Latest news: Adventure Point, the
region’s leading family entertainment centre, has
scooped a top accolade at the Play Providers Association
(PPA) ASPIRE Awards, for the second consecutive year.
The prestigious awards, now in their fourth year, took
place at London’s Olympia. read the full
Our centre is not just about play,
we also promote health and education for children in a
fun, safe environment. You will find lots of
information linked to the National Curriculum throughout
the play frame. Whilst they play, your children can
learn about protecting the environment, as well as
finding out about rainforest animals including snakes,
spiders, butterflies and birds.
They will be encouraged to run,
climb, crawl, jump, slide, swing, dodge, hop, clamber,
race, and chase – all of which gives them an abundance
of fun and EXERCISE! There are loads of unique and
exciting activities to enjoy during your visit.
Meet our fun characters – Phillius
Frog, Slipper Snake, Teefa Toucan and Flitter
Butterfly. The children will learn all about their
amazing life cycles whilst they play.
Adventure Point is equipped with some of the very
best play equipment available in the World. All of this
is provided without compromising safety. We have worked
closely with ILAM (Institute of Leisure and Amenity
Management) and ROSPA (Royal Society for the Prevention
of Accidents) to ensure that accidents are minimised but
safety and fun are maximised.
From the point of view of health, Adventure Point can
help in two ways:
- An hour or two of play at Adventure Point is probably
the most fun your children can have while getting a
really good workout without even realising! All that
stretching, running, crawling and sliding will raise
their heart rate and exercise their lungs. The added
bonus is that it all helps to ensure they sleep well
when you get them home!
- After all that activity they’ll need to re-fuel and
you can trust Adventure Point to provide them with
something delicious and nutritious. All our tasty dishes
are prepared in house and are cooked in as healthy a way
as possible. Whenever we can we use fresh ingredients
and make all our own sauces and dressings. For a really
healthy burst, try a fresh juice from our amazing
“Jungle Juice” menu or treat them to a “Fruit Splatter”
– all made using 100% fresh fruit in fun and
Most school children in Britain are not getting
enough exercise to keep healthy, according to the
British Heart Foundation. It says that many children are
not meeting the recommended 60 minutes of physical
activity a day, and only one in every eight children is
getting that amount of exercise. Their report found that
most children spend more time texting friends or surfing
the internet than having a kick around at the park. They
predict that almost 70 per cent of children will be
overweight by 2050.