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Crystal Peaks 'Sensory Sundays'

Crystal Peaks 'Sensory Sundays'

Crystal Peaks shopping centre has launched ‘Sensory Sundays’.

Crystal Peaks explain that “not all shoppers are alike, some love the hustle and bustle, others want a more peaceful experience and see shopping centres as a challenge,” that’s why they have launched ‘Sensory Sundays’.

Sensory Sundays take place on the last Sunday of each month 10am – 2pm.
Stores will turn off their music, or turn it down to a low level. Hand driers will be switched off as well as children’s rides. Vending machines will also not make a sound. Sensory Sundays may be of particular interest to people with autism.

Crystal Peaks Sensory Sundays


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