Messy play group up for sale

The owner of a popular messy play franchise in the Isle is on the hunt for an 'enthusiastic and self-motivated' person to take over the business.

Monday, 26th February 2018, 11:49 am
Updated Monday, 26th February 2018, 12:45 pm

Michelle Heath who currently runs Splat Messy Play, which provides sensory messy play sessions is keen to ensure the sessions continue for families in the area.

The sessions are suitable for children aged six months old to five years old.

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Michelle said: “It is with great sadness that I have had to make the decision to sell Splat. It really deserves someone who can continue providing the messy fun and grow the area so it can reach it’s full potential.

“Splat would be perfect for an individual who is hard working, self-motivated, confident and enthusiastic to become part of the team and take on our already well-established franchise.

“You will need to have a bubbly personality, love working with children and show a keen interest in providing creative ideas for the weekly changing themes.

“You will also require your own vehicle which is suitably sized for transporting the equipment between sessions.”

Michelle is keen for the sessions to continue and says it is an important part of childrens’ development.

She added: “The benefits of messy play are so extensive and valuable to a child’s development, which is why I feel it is so important to find the right buyer for Splat Messy Play Scunthorpe and surrounding areas.

“Messy play is such an important part of a young child’s learning and development and can aid and support all aspects of learning. For example, messy play aids physical development as the children are allowed to explore freely using the tools provided, which develops their hand eye co-ordination.

“The freedom within a Splat Messy Play session, encourages their independence, their confidence and their self-esteem.”

n Contact Michelle on [email protected] to find out more