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Poitou-Charentes

Activties for babies & toddlers

Below you will find our readers suggestions for activites fro babies and toddlers in La Vienne. Please do contact us if you have any further recommendations.

  • Ludotheque La Souris Vert, Montmorillon

    Recommended by Rachel Roxburgh

    Toy library offering an outstanding selection of toys for all ages. Annual membership fee (around 15 euros for the year per child), up to 3 toys for up to a month per child. Open every Thursday from 3.30pm – 6.30pm.
    L’espace jeuness, 6 rue de Tennis, Montmorillon. Tel 05 49 91 62 65 

    Comments:
    "A brilliant establishment subsidised by the local social security hence the annual membership fee being so low. The selection of toys is superb with everything from rattles and toys for babies to bikes and climbing constructions for the older children. A great place to meet other mums and children in a safe and enjoyable surrounding – very highly recommended." (RR, Dec 2010)

  • Ludothèque Municipale, Poitiers

    Recommended by Rachel Roxburgh

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    Toy library in Poitiers, anual membership fee applicable, once joined able to borrow toys for up to a month. Call for more information.
    4 RUE DE BOURGOGNE, 86000 Poitiers. Tel 05.49.45.53.16
    www.bm-poitiers.fr

  • Abyssea, Civaux - baby swimming

    Recommended by Rachel Roxburgh

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    Abyssea is one of very few sports and leisure complex in France equipped for the disabled which includes an aquatic centre complete an area spa, bowling alley and games room. Baby swimming classes on Saturday morning 10am – noon. For costs options see their website.
    Route du fond dOrveau - BP 7, 86320 Civaux. Tel : 05 49 48 09 09
    www.vert-marine.com/abyssea-civaux-86

    Comments:
    "The water is really warm for the babies and the freedom that they experience is great. A super way to give them a little." (RR, Dec 2010)