28 March 2018
A sensory room and indoor soft play area will be opening at Pleasurewood Hills in Lowestoft giving children a brand-new place to enjoy during the summer holidays.
Work is set to start in May to transform an empty building into Woody’s Cub House – a purpose-built area that’s sure to be a favourite stop-off for families visiting the park.
The sensory room will provide a relaxed and calming space for young babies and children with autism and emotional and behavioural difficulties, while the soft play area will include lots of places for little ones to run, jump and climb around.
Adam Noble, general manager at Pleasurewood Hills, said: “An indoor play area is the perfect addition to the park and makes great use of a space that is currently empty.
“I have heard how sensory rooms can prove beneficial for people with autism and emotional and behavioural difficulties so was really keen for the plans to include one.”
Woody’s Cub House is set to open in June and will be open during standard park opening hours.