Train themed birthday parties and play sessions in Kent with Trainmaster

A huge timetable of train-themed play sessions has been unveiled by a company which launched in Kent just two months ago and with only two events.

Trainmaster Kent is entirely built around young children's love of trains.

Trainmaster Kent offers sessions for train-mad tots
Trainmaster Kent offers sessions for train-mad tots

It offers dedicated play sessions in village halls and community centres where train-mad tots can play with entire track layouts, ride on trains and families can enjoy refreshments.

The company first started in Hampshire in 2018 by mother-of -three Chloe Cotton who wanted to give her train-obsessed boys somewhere sizeable to lay out their masses of trains and track and play.

After expanding into neighbouring counties it moved into Kent this autumn with mum-of-two and primary school teacher Laura Wood taking on the running of sessions in the county. She began with two sessions in Tunbridge Wells and Gillingham.

Lucas, six and mum Laura Wood with Thomas the Tank Engine at the Trainmaster Kent session in Medway
Lucas, six and mum Laura Wood with Thomas the Tank Engine at the Trainmaster Kent session in Medway

But following the outstanding success of these initial sessions and a huge demand by families for more, Trainmaster Kent has returned with an even bigger programme of activities for the remainder of this year and the start of 2020.

December will see sessions in Canterbury, Tunbridge Wells, Gillingham and Wilmington including Christmas parties where children receive a train-themed gift.

In January play sessions will then move to Swanscombe, Thanet, Hartley, Maidstone and Ashford.

Trainmaster Kent started sessions in the county in October
Trainmaster Kent started sessions in the county in October

All sessions are available to pre-book so that families can reserve their timed slot. Discounts for siblings or for booking multiple sessions also apply.

Trainmaster Kent is also offering birthday parties for anyone looking for train-themed celebrations for their child, in which it will provide special invitations, a personalised helium balloon and bring the train tracks, ride-ons, fancy dress and crafts, with families needing to hire the hall and provide party food and party bags.

All sessions for the remainder of 2019 and the start of 2020 are now available to book. Families can stay up-to-date with events or book sessions by visiting www.kent.trainmaster.co.uk

For more family-related suggestions of things to do with the kids in Kent please click here.

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