It was a big of a drive out from where we were to here, so we were hoping for something worth while. When we got there, we were a little worried. It's a manky looking barn, with a dirt and stones car park, down a tiny country road. But inside it looks like a play barn is supposed to, which wad a relief. We were given a quick briefing, a locker key (for handbags), and off we went.
You have to pay for everyone, so if you're a sit and watch parent, go somewhere else. It was £4.50 per person when we went, so I was going in with my son whatever happened. Everything is geared up for adults to be on it. Rope bridges are that bit thicker, the spaces over and under things seemed a little wider. There's a wave slide, that you need mats for, that is amazing. But no doubt what you're wondering about is the demon drop slide. It is evil! I looked over the edge and couldn't do it. Seriously, it is a vertical drop, it's like sitting on a window ledge and simply falling off, bleurgh. My 10yo went on it (they have no fear at the age. Fools!), and banged his elbow and the back of his head. I've no doubt that ultimately it's safe, but it's only for the brave and co-ordinated. To be fair though, there is a member of staff on it at all times, so mostly it should go ok.
The staff were all pleasant enough, with only a few tannoy reminders not to run. I didn't go in the toilets, but my son didn't complain about them, so I presume they were ok. You aren't supposed to take outside food and drink, so take money because you'll get thirsty from all the running around.
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