RYLANDS ROAD PARK RENOVATION PRESENTS: The Christmas Adventure. A Zip-tacular Experience!
We have an amazing Christmas offering this year. Kingswood Adventure Center are kindly hosting our event on Saturday 7th December between 11.30am and 4pm.

Select your 1.5 hour slot and in that time you can explore our Christmas Market Stalls full of treats and gift ideas, ride on the Zip- Wire (Children 6+ and of course the adults too!!), and of course meet the 'Big Man' himself in the AMAZING yurt!

Under 6's will get to let off some steam in a Christmas grotto ball pit and bouncy castle!

After, if you want to keep the kids entertained, make your way for refreshments in the hall and give your kids a chance to be creative and draw their ideal park. This will be used to help us design what we would like our new park to look like!

This is unlike anything Ashford has ever seen before! Please get involved! All proceeds are going to Rylands Road Park Renovation!

Please complete the online form to pick your 1.5h slot, an email will then be sent to you to make a bank transfer (Please check your Junk inbox!). Once payment has been received you will be sent your tickets via email and a slot allocated for your Santa Visit.

AUTISM FRIENDLY AND HIDDEN DISABILITY SESSION
From 3.30pm- 4.00pm we are closing the under 6 soft play/bouncy castle area for an autism friendly and hidden disability session open to all ages. Lights will be dimmed, music will be turned down. Children will be able to see Father Christmas too of course! Just fill in the form and request the 14.30pm-16.00pm session and tick the box which asks if you would prefer the autism friendly and hidden disability session.


(Please note: gifts are likely to be edible! But remember, this is more about the experience than the present!)

£10 per Child Entry, Adults go FREE (Must be accompanied by children of course!)

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Sorry- Ticket Sale are now closed- If you need tickets please call 07873 598873.
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