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MAY HALF TERM: Laser Tag Fun Evening

May 04 2019

Join the Eddie Catz team for some after hours fun with Laser Tag, disco music and lights! You can come alone or bring friends! Parents can drop off the children or they are welcome to stay and watch and cheer them on.

The battle will commence once the teams have been formed, the safety briefing explained and the laser guns switched on. Lights, smoke and music all create a perfect atmosphere for this fun and energetic game.

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MAY HALF TERM: Mess it Up Messy Play

May 02 2019

Come along and play at one of our Messy Play Sessions. All you have to do is come along and MESS IT UP and then leave the cleaning up to us!

In our one hour classes babies and toddlers are given the freedom to move around at their own pace and all of our products are non-toxic and hypo-allergenic. We have a variety of areas to explore including a sand pit, pasta, jelly, foam and much more.

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Easter Party at Eddie Catz Wimbledon

Apr 06 2019

Join Eddie Catz and his friend Bunny for an evening of fantastic fun. We will have disco, games and other entertainment. We will also be holding a dress up competition so make sure you come wearing your best Easter attire.

Book your tickets now to avoid disappointment!

Our Cafe will be open should you wish to purchase food & drinks.

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Easter Laser Tag Fun at Eddie Catz Wimbledon

Mar 30 2019
Join the Eddie Catz team this Easter for some after hours fun with Laser Tag, disco music and lights! You can come alone or bring friends! Parents can drop off the children or they are welcome to stay and watch and cheer them on.

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Is our quest for a risk free play environment realistic and healthy?

Sep 05 2011

How often do you see a child these days with a broken arm? Rarely I would say. By the time I was 13 I’d broken an arm and some fingers, my classmates had various proper scrapes and bumps and teeth knocked out. All of this was a normal part of growing up. But, we’d climbed every tree in the neighbourhood, could ride a bike brilliantly by the age of 8, and pretty much anything else with wheels. We even had competitions to see who was best at skateboarding up and down stairs.

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