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UK Soft Play Centre Launching Adult Nights With Buy-One-Get-One-Free Drinks

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UK Soft Play Centre Launching Adult Nights With Buy-One-Get-One-Free Drinks

Following a year of limited social events, it's fair to say that many of us would say 'yes' to just about anything... like for example a soft play centre.

Not just that but a soft play centre with a night specifically for adults to release their inner child. Yes, yes and more yes.

Imagine yourself with five mates flying down here. Credit: Facebook/Big Fun
Imagine yourself with five mates flying down here. Credit: Facebook/Big Fun

Well, Big Fun in Hull is offering just that and their taking bookings now for an evening of beers, bants and... ball pits.

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The event will take place every Friday from 8pm to 10pm and the bar is open too with happy hour from 8pm until 9pm when all alcoholic drinks are buy one get one free. It just gets better, right?

The night will be held for over 18s only and valid photo ID is required for anyone attending. So, after a year of not having to carry your driving licence and passport, don't forget it now.

Oh and entry to Big Fun is £7, bookings are being taken now from 187 May. You can book here.

Credit: Facebook/Big Fun
Credit: Facebook/Big Fun
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In an update on the website, bosses at Big Fun said: "We are now accepting bookings, available dates from 17th May. Any social distancing requirements in place on your chosen event date will be applicable.

"Come and release your inner child at Adult Night! Adult Night is every Friday, 8pm to 10pm.

"The Bar is open, and there's Happy Hour from 8pm to 9pm when all alcoholic drinks are BOGOF!"

The date bookings are being taken falls on the same date for Step Three of the government's roadmap out of lockdown.

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On no date earlier than 17 May, groups of up to 30 will be able to meet outdoors, cinemas are to reopen and organised indoor sport will recommence. International travel will also be allowed.

Soft play Friday, fly to Ibiza Saturday?

There will be a minimum of five weeks in between each step with the first of the three phases beginning tomorrow (8 March) as schools reopen and people will be able to meet one other person outdoors from another household.

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From 29 March, the rule of six will apply outdoors between two households and outdoor sport will return.

Step Two will commence from 12 April at the earliest, at which point outdoor hospitality, gyms, libraries, all retail, and outdoor attractions can reopen.

We already know what Step Three will be and Step Four will begin no earlier than 21 June, at which point there will be no legal limits on social contact, enabling nightclubs to reopen and large events to go ahead.

Before moving on to the next stage all data will be assessed to determine whether the country is in a position to proceed with the further easing of restrictions.

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Big Fun

Topics: Community, UK

Rebecca Shepherd
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