is hating the rain and wishing summer was still here
Sunshine, eating out, shopping and my kids (obviously not in that order!) oh yes and my husband
a mixture of everything
Sons of Anarchy, Dexter, Holby City and the soaps
Anything apart from horrors
True crime stories
The main arena is huge with gym facilities, squash courts and many more things to do. It has a very nice cafe upstairs also. My son played football on the outdoor astroturf pitches and i have to say they have definitely seen better days they could do with a bit of a refurbish. Parking wasn't great either and if its a match day at The Reebok Stadium then be prepared for a huge amount of traffic.
My 2 boys aged 6 and 12 both made their own pots on the pottery wheel. The staff were really helpful and made it fun they even let my oldest one use the pedal to control the speed himself. They give you the option to have your pots fired and glazed although this takes about 5 weeks. My 6 year old also did the junk robot craft class which he absolutely loved a very simple idea but well worth £5.
The caves are very interesting to go in but a little bit expensive as it dosn't really take long to go round them. An ideal place to go if you are set for a rainy afternoon.
We hired 2 canoe's from here and did the 3 hour nine mile trip to Symonds Yat. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The kids had a great day and we will definitely be doing it again.
This place hasnt changed in the last 13 years decor is stll the same but actually dosnt look too bad to say it is that old. Food was ok at £3.50 for the carvery really good value, 3 options for meat and loads of veg, gravy was nice and yorkshire puds too.