WATER SLIDES AND FLUMES TO REOPEN AT EAST RIDING LEISURE IN BRIDLINGTON

East Riding of Yorkshire Council have announced that the slides and flumes will reopen from this weekend (22nd of May) at the East Riding Leisure Centre in Bridlington.

The slides and flumes will initially reopen during the Leisure Centre’s weekend casual swim times, they will also be open during the school holidays from the 31st of May to the 4th of June.

The Council also stressed that booking procedures will remain in place. East Riding Leisure members will be able to book two days in advance and non members can book one day in advance.

For full details and to book, visit: https://eastridingleisure.co.uk/reopening/

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12 June 2021

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