Indoor Rules of Play

We want everyone who visits Global Adventure to have fun and be safe. So, here are some rules to help make sure we all have a great day out.

These rules are subject to change at any time.

All visitors must abide by these rules, as condition of entry. Failure to do so may result in you being asked to leave. In such cases, no refunds will be provided.

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  • Parents are welcome to help children on the toddler playframe, but please refrain from playing!
  • Adults are not permitted within the main playframe unless children require immediate assistance or are in distress
  • Our maximum age for children is 11 years old
  • All customers are required to use hand sanitiser on entering the centre
  • Remove all shoes before entering the playframe, socks must be worn at all times
  • Arms and legs should be covered on the play area
  • No climbing up the slides, frame or netting
  • No photography outside of party rooms
  • No food or drink within the play frame
  • No electrical equipment within the playframe
  • Please report accidents immediately
  • Be respectful of others- no pushing, shoving, fighting, or saying nasty things
  • Children who feel unwell during their visit should not enter the play area and staff should be informed
  • Only food and drinks purchased may be consumed on the premises
  • No liability will be accepted for any losses, damage or theft
  • It is the parent/guardian’s responsibility to ensure that all children understand the rules of play
  • Parents and guardians are responsible for the children they bring with them and children are to be monitored by an adult at all times
  • Parents /guardians hosting a party must supervise attending children in play area and party rooms at all times
  • We do not provide or accept responsibility for the supervision of children
  • Fighting or bullying will not be tolerated, repeated failure to follow this rule could result in being asked to leave
  • No adults are permitted to use any of the slides in the play area
  • Parents and guardians are responsible for assessing the suitability of the equipment provided for children in their care and the ability of those children to use it