And we have teamed up with the owners to give children a FREE session of play at the venue with passes for two in this week’s Guardian.
Just cut out the coupon in this week’s paper (out Friday) to claim the free passes.
“Children are normally £4.25 each so this offer is worth nearly £9,” said Sally Roberts, who founded Captain Jack’s six years ago with her husband Steven.
“Under-ones are free at our venue and adults come in free too.”
Sally and Steven started Captain Jack’s because they felt there was a need for a local place where children could go and play safely.
And the hugely positive response they have had to the venture has seen Captain Jack’s grow into a major success story.
“We have had a lot of positive feedback with our customer service and the reputation we have for decent food always scoring highly,” continued Sally.
“We always go the extra mile, we have our entertainments in house and we can cater for so many events from children’s parties to play days and group visits and we always make sure everyone has a safe and happy time.”
“We have a big area for over fours, we have a small soft area for toddlers and baby care and we have a sensory room for babies and children with disabilities.”
“We certainly enjoy being part of the community and we work a lot with local businesses and companies to support local events too.”
“Open seven days a week, we provide a safe and fun environment where children can play and parent’s or carers can relax in comfort and enjoy quality food and drink from our café.”
Email Sally at [email protected] for more information on Captain Jack’s.