Have Chilled Out Half-Term With Snozone

Monday, 19 October 2009

The indoor real snow centre will host a range of fun activities both on and off the slope for children of all ages to take part in throughout the October break.

 

Every day from Monday to Friday (26th - 30th October) SNO!zone will host a 'kids' corner' in the SNO!bar from 11am-4pm where kids can try their hand at creative crafts such as origami, face painting, balloon modelling and a design a t-shirt competition.

 

In addition, the 24th-25th October and 31st October - 1st November will see the circus come to SNO!zone with circus skills workshops in the SNO!bar.

 

Kids can also have a go on SNO!zone's snowboard simulator to see how long they can stay on to be in with the chance of winning £200 worth of lessons or slope time at SNO!zone.

 

As well as these fun activities families can also get active on the slopes at SNO!zone by taking part in sledging or ice sliding or skiing and snowboarding on the 170m long slope.

 

Lisa Allan, SNO!zone brand and marketing manager, said: "It's always difficult to think of enough fun activities to keep kids entertained throughout the school break.

 

"We've come up with a number of exciting things to do from fun on the slope to circus skills that give kids the chance to do something different this half-term."

 

All SNO!bar activities (excluding the snowboard simulator) are free for children to take part in.

 

For more information visit www.snozoneuk.com or call 0871 222 5671



Editors notes:



SNO!zone operates three real snow slopes in the UK based in Braehead, Glasgow, Castleford, Leeds and Milton Keynes
SNO!zone Milton Keynes opened in 2001 with Castleford following in 2003 and Braehead opening in 2006
Each 170m long main slope is covered with more than 1700 tonnes of fresh snow
As well as the main slope, a dedicated lesson slope at each centre allows visitors to learn the basics of skiing and snowboarding with qualified instructors
Activities on offer at every centre include skiing, snowboarding, sledging and ice sliding
When not on the slope, visitors can enjoy some après ski at the Alpine themed SNO!bars

 

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