Owners Peter Dabill, Karen Scott and Sharon McCook in the construction area

A new children's centre in South Yorkshire is 'where imagination comes to life'

Tiny Town in South Anston is a new unique experience where children can come together, and use imaginative play to grow and discover the world around them.

Tiny Town is a mini village built on creativity and learning through play.
Karen Scott, who runs Tiny Town along with Sharon Mccook and Peter Dabill, said: "Myself and Sharon have used our wealth of experience in early years learning to design a space where ideas know no limits, and where imagination comes to life.
"Tiny Town is not soft play, its different.
"For children, it's a place where learning happens, a tiny town which replicates every day life in a way that children understand and can learn from.
"For adults, it's a calm space where parents and carers can be confident the the children in their care are learning through play
"Learning through play and imagination is vital for children when it comes to their perception and comprehension of the world around them.
"Tiny Town is for everyone. There is no age limit.
"Imaginative play needs to be encourage throughout primary school aged children."

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