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Pocketful is a children’s activity centre and shop based in the centre of Eyemouth next to the harbour that offers a wide range of fun, educational and creative activities, based around arts & crafts, story-telling and dressing-up, music, film and lots more to feed their imaginations.

Pocketful offers a wide variety of activities that vary throughout each calendar month, for different age groups of children up to 12 years old.

During school term times, Pocketful's sessions are aimed at particular age groups and last for the duration stated. These sessions are led by a member of pocketful staff and kids will have the opportunity to take part in a range of interactive activities. They recommend that you pre-book for these sessions, which must be paid in advance. Kids aged 4 and up can be left with them for the duration of these activities at an additional cost of £2.50 per child per session. A parent/carer agreement form must be completed prior to leaving your child/ren in their care.

At weekends and during school holidays, Pocketful pop in sessions are open to children aged 3 and up and are arts & crafts based activities, using set materials, unless otherwise stated.


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Address Details

  • 18-20 Harbour Road
  • TD14 5HU

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Modification Date Friday, 06 April 2012