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Fab Feb Family Fun at Lightwater Valley Wed 16 – Sun 20 Feb 10.30am – 3.30pm


Enjoy a family day out with lots of indoor and outdoor activities, rides and fun. Don’t let rainy days be boring this half term.

Various rides including Skyrider, Carousel, Eagle’s Claw, Eagle’s Creek Farm, Angry Birds (indoor and outdoor), will be open along with a variety of smaller rides for the youngsters including Ladybug, Noah’s Ark, Space Pirates and others.

Riggmoor Farm will also be joining us with their animals including rabbits, lambs, calves, miniature ponies, cows and alpacas, a great attraction for all the family.

To get your children active and having fun there will be a selection of Bouncy Castles, Pillow Bash, Soft Play, Giant Slide, Ball Pool and Pirates Assault Course, so lots to keep the family entertained during the half term.

Car parking is free. £6 per person, pre-bookable online in advance. No pay on the day entry is available.

Under 1’s and Season ticket Holders are free.

Please note the full Theme Park is not open.

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Written By Nadine Bell

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