Its nearly half term, so if you’re looking to fill your diary with things to do, we are here to help.
ibounce Newton Abbot:
From toddler sessions to nerf wars – ibounce has something for everyone.
ibounce is located on the Milber trading estate and open from 9am, starting each day with a toddler session at just £4 per person.
Open all year round, it’s a great indoor activity that provides enjoyment come rain or shine. A real popular attraction offering some exciting facilities: Interlinked trampolines, dodgeball and a giant airbag with a 1.5m launch platform, as well as soft play.
Make sure you try the cakes and brownies at the cafe (if they’ve not all been eaten!) Great value and delicious!
Book your tickets online here.
Mane Events Stay and Play:
Back again for half term, Mane Events are holding their stay and play sessions at the Acorn centre in Torquay.
Expect bouncy castles, slides, the sweeper, an inflatable assault course and an under 3s area.
Sessions will be held on Tuesday (22 Feb), Wednesday (23 Feb) and Thursday (24 Feb) and are suitable for under 12s.
Sessions are 1.5 hours long each. Tickets are limited and need to be pre-booked.
For more information and tickets, click here.
Golden Palms Amusements Torquay:
If you’re looking for some family fun, Golden Palms Amusements has something for everyone. From bowling to Virtual Reality, and not forgetting everyones favourite, the 2p machines.
Save up tickets for prizes, what will you go home with from their prize shop?
Open from 10am til late.
Playing in the Streets (Torbay):
Free fun, entertainment and workshops across Torbay.
Playing in the Streets is an initiative to get people back to the high street.
There will be events in Brixham Torquay and Paignton and will include street entertainment, music and workshops. There’s even a chance to win prizes.
Turn up anytime between 11am and 3pm.
Grab your wellies and go for a stomp around Stover.
114 acres of woodland, lake and marsh, heathland, grassland and a substantial variety of wildlife.
The perfect wildlife walk, look out for birds, insects and small mammals.
A fairly flat walk with lots of stopping points.
For more information, click here.
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