Family Fun for All at Clip’ n Climb’ Nottingham

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My daughter-in-law was looking for a venue for my grandson’s 6th birthday party.

Clip n’ Climb fitted the bill perfectly – with 22, five and six year olds ready to burn off lots of energy the excitement and anticipation was high!

Clip’ n Climb, didn’t disappoint! From the warm welcome, the informative and friendly safety briefing, to letting the little ones loose on the 26 obstacle courses including Jungle Vine, Sky Scraper, Spaghetti Junction, Lightning Crack and Stairway to Heaven, to name a few!

20170930_114341The children had a great time scaling the walls, climbing to the top and being proud of their achievements. My grandson even braved the leap of faith.

The food was amazing too! Pizza, garlic bread, healthy nibbles and fresh fruit, followed by delicious ice-cream.  There is even an on-site café for mums and dads.

All the staff were brilliant with the kids.  They were engaging, encouraging and really made the party special for all of us.

The parents have said they are definitely going back, as a family, they were so impressed!  I think you should give it a go no matter how old you are. It’s great fun.

Thank you Clip’ n Climb we will definitely be back.

Clip’ n Climb is based on Millennium Way, near Phoenix Park Tram Stop and has over 30 on-site parking spaces.

It’s open seven days a week, Tuesday to Friday from 1pm – 8pm, Mondays from 4pm – 8pm and Saturday & Sunday from 9.30am-8pm. Please consult Clip n’ Climb’s listing for school term and school holiday times.

Blog by our Partnerships Manager – Annette Thornley


Posted on 06 October 2017
Featured author: Kinga

Addicted to music and learning languages. Loves reading, gardening, travelling and everything new media related.

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