Birmingham news Trampoline and soft play centres reopening - the rules you need to know PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Reopening dates and details for Rush UK in Kings Norton, Imagination Street in Redditch, Inflata Nation in Stechford, Rock Up in Ladywood, Hickory Dickorys in Kings Heath, 360 Play Town in Redditch, Children's Play Village in Warwick and more

Birmingham news Trampoline and soft play centres reopening - the rules you need to know PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Reopening dates and details for Rush UK in Kings Norton, Imagination Street in Redditch, Inflata Nation in Stechford, Rock Up in Ladywood, Hickory Dickorys in Kings Heath, 360 Play Town in Redditch, Children's Play Village in Warwick and more

Birmingham news  Trampoline and soft play centres reopening - the rules you need to know PremierLeague-News.Com
14 May 2021 - 11:18

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Trampoline parks and soft play centre s have been given the green light to reopen from May 17 but not all are reopening from this date. Here's our guide to the places planning to reopen and the dates they will start taking bookings again. There are, of course, strict rules in place to try to keep everyone safe from the spread of Covid 19 so we've included everything you need to know before you head over there with your kids. Remember to stay at home if you have any coronavirus symptoms or are awaiting test results. Rush Trampoline Park, Kings Norton Rush has announced it plans to reopen from May 17 At Rush, you can book open jumps, toddler time, parties and fitness activities online. Bookings will be limited to the 'rule of 6 or two households' and there will be 50 per cent reduced capacity for jump sessions. Over 11s will be expected to wear masks and track and trace measures will be in place. Find out more here Inflatables at Rush Trampoline Park in Kings Norton Imagination Street, Redditch The huge Imagination Street activity centre in Redditch plans to reopen on May 17. There's more than 20,000 square foot of soft play and trampolines to explore here, including a 'Balloon Typhoon' and interactive screens plus a library for some quiet time as well. For mums and dads, there are leather sofas, free newspapers, magazines, satellite TV and wi-fi. Covid safety measures include timed sessions, track-and-trace and face covering rules for over 11s. A fogging sanitiser will be used daily throughout the play equipment to produce a protective film to help reduce the spread of viruses. Find out more here Brummie Mummies The best way to find out what's going on for families in and around Birmingham is to join our Brummie Mummies tribe! Simply follow our Brummie Mummies Facebook page and sign up to our free Brummie Mummies email newsletter to be kept up to date with all the wonderful events happening for kids and parents across the city. And you can also download and stream the Brummie Mummies podcast on all major podcasting platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Children's Play Village, Warwick The popular Children's Play Village is reopening on May 17. Known for its role play activities, children can explore a mini village, complete with shop, school, vets, doctors, post office and more. Pre-booking is essential, and numbers are being limited, toys are being rotated to allow for enhanced cleaning and there will be table service in the cafe plus contactless payments encouraged. Find out more here Did you know there's now a Brummie Mummies podcast? Download or stream it on all major podcasting platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify Children's Play Village in Warwick (Image: Birmingham Mail) Flip Out, Sandwell Flip Out is reopening on May 17. Some of the areas may be closed temporarily due to government regulations regarding COVID-19. The foam pits will remain closed, but there is new equipment to explore including Ninja warrior, inflatables and a zip line plus the soft play area. Also look out for the wall runners, slam ball and flip street tumble strip. Find out more here Churchbridge Industrial Estate, Churchbridge, Oldbury B69 2AP Trampoline fun at Flip out Sandwell Hickory Dickory, Kings Heath This large soft play centre, which features around 15,000 square feet of balls pools, trampolines, powerful ball canons plans to reopen on May 17. It claims to have one of the highest indoor slides of its kind in the UK. There’s also a sports arena offering astro turf football and basketball pitch. Covid safety rules include temperature checks on arrival, pre-booking generally being required to guarantee entrance and for track and trace purposes. Adults and kids over 11 must wear face coverings and there will be a maximum of two households per table group and the ‘ Rule of 6’ followed. Find out more here Findlay Road, Kings Heath, Birmingham, B14 7SN Brummie Mummies All about Brummie Mummies Brummie Mummies Socials Things to do with the kids in Brum Brummie Mummies podcast Inflatable Zone and Boing Zone, Halesowen Inflatable Zone has moved to Soccer Zone - Halesowen and will remain outdoors for the time being. The indoor site will not reopen until October at the earliest.

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. There are large inflatables, a beer garden for parents and free car parking. Find out more here Park Road, Halesowen B63 2RG The Play Station, Saltley When The Play Station opened in February 2019, thousands queued to get their kids in for free. The centre boasts a three story high play area including a ball pit, crazy slides, rainbow slides, rocket swing, bee ride, climbing web as well as a trampoline area. It is said to be the third largest indoor play centre in the UK and is suitable for children aged 0- 13 years old. There is also a halal cafeteria and you can also hire out party rooms. There are daily enhanced cleaning schedules with Covid approved chemicals. Find out more here Adderley Road, Saltley, B8 1AW Gyms and sports centres are allowed to start running indoor sports and group exercise classes from May 17. Take a look at our guide to gyms and swimming pools here Things to do with kids in Birmingham Ultimate kids guide to Birmingham Family friendly cafes and restaurants 20 unusual days out Our Brummie Mummies Newsletter Inflata Nation, Stechford Inflata Nation is reopening on May 19. Billed as an 'inflatable theme park', the £500,000 Stechford attraction features everything from a drop slide to ball pool, climbing wall and a Gladiators’ -style duel platform. The 23,000 square foot unit has a separate dedicated area for under fours, which includes giant inflatables. For bigger kids, there's an assault course, inflatable wrecking ball game and even a human version of the Hungry Hippos game! Covid safety rules include masks must be worn around the building but may be removed when on the arena, one-way systems will be in place, there will be card payments only and bookings must be made online before arrivals. Find out more here Unit E at Stechford Retail Park, Flaxley Parkway, Stechford B33 9AN Birmingham's libraries are now open too. Check out our guide to 20 rainy day ideas in Birmingham. Read More Related Articles 34 days out from May 17 around Birmingham, Worcestershire and the Black Country Read More Related Articles Farms and petting zoos now open around Birmingham under the new Covid rules Rock Up Birmingham, Ladywood Rock Up has reopened in line with the new Covid rules. All visitors over 11 years are required to wear a face mask or covering during their visit, contactless payments are encouraged and there's reduced climbing capacity to lower the footfall and ensure social distancing. This centrally-located climbing centre features 26 different climbs, each one offering three levels of challenges, which makes it ideal for families of all ages. You can try the Speed Climb, Twister, Jungle Gym and Skyscraper and lots more. There's also a cafe and a very small soft play area for little ones. Find out more here Broadway Plaza, Ladywood Middleway, Birmingham B16 8LP Rock Up at Broadway Plaza, Ladywood 360 Play Town, Redditch 360 Play Town is reopening on May 17 and features a role play street so kids can have a go at being everything from a firefighter to going shopping for fruit and veg. There are wavy slides, a ball pit and climbing structures plus go karts, a mini carousel and messy play too. Pre-booking is now essential to comply with Covid safety rules. Find out more here Evesham Walk, Kingfisher Shopping Centre, Redditch B97 4HJ Other indoor family attractions reopening Selected indoor attractions have already opened too, such as the Snowdome in Tamworth and Planet Ice in Solihull. Many of these attractions will now be able to reopen more of their indoor facilities in line with government guidelines. Indoor swimming pools are now open too, with strict Covid safety rules in place. Ones to try include Kingstanding swimming baths which features a bright-yellow diver’s helmet for toddlers plus water features with buckets, jet sprays and even a shark, Stechford Leisure Centre, which had a £9 million makeover in 2018 and Northfield Sports Centre. * Are you reopening your independent business? G et in touch via our Brummie Mummies Facebook page or email zoe.chamberlain@reachplc.com

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