Children Swim for free at SC2 Rhyl


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Children Swim for free at SC2 Rhyl

Free swimming for kids at SC2 is just one of the amazing deals launched by the water and adventure park this autumn/winter.

Incredible deals have been announced for locals across Denbighshire and the Welsh coast to enjoy Ninja TAG and the waterpark during term time.

A range of offers aimed at local residents have been launched, including half price after school sessions in Ninja TAG, a weekend offer of a free game of Ninja TAG when you buy two for only £10, a brand new neon ‘After Dark’ session on a Friday night for over 18s and a free Cybertower game when you buy a waterpark ticket.

There is also a range of offers and discounts on the waterpark, including savings of up to £22 on family tickets, children swim for free with a full paying adult (with limited numbers per session) and the Autism Friendly sessions have been moved to a Saturday morning to accommodate more people, following feedback over the summer.

A spokesperson for Denbighshire Leisure said: “We are thrilled with the amazing response we have had over summer and we will it is only right that our local residents and visitors can enjoy this first class facility throughout the autumn/winter months.
“We are committed to providing our local community the best possible experience and these offers and discounts include after-school offers in Ninja TAG with a 50% discount, as well as a brand new ‘After Dark’ session on Fridays for 18’s and over.

“Following feedback from customers we have also moved our waterpark Autism friendly session to a Saturday morning to ensure more people can enjoy the waterpark.”

TAG is open 7 days a week and the waterpark is open every weekend throughout autumn/winter. During the October holidays we are also open every day in the waterpark and Ninja TAG.

For more information and to book online visit sc2rhyl.co.uk and NinjaTAGrhyl.co.uk

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