Rules of Play

It is a condition of entry that any accident is reported to a member of staff and recorded in the accident book. It is important to follow the safety rules when using the equipment. Please follow the slide rules because ‘friction burns’ hurt. Please note that on occasions a build up of static electricity may cause a slight discharge from time to time. Most children find this amusing.

It is not permitted to change nappies in the public areas. A room is provided for this purpose. This also doubles as a ‘comfort room for breast feeding.

Keeping the centre clean is very important to us for the appearance and for our customers’ benefit. Therefore we ask you to help us keep it this way. If any food or drink is accidentally spilled in the cafe area, please advise us immediately. Whilst our toilets are inspected regularly, if you are not satisfied, please advise us.

Adventureland Ltd does not accept responsibility or liability for damage or loss of any clothing worn whilst using the playframe.

A child must be accompanied by an adult and an adult must accompany a child. Supervision of children’s parties must be on the basis of 1 adult per every 5 children.

crockery and cutlery are strictly limited to the cafe area and are not allowed at any time in the play area or reception.

is not permitted in the play centre.

Children must be supervised at all times by the parent or responsible adult accompanying them. The Children’s Act of 1989 requires us to inform you of this obligation. Adventureland Ltd does not accept responsibility for child supervision whilst on our premises or using the equipment. Our staff have access to first aid. Our staff are not available to supervise your children. This is your obligation.

All persons entering the building are charged and permitted full use of the play equipment. Children’s shoes must be left in reception. Adults must remove their shoes before entering the play areas. (Not applicable to the ‘Oasis Cafe’). Adults must also wear socks in the play areas.

No form of bullying, unsociable or rough behaviour will be tolerated by either children or adults. Anyone causing such behaviour will be asked to leave after one warning. The decision is entirely at the discretion of the management of Adventureland Ltd and no refund will be given. It is also unacceptable to cause damage to the playframe structure. Anyone doing so will be expected to pay for the repair.

Children must be dressed to play safely. Legs, arms and feet must be covered at all times. Man made fibres are not recommended. An extra pair of socks provides added comfort. Shoes, jewellery, watches, spectacles (unless shatterproof) necklaces, rings, chains, badges, pens, pencils and any sharp objects must be removed. Clothing with sharp or metal/glass decoration cannot be worn i.e. jeans with metal studs.

Children are not permitted to carry matches, fireworks or any combustible material anywhere in the play centre.

Anyone using foul, abusive or aggressive language will be asked to leave immediately.

Adventureland Ltd does not accept responsibility or liability for loss or injury of whatever nature caused through misuse of equipment or lack of supervision by a parent or accompanying responsible adult.

Adventureland does not accept responsibility for the loss or damage to any personal articles or possessions.

Children who are injured, sick or nauseous are not permitted to use the play facilities. All children should use the toilet before entering the playframe.

AdventureLand is fitted with CCTV security, comprising of 6 cameras covering the entrance, all exits and the interior – TO ENSURE YOUR CHILDRENS SAFETY.

A number of coin return lockers are available for any valuables to be stored whilst in the play areas. PLEASE ASK AT RECEPTION.

Smoking is not permitted in any part of Adventureland. Anyone so doing will be asked to leave. Toilet areas have smoke detectors fitted.

Food and drink must not be taken into the playframe at any time. It is also forbidden for any person, child or adult, to eat sweets or chew gum whilst using the equipment as this could be very dangerous. Only food and drink purchased from the ‘Oasis Café’ may be consumed on the premises, except for babies under 12 months who are still weaning. In this case parents are permitted to bring their children’s milk and other forms of toddler food. We provide facilities to heat this but we cannot be responsible for the temperature at which the food is fed to the child.

Children must be under 14 years and under 4’9″ (1.45 metres). Children must be escorted by an adult and an adult must accompany any children. TO BE CLEAR – ADULTS will not be allowed into Adventureland unless they are properly associated with a child who has come to play.
A child over the age of 14 years or over 4’9” in height may be admitted at the discretion of Adventureland’s management on the following basis. This child must have at least one other sibling who qualifies to enter Adventureland under the normal criteria of being under 14 years. The older child will only be allowed to enter provided they are there to accompany their younger sibling(s). Furthermore there must be an adult present who is responsible for both the child who qualifies under normal rules and the child who is admitted under a special age or height concession. All children and adults must abide by the Adventureland Rules of Play. 
For legal purposes a person is considered to be a child until they have reached the age of 18 years.

The over 14 year old child must pay the appropriate entry fee applicable at the time of entry. Entry will not be allowed without the payment of the appropriate entry fee.

Adventureland reserves the right of admission at its discretion.

Customers park their vehicles in the Adventureland car park entirely at their own risk. Adventureland Limited does not accept any responsibility for vehicles or their contents.

Qualifies customers for a play period of two hours. To see pricing please.

Spectacular slides, designed to provide thrilling rides, form an important part of our playframe. They are perfectly safe despite their ‘awesome’ looks. It is, however, important to follow some basic rules. Children must go down in a forward facing sitting position. They must not push or be pushed by other children. We recommend that children fold their arms to avoid touching the sides and do not hold hands as persons of varying weights travel at different speeds. On reaching the landing pad, both children and adults should immediately exit the slide area to avoid other people colliding with them. Under no circumstances should children or adults attempt to climb up the slide from the bottom as they could be hit by other people coming down.