Leo Leisure

Rules of Play



* We try to keep our rules to a minimum but please remember the rules are made to ensure the safety and security of all visitors to Leo’s Play Den.*


Leo’s Play Den cannot be held responsible for property lost or left behind on the premises.

In the event of an accident or injury to an adult or a child, please report it to a member of staff immediately.


Leo’s Play Den reserves the right to require anyone, child or adult to leave the premises if their behaviour is likely to threaten the safety or enjoyment of others.

If you bring a child to the Play Den, the control, care and safety of that child is your sole responsibility at all times. Under no circumstances should an adult leave the Play Den building without the child in their care.

Parents or guardians must supervise children at all times. Please inform your older children of the basic rule of play to ensure a comfortable safe visit for all. Please pay specific attention to ensuring that older children do not play in the clearly defined under 5′s area.


All notices regarding the safe use of equipment must be observed at all times, refusal to observe the safety procedures will result in the child or adult being asked to leave.

No smoking is allowed in any areas of the Leo’s Play Den building.

Please ensure that the Toddler Area is used only by children who are no taller than 1m.


Comfortable clothing is ideal and socks must be worn at all times by children and adults. Please empty your pockets to ensure that nothing falls out which could be a risk to a child playing. It is recommended that children wear clothing that covers their arms and legs whilst playing and that all jewellery and badges are removed.

Play sessions

Leo’s Play Den reserves the right to limit periods of play during weekends and school holidays.

We may from time to time run Play Sessions  in order to keep our numbers to a safe level.


Cameras can be used at Leo’s Play Den however, please be mindful of other customers and their privacy. Only photograph your own child. Video cameras can only be used in the private party room.