Take a look inside the Factory
The Rainbow Factory has been designed to inspire young minds. We have several themed areas which your pupils will get to explore during their school visit. The Rainbow Factory is an enclosed space with one main entrance and exit, so you don't need to worry about constantly counting heads and can take time to truly enjoy the day.
Have a peek into our space below:
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Accessible through a code provided at reception – please speak to a member of staff.
FREE Car Parking
We have lots of FREE car parking spaces for visitors to the Rainbow Factory. Parking operates on a first-come, first-served basis.
A great spot for adults (and children!) who need some time out or a spot to recharge their batteries, with a great selection of food and drink options.
We have a number of male and female toilets within the Rainbow Factory, we also have a disabled toilet which has baby changing facilities.
Coat Hooks & Buggy Park
Lots of hooks are conveniently located just inside the main entrance to the right. You are more than welcome to leave your buggies there too. We do have a member of staff on reception at all times, but we cannot take responsibility for your personal possessions.
The Rainbow Factory has been designed with the needs of guests with disabilities firmly in mind.
Qualified First Aid staff will be on duty at all times. Guests who wish to change or undertake their own special treatments may use our first aid equipment based in the staff room next to the toilets.
We believe that the factory isn’t quite big enough for children to lose their parents or carers, however we do realise that occasionally children panic and lose their way. Therefore we ask that adults advise their children on arrival that should they get lost or are unable to find you, to either speak to a member of staff (wearing a staff tee-shirt) or go directly to the Gingerbread Café where we will make an announcement and do all we can to help the child find their carer.
Teachers, Parents & Carers Responsibility
It is the carer’s responsibility to keep an eye on their child at all times, and we do not take any responsibility for the welfare of any child.