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Ideas to keep a 15 month old occupied at weekends - Streatham and surrounding areas please??

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MillionPramMiles Tue 13-Aug-13 15:43:25

Am in need of inspiration of what to do with a 15 month old at the weekend who’s just (but not confidently) walking. She’s not a fan of long car journeys so anything within around 30 mins drive would be ideal (we’re in Streatham).
We’ve recently been to Battersea park zoo, Horniman museum and Crystal Palace park and regularly go swimming and to local playgrounds/sandpits. Soft play hasn’t gone down brilliantly and seems to be dominated by older kids. Dd will be picking up her shoes and heading for the front door expectantly all weekend and I feel out of gratefully received smile

BrixtonMortar Thu 22-Aug-13 12:42:34

"Dd will be picking up her shoes and heading for the front door expectantly all weekend "

That's so sweet!

Does she need to go to a different place every time? Most toddlers love the same park time and time again! I presume you have been to the water play area at Brockwell Park? The play area at Dulwich park? Whippersnappers in the Lido building at Brockwell Park do baby and toddler sessions in music etc.

Go on the little train in Brockwell Park?

Would she appreciate the Kids Cinema club screenings at the Ritzy?

Vauxhall City Farm, Deen City Farm?

Hillside Gardens on Hillside Rd Streatham Hill has a toddler-friendly small playground.

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