On the days when the sun isn’t shining don’t sit around wondering what to do, head indoors to let off some energy at the Tunbridge Wells Sports Centre which offers a wide variety of indoor activities.
The recently reburbished swimming pool is a great place to get together with family and friends for some fun and healthy activity. What could be more fun than splashing about in the pool while a serious swim will tone every muscle from top to toe.
If you don’t want to get wet the indoor tennis, squash and badminton courts will burn off plenty of energy and who knows you may even discover that you have a potential future Wimbledon champion in your midst!
Don’t forget the brand new soft play centre which is open daily from 10am providing an affordable and safe environment for your children (up to 8 years old) to play and explore whilst you make new friends chatting over a cup of coffee.
Gulliver’s Play Cafe, an indoor play centre and cafe is not yet re-open in Cranbrook – make a note to try it out when local restrictions allow.
Fenton’s Curling Rink is a popular and more unusual activity for older children (11 years and up) and adults. Normally open during the autumn and winter, it is currently closed for the time being. Once restrictions allow, come and experience the only curling rink in England that is used by the Olympic GB team. Food and liquid refreshment is also on hand to keep your energy levels high.
Make a note also to visit this challenge on a rainy day: the Chimera Indoor Climbing Centre once it re-opens to try your hand at indoor rock climbing.
There are courses for all ages and abilities and best of all there is no need to provide any special equipment, just come as you are and climb.
Relieve the stress and strain of a rainy day and splash out on a luxury spa day. The only decision that you will have to make is choosing from the range of health and beauty treatments that are available.