“We love mess about. Matthew has a fab time playing with all the new textures and colours…No matter how messy he gets he always leaves completely  clean thanks to the wonderful bubble baths at the end. Fantastic group and so very different to other groups that are currently in Swansea” Rachel, Mess About Mum

What is Mess About?

Mess About are messy and sensory play sessions  and parties for babies and toddlers.

You and  your child get to explore a variety of different textures and materials in a warm and safe environment, and of course we’ll throw in a song or two to help us along the way. Our activities include anything from water and sand play, painting and cloud dough, to gloop, goo and things that glow.

Why Mess About with us?

Messy play is not only bags of fun (especially when you don’t have to worry about the clear up!),  it is an important part of your child’s development.

Messy play encourages creativity, promotes intellectual development, increases motor and coordination skills and helps with emotional development.

So put on some old clothes, grab a towel for bath time and come and get messy with us! We’ll have a ball and you can leave us to clean up the mess at the end of every session.

Who is Mess About for?

We run sessions for babies from 6 months to 18 months and toddlers up to 3 years, accompanied by an adult (mum, dad, nanny or bampy – anyone who doesn’t mind a good old mess about) as well as parties for all the family.



18 thoughts on “ABOUT MESS ABOUT!

    1. Hi Louise, sessions are £6 (£4 for siblings). This term is 7wks, so £42. There is a link to book on the How to book page. We have two classes, Friday mornings 9.30am is for 6-18months and 10.45am is for 18months- 3years. We’d love to see you and your little one on Friday! Best wishes, Stella & Charlotte


  1. Hi there,

    Does the age range include 3 year olds? I have one who is 2 next month and another who has just turned 3 so hoping it does as couldn’t bring one without the other!




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