One month on from its opening, Red Kite Days' editor for Cheshire, Jenny Kozyra, shares her review of Wild Tots.

Yummy food, a fun play area and a space for parents. 

Wild Tots, a restaurant and play area, opened on Sunday (October 22) in Barons Quay, taking over the unit previously home to Sticky Paws.

It's the perfect place to go to meet friends or to treat your children to after they have been around the shops in Northwich.

Grab a coffee, get them an ice cream, and let them play for an hour or two. It's a great concept! 

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Northwich Guardian: Wild Tots opened at the end of OctoberWild Tots opened at the end of October (Image: Jenny Kozyra)

The adventure play is designed to ignite the imagination, promote active play, and provide a safe and enjoyable environment for kids to have fun and families to relax.

It is a simple but effective play area with nets to climb, a super fast slide, a pretend grassy mound to climb over, or crawl through.

There is plenty of space to run around and create your own games plus a toddler play area with soft slides and foam shapes, making it a very safe environment for them to play in too. 

My girls are nine and 12. My 12-year-old is at the top age now and did feel a bit too old for the place but it's perfect for younger children and toddlers. 

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Northwich Guardian: Wild Tots occupies the unit formerly home to Sticky PawsWild Tots occupies the unit formerly home to Sticky Paws (Image: Jenny Kozyra)

The cafe and seating area takes up over half of the venue on the ground floor and first floor, with a viewing gallery so you can still keep an eye on your children. 

The place has a new, fresh style to it. It's very geared up for children with all the safety and facilities every parent would hope for in a venue. 

The menu includes a wide range of options for children.

A 'Nipper' plate for toddlers for £4 which is ham, cheese, egg, and veggies.

Then bigger meals like burgers, pizza, pasta, and dippers from £5.

There is also a whole freezer of delicious ice cream on offer. 

In the future Wild Tots will host new culinary delights, events, and activities for younger visitors, from interactive workshops to themed parties and live performances. 

Northwich Guardian: The cafe at Wild TotsThe cafe at Wild Tots (Image: Jenny Kozyra)

Alongside writing for Red Kite Days, Jenny runs her own Facebook page, Days Out and Meals Out, which has more than 1,000 followers.