We do not provide or accept responsibility for the supervision of children
Children must be supervised by a parent or guardian at all times
Do not attempt to use any of the activity equipment unless you have registered to participate, signed a waiver & undertaken the safety briefing
Images are being monitored and recorded for the purposes of crime prevention and public safety
Warning – Please be aware that we use flashing lights during the activities. This may be dangerous to persons with photosensitive epilepsy or other light sensitive medical conditions
Fire exit only
No access – staff only
Users of this car park do so at their own risk. Vehicles and their contents are left here entirely at owner or driver risk. Management do not accept responsibility or liability whatsoever for any loss of damage to vehicles or their contents
This car park can become slippery during cold weather such as frost, ice or snow. Please take care when walking.
The activities provided can be great fun but they can also be dangerous. There is a risk of serious injury if care is not taken when using the activity equipment. Use of the activity equipment is physically demanding and involves jumping, physical strength and other strenuous actions involving height, speed and unpredictable surfaces. Use of the activity equipment is a high-impact, full body activity which requires intense focus, awareness of your body’s strengths and limitations, awareness of the environment around you and extreme caution at all times
The activities provided are not segregated for use solely by children. The activities are used by multiple age groups including adults at the same time as children and are not restricted to any one age group. If you allow children in your care to participate unaccompanied on the activities please ensure you assess the suitability of the activities for younger children. Please also be aware that certain activities are age and or ability restricted and you should ensure children in your care are advised accordingly
The activities include trampoline courts made up of interconnected trampolines that are not enclosed and are without segregation or barriers to allow for the free movement around the court between trampolines
Split into 2 even groups each side of the centre-line during the opening rush (when the game starts), you may only grab the balls from the centre-line
You are out if:
A thrown live ball can only hit out 1 player. Thrown balls that hit the ground, the wall, other balls or other objects before hitting the opponent are considered dead balls. You may block a thrown ball with a held ball. However, if you drop the blocking ball during the act of blocking, or if you fail to make a clean block so the thrown ball still deflects off you, you are out.
If you are out, exit the bouncing area and line up on the side to form a resurrection line. If a playing teammate catches a ball the player at the start of your team’s resurrection line comes back into play after touching the wall (you must be in the line at the time of the catch to be eligible to be brought back in). You can only hold a ball for 10 seconds, afterwards, it will be considered dead. Dead balls need to be rolled over immediately to the other team.
If the game ends up with 1 player per side, each player has 10 seconds to hit the other out; if not, ‘showdown’ comes into effect. The game is paused, each player gets two balls, two balls are lined up at the ends of the centre-line and the centre-line is dissolved. The first player to get the other player out wins
Have fun, shake hands, make friends and be a good winner and a good loser!
Bouldering is climbing without ropes. If you fall you will hit the floor
The soft mat does not make bouldering safe. It is designed for accidental falls.
Broken and sprained limbs are common in use of this type of climbing wall despite the soft landing.
Uncontrolled falls are likely to result in injuries to yourself or others