire play centres

Mums and dads - how do you keen your child entertained when the sun is sulking?

Saturday, 18th May 2019, 9:19 am
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How about taking them to a play centre? We've been looking at some of the best in Derbyshire. Here are other suggestions for when the sun is hiding.

Slides and ballpits are among the attractions for children aged 0-11 years and under 4ft 10ins in height.
Located at the Proact stadium home of Chesterfield FC, the play centre is named after the club's mascot. The centre is designed for babies through to 12 year olds.
Children up to 12 years can scramble through nets, climb ropes, crawl through tubes and zoom down a four-lane slide at this centre in Darley Forest.
There are large soft toys to cuddle and big colourful balls to jump on at this centre which is great for pre-school kids.
Tunnels and slides, bridges and ball pits and sensory stimulation toys can all be found in this play centre which is attached to The Chequers pub.
This award-winning soft play centre at Belper Mill is suitable for babies to 12 year olds. Adults can take in the views of Belper River Gardens while their children play.
A themed Atlantis indoor soft play area and tenpin bowling make this a great place for all the family to spend a few hours.
KIds aged 5 to 12 can burn off energy on slides, climbing frames, bouncy castle and trikes. There is a separate area for toddlers.
This treehouse themed centre has slides, climbing apparatus, ball pools, wobbly brdges and tunnels, all with a jungle theme.
Play at being a knight guarding a castle, sit in a toy car or pile up colourful cubes at this toddler-friendly base in the Masson Mills shopping centre.