Video of the Sensory World opening with Paula Sheriff in Dewsbury

There are lots of brilliant play centres around. But finding really good facilities for babies and young children with a disability is quite a challenge. So big thanks to one local Morley mum.

This weekend Morley Childminder, Linda Holmes has opened a new facility over in Dewsbury which could end up being a life line for many local parents. You can watch the opening, including Linda’s brilliant speech here:


Sensory Play in Dewsbury is a café and play centre aimed specifically at babies and children with a disability. It aims to provide a safe, calm environment and has specialist play equipment designed specifically for babies and children with a disability. There are lights, sounds, interactive walls, a dark room with water bed for babies. There is also a café for parents and there will be regular groups play sessions too.

I’ve met Linda a number of times over the years and it was a pleasure to open her centre for her on Saturday. Sensory World is a fantastic new resource for parents in our area. Anyone who wants to find out more should contact Linda via their website or on 07801 065589.

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Posted March 7th, 2015 by Ed