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Chill Factore

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CP1985CP1985 Forumite
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Hi, I am heading up north with the family in a couple of weeks (2 adults 2 kids) and I am looking for some things to do. We are quite active and through doing my research i stumbled across Chill Factore. Has anyone been before? Is it as good as it sounds? Also can anybody recommend any other places to visit?

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  • suejb2suejb2 Forumite
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    We went many many years ago when it first opened , the children , though young loved it. Saying that we have never been back as skiing isn’t our thing.
    When you say up north , where will you be?

    Next door to Chill is an indoor skydiving place, a crazy golf place and an indoor play area, there was or still is a trampoline area, all in Trafford park. None cheap so look for discounts.

    Any more help just ask.
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  • Fran.WilsonFran.Wilson Forumite
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    Hi,

    I have been to Chill Factore before! It was a fantastic day out with my 3 kids. We went in the snow park and kids loved the rides! Even got me on one. Then we went to Nandos, which was well earned after we were tired out from all of the cardio.

    Because we loved it that much - we are going again in October half term as I've just stumbled across a few deals.

    Also a few of the parents in the play ground have tried tree top adventures- think its in the city centre. Think its worth a look and heard its quite reasonable.
  • suejb2suejb2 Forumite
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    Hi,

    I have been to Chill Factore before! It was a fantastic day out with my 3 kids. We went in the snow park and kids loved the rides! Even got me on one. Then we went to Nandos, which was well earned after we were tired out from all of the cardio.

    Because we loved it that much - we are going again in October half term as I've just stumbled across a few deals.

    Also a few of the parents in the play ground have tried tree top adventures- think its in the city centre. Think its worth a look and heard its quite reasonable.


    Tree tops is just round the corner at The Trafford centre. There aren’t too many tree tops in the city centre.
    Life is like a bath, the longer you are in it the more wrinkly you become.
  • tonyh66tonyh66 Forumite
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    Manchester is only north for about 1/2 of the country, for the rest of us its south.......
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