A BROADWAY based stay and play facility for children is celebrating its second anniversary by offering free places to activity sessions.
The founders of Nature Nuts Outdoor Stay and Play – on Vale Farm in Broadway – are offering 60 free places for children to enjoy their facilities throughout this week.
The outdoor play area features sandpits, a vegetable patch, a construction zone, creative outlets such as mud painting, pedal powered farm vehicles and sensory experiences for children.
Nature Nuts was founded by primary school teachers, Rob and Anna, who both have qualifications in outdoor learning.
Anna told the Observer: “We wanted to use our teaching experience to provide a facility where parents could spend quality time with their little ones and access excellent learning and development experiences for their children.
“Me and Rob had both experienced how the outdoors provides a fantastic learning environment and allows children of all ages and abilities to succeed.
“We have offered some of the free places to our regular Nature Nutters to show our appreciation and the remainder are available to anyone else that may have visited before or to anyone that wants to give Nature Nuts a try for the first time.
“Everyone is guaranteed a warm welcome.”
The free sessions will be taking place on January 23 (Tuesday), January 25 (Thursday), and January 26 (Friday).
Rob added: “The thing that we are now most proud of is that Nature Nuts is a happy place to be.
“The little ‘Nature Nutters’ that come along always have a smile on their faces, they love learning and it is has become a great place for both the little ones and the parents to meet and make new friends.”