London is probably the best city in the world in terms of activities for families and children including lots of free activities and events. We list here lots of initiatives that we believe London Mums and their children from babies to teenagers would enjoy especially at the most entertaining places such as the Science Museum, The V&A, Kew Gardens, Kensington Palace, Hyde Park, Richmond Park, Greenwich, West End shows, the London Eye, the London Aquarium, Kingston upon Thames, Chelsea, SouthBank and so much more.

FREE summer fun! Get your FREE vouchers now

Get a FREE voucher which enables every child to go their nearest indoor play centre and claim their FREE loyalty card which gives them a great reward every time they visit this summer. After just four visits, kids can claim a FREE play session! London Mums support this campaign launched by the Play Providers Association (PPA) in support to latest Change4Life campaign “The Really Big Summer Adventure”.

Print this page with the voucher and bring it along to any PPA centre in London (Eddie Catz Putney and Wimbledon, Gambado in Chelsea and Beckenham are part of the PPA) to claim your FREE loyalty card. Families will be able to take their Really Big Summer Adventure at around 100 Indoor play centres this summer as member of the Play Providers Association (PPA) lend their support to the Department of Health’s Change4Life movement.

The Really Big Summer Adventure is an exciting, high-profile campaign to inspire children and their families to get active over the summer holidays.

The Play Providers Association (PPA) represents leading operators of children’s indoor play centres with all members following stringent safety and quality standards. The PPA element to the activity will see centres giving away free rewards with visits to participating member sites this school holiday with customers being rewarded for loyalty with a FREE play session earned after completing the 4 visit loyalty card.

The benefits of play are vast with kids burning off a huge number of calories and getting their recommended 60 active minutes. The PPA calls this “Exercise in Disguise” as the health benefits are hidden by fun with everyone being able to take part. In the school holidays where PE lessons don’t take place it’s even more important to keep your kids active and entertained so a trip to a play centre is the perfect solution.

The PPA’s campaign is supported by Fruitshoot My 5 from Britvic Soft Drinks who are also active Change4Life supporters. My 5 is a blend a mix of 80 per cent real fruit juice with 20 per cent water and the range comes in three flavours – Apple & Pear, Orange & Pineapple and Apple & Blackcurrant – and is be free from colours, sweeteners and preservatives. It’s the perfect way to stay hydrated this summer.

The PPA has run two high profile campaigns in the past using the sub brand “play4life” and also supported the “Great Swapathon” earlier this year. Speaking about the partnership, PPA Chairperson Janice Dunphy commented “The PPA has always been a very strong supporter of Change4Life and the messages that it provides to families. Over 14 million customers visit our member’s sites every year and it’s important that both parents and children alike are aware of how much exercise they need to take everyday and how to maintain a healthy balanced diet.

The Really Big Summer Adventure kicks off on the 23rd July with a special voucher discount booklet for parents in the Daily Mirror and as well as the PPA, includes partner offers from ASDA, JJB Sports and Powerleague. For further information about the PPA’s offer and giveaways please visit

About The Play Providers Association

The PPA has been formed to promote, develop and protect the interests of all businesses engaged in providing enclosed play facilities. The PPA exists under the umbrella of the Federation of Sports and Play Associations (FSPA) and is a national partner of the Change4Life campaign.

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