The inspiration for the Jungle Jeans family activity centre was developed from the work and dedication of one lady, Jean Harris.

Jean worked for many years as a classroom assistant in a Southampton school for children with servere learning and physical disabilites. She died in 1997 from liver cancer, but left a lasting impression, inspiring her daughters to reach for and achieve their dreams. Her daughter Nicola put that concept into one project, her dream – Jungle Jeans.

The future is bright for all at Jungle Jeans which means it is also bright for families wanting a safe, relaxing time together.

Inspired by her mother and with the help and support of her husband Imed (a catering manager), Nicola (a former children’s entertainer), not only has the vision but also the talent to achieve her dream.