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We recently visited Cardiff and found an indoor play place in LLanishen Cardiff called Jump which is free to any child who has a Disabled Blue Badge (for parking). It is a huge storage with a sensory room, 2 trampolines, bouncy castles, tenpin bowling, all the usual soft play stuff, slides, ball pools etc, also a cool touchscreen game.
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Sounds like a fantastic incentive to go along.
Was the venue geared up inside with the needs of a disabled child in mind?
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Well, not exactly, no hoists, but there is lots to do on ground level if you can do manual transfers. Although my daughter is in a wheelchair she is still small enough to carry for a short while, so we did have to carry her up to access the big slides or up steps to get on the trampoline. Otherwise there is plenty of space so you can push a chair up close to the apparatus. There are separate areas which are a bit less hectic and a cafe etc. The staff seem very helpful and are dotted all around the play areas and they welcome children of all abilities.


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