A giant zorb ball slide, laser quest maze and a bungee jump.
Not your average activites for a Saturday but what a way to have fun and raise money for a worthy cause..
Dreamcatcher childrens charity open day at Manton club, Worksop, on May 10th has all the thrills for a family day out.
Why not take a ride on the rodeo bull, have your face and nails painted and then fill your face with ice-cream.
Dare-devils who wish to do the bungee jump have to raise a minimum of £100 sponsorship.
A certificate will be presented as will a charity t-shirt and wristband
All proceeds raised will be split between Bassetlaw Hospice, Bluebell Wood and the SAND club.
Helen Eshelby, fund raising and events co-ordinator at Bassetlaw Hospice said:”I would like to thank the organisers of this event for thinking of us when deciding who to raise the money for.”
“It will be a fun afternoon and it will be a chance to do something different and something a lot of people will not have done before.”
Dreamcatcher is a new national initiative which supports children and their families in their time of need from over-coming illness.
The charity said: “We are dedicated in supporting children and young people from deprived areas to access life enriching activities.”
“We want to create memories that will last forever.”
Admission £1 for adults, children under 16 go free.
Gates open 10am-4pm.Call Ashley on 07848849353 or email email@example.com for a sponsorship form.
For more information visit www.dreamcatchercc.org.