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Boomerang Multi Sensory Play Centre

Boomerang is a charity that was formed in 2007 by a group of parents and carers with a vision to cater for disabled children throughout the North West.

Finding enjoyable and inviting places to take children who have various and complex needs has been ongoing challenge for many years. This is what inspired us to open BOOMERANG. Boomerang is a versatile venue that can be used by all children for play sessions, birthday parties, toddler groups, music groups and anything else you need!

Due to the nature of this facility, on certain occasions it may be booked out for exclusive use. Please phone the centre before travelling to ensure all areas are open or check facebook for daily updates.

Who to contact

0161 764 4842

Where to go

Name of Venue
Boomerang Centre
Venue Address
Unit 2
Woodhill Street

When is it on?

Days & Times
Monday to Friday, 9am to 3pm. Saturday, 9am to 4pm. Sunday, 11am to 3pm (general public)

Who is it for?

All children. Adults with additional needs can book for exclusive use only.
Supporting People With
Learning disability
Mental health conditions
Autistic Spectrum
Communication impairment
Physical impairment
Challenging Behaviour
Profound or Multiple Needs
Hearing impairment
Visual impairment

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Cost Information
Birth – 5 months – £2.20 6-11 months – £3.70 12 months and over – £4.70 Adults service users – Please call the centre to pre-book your visit (Exclusive use only) Show your Twindipity membership card or proof of being a registered childminder and receive £1.00 off normal admission price per child (Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer, proof of registration or card must be shown to receive discount)

How accessible is this service?

Wheelchair Access
Accessible Toilet
Disabled Parking
Sensory Room/Play
Further Details

We have 3 custom designed play rooms, a large 5 star graded cafe plus accessible toilets & changing room facilities. All play rooms have soft padded walls and floors with hoists to allow children with mobility problems to access each area.

Last updated date:
19 July 2018


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