Tidy Tot teams with Mess Around

Award-winning highchair accessory Tidy Tot has partnered with messy play provider, Mess Around, in a bid to make sensory play more accessible at home.

Distributed by Cheeky Rascals in the UK, the Tidy Tot bib and tray kit was originally designed to help parents make mealtimes mess-free. However, the all-in-one bib and wipe-clean tray is also ideal for messy play activities such as painting and craft.

The recent collaboration has seen Tidy Tot joining forces with Mess Around – a weekly sensory play session which has a network of 35 franchisees operating across over 200 locations throughout the UK.

The new partnership ensures that visitors to the Tidy Tot website are now able to access a wealth of ideas for getting stuck into messy play at home.

Mess Around are all about providing children with the opportunity to get messy and explore exciting new sensory activities,” explains Louise Hankin, UK and international brand manager for Tidy Tot.

“The Tidy Tot bib and tray kit does exactly the same at home by providing a safe environment for baby whilst containing the mess for parents! We’re so excited to be partnering with Mess Arount this year who join us as a regular feature on our blog pages.”

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