Festival Leisure Park is set to welcome their Christmas Corner on Friday 8th December, for a month of festive fun.
The Christmas Corner will be located outside the front of the park, and will be host to a variety of games and rides, including the Twister, Waltzer, Dodgems, Bungee Trampolines and more! Visitors to the Park are encouraged to stop by and enjoy the winter magic, cosy up next to the fire with delicious drinks or toast marshmallows for the ultimate tasty treat.
Tokens are available for £1.20 or 10 for £10, and leaflets of bonus tokens will also be available within the wide variety of restaurants and leisure facilities at the Park, to enjoy after a delicious meal and drinks. Thursday will also see all rides be just 2 tokens each!
There will also be pop-up appearances from local charities inside the Atrium for the chance to chat about amazing local projects from a variety of causes.
The Christmas Corner will be open from 8th December on weekdays from 4:30pm until late, and on weekends from 1pm until late. From 18th December the hours will then extend, to be open everyday from 1pm until late, finishing on 7th January.
The Corner comes alongside several accompanying festive events at Festival Leisure Park including a joint Christmas Artisan and Wellbeing Fair on Sunday 10th December, an appearance from Elves Behavin’ Badly on Saturday 16th December and even an appareance from Santa’s reindeer on Sunday 17th December!
Matthew Chambers, Centre Manager at Festival Leisure Park, commented “We’re kicking off Christmas in a big way this December, with the arrival of our magical Christmas Corner. Come along and soak up the festivities over a tasty hot drink or delicious treats, and take a trip on our rides if you’re feeling ready for some real fun! Our Corner is the perfect way to start or finish up a jam packed day out here at Festival Leisure Park, we can’t wait to welcome you!”
Festival Leisure Park is home to some of the biggest names in food and leisure including Cineworld, Wagamama, Nando’s, Hollywood Bowl and Mr Mulligans.