Young 'Uns

13 Jun 2013 12:19

We try to be very child friendly at The Climbing Works, including opening an extension that offers more for the younger climbers among us. Above this though we also offer a number of discounted or support sessions for parents with younger children.

First up we've changed, and extended, our popular Parent / Child sessions that previously ran on a Thursday. From week of 17th June we will now be running them on a Monday, Wednesday & Friday at The Mini-Climbing Works.
Between 10am and 1pm every Monday, Wednesday & Friday we will offer a discounted rate for parents and their children to come climb together. This will also help to create a climbing support network for those parents getting back into, or just starting anew. Prices for these sessions are below.
Parent Climbing: £2.50
Child climbing:
Child under 4: £2
Child 4 to 7: £3
Child above 8: £5.

From now on we will also only be charging £1 for children under 7 to hire climbing shoes (at all times) so making it even cheaper for you to climb with your children.





This coming Thursday (20th June) we will be having another of our 'Hypnobirthing, BabyCalm & ToddlerCalm Coffee Morning at the Mini Works' which is run by Lucy Atkinson. These are for any new (or expecting) Parent with children up to toddler level. You can supervise your children climbing (as long as you are a member) or just socialise, chat and have some cake. This session runs between 10am-Noon and there is no cost to come socialize. If you want you our your child to climb, it is the same price as Parent / Child sessions which are outlined above.


Starting in July we're also about to begin a new session called Rock Tots. These sessions are for parents with babies and or tots up to preschool age. There will be something for all ages from babies up to preschooler and their parents. The games element is designed for 1 to 3 year olds but we are sure younger and older ones will still be able to enjoy it. You can read more about this, and request more information, on our website>>