SO the school holidays are barely a week old and you have already run out of things to do?

Need a hand with plans for the summer break?

Here are some of the best things to try in Warrington.

Superbowl UK, Golden Square 

Northwich Guardian: Superbowl UK opening in Golden Square Shopping Centre

Tucked away above Wilkos lies 12 state-of-the-art bowling lanes, amazing minigolf adventures, laser quest missions, and SEGA arcade games. Superbowl UK has recently graced Golden Square, and for low prices you can grab some cool prizes and some high scores. The energetic activities can make hours feel like minutes, and makes a great day out for all the family, or even just a day out with some mates.

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Summer of Space 50 years ago, man landed on the moon, but with Summer of Space, you too can blast off and complete your own intergalactic quest.

Throughout August, Old Market Square will transport you above the clouds with into its free adventure park and space themed workshops. From learning about different planets to creating your own astronaut helmets, this is a summer you don’t want to miss out.

And best of all, the playground is free!

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Northwich Guardian: Feature with Paul Blaney who is going to be talking about his vision for Warrington Market going forward. The pic will probably be him with a bunch of traders.....

SUMMER fun days have arrived in Warrington Market to entertain youngsters including a Magical Unicorn Day and The Greatest Show.
The Summer Play Days will take place every Wednesday and Saturday in August from 10am with a variety of activities and themes to ensure there is something that everyone can get involved in and enjoy.

All the fun is free.

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Northwich Guardian: Neve, seven, and three-year-old Narissa Cole at VPX

Organised by Police CSOs, there is almost too much to list going on at the two free events in Warrington.

Face painting, sport, zorbing and plenty more.

It runs on Tuesday, August 6 and Tuesday, August 13 between 11am and 4pm.


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Fancy a trip to the beach without leaving Warrington?

Try out the funfair on Bank park, running until September.

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From maize mazes to pig races, Apple Jacks Adventure Farm specialises in making your summer holidays one to remember. Offering new and exciting activities like archery and quad racing, the Appleton farm hosts a range of outdoor activities so not only will you have endless fun, but you can pick up a cool new skill (or two!).

If you think you’re ready to take on the Eliminator challenge then head to the farm this summer!


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Walton Gardens offers it all. At a venue close to travel to and at a great cost of NOTHING, the gardens offer a calm day out, perfect for a nice stroll.

The historic gardens will be in full bloom this summer and there’s always enough space for your picnic blankets.

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Later in the season, there are some outdoor theatre film showings, from David Walliams to Mamma Mia, so family members of all ages have something to look forward to.

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Clue HQ

Full of riddles, clues, and locks, Clue HQ is an inquisitive day out for you and the family. Suited for older children, there are 5 game rooms where you are locked in and have 60 minutes to hunt down clues to find the key out. Located near the town centre, you won’t need to start your clueing experience early as its simply under the Warrington Centre Train Station. With games such as ‘The Betrayal of Cluetankhamun’ and ‘The Dungeon of Doom’, at the end of the day you’ll have uncovered your inner Sherlock Holmes.

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Northwich Guardian: PICTURE E: Gary Bibby, Callands, taken at Grappenhall Heys Walled Garden

The Witherwin Avenue venue ofgfers Drop - in Crafts in the Garden every Tuesday in August ( 6th to 27th) from 1pm to 3.30pm.

£2 per activity or £5 for 3 activities

Or Holiday Craft Club (Papertown Crafts) - book via Gemma on:  07813 029961

Wednesday, July 31, Wednesday August 7 and Wednesday August, 28