Family Fun Day at the Windrush Leisure Centre!
On Saturday November 3rd, the Windrush Leisure Centre will be opening its doors to all for a family fun day from 10am to 5pm.
The council owned facility, managed by Wycombe Leisure Ltd, is holding its annual open day to provide people of all ages the chance to try a variety of activities, as well as make the most of special offers, discounts and competitions throughout the day.
The day will begin with a warm welcome from the Wycombe Leisure mascot, 'Chippy the Chimp', followed by free table tennis and badminton sessions. For those feeling the morning buzz, the centre will be staging a Tour de France-style bike challenge using the exercise bikes in the gym.
Children's activities will include a bouncy castle, parachute games and a roller disco complete with lights, a smoke machine and music! For those feeling confident, there will be a chance to take part in a roller skate competition!
A bonfire menu will be provided in the café throughout the day, with a chance to create your dream ice cream or cake desert!
In the afternoon, a free football session, complete with penalty shoot outs, will take place as well as a free family trampolining coaching session and a free family float session in the swimming pool.
The day will draw to a close with an 'inflatable challenge' in the pool and a free prize draw with a chance to win a membership at the centre and much, much more!
A full programme of the day's activities is available from the Windrush, or can be downloaded from wll.co.uk.
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