Level - Leisure Centre For Everyone
Aug, 16 2021
Imagine a leisure centre that caters for three generations of ages. From young children, students and adults.
Located in Preston city centre, ‘Level’ has got to be one of the only places in the country that has a soft play area and a sports bar in the same building.
Access to the venue is made possible through the pay and display multi storey car park above the central bus station. 12 hours of parking costs a mere £4 or you could spend £6 for 24 hour parking.
There are currently two levels to explore. Level One comprises of an apocalyptic-style laser-tag set-up, a crazy golf course, and several karaoke rooms, with all amenities available for kids and adults to book.
The second level spices things up a bit with ten-pin bowling plus an independent burger house plus a sports bar. Darts and shuffleboard are also available to hire while at the bar.
The restaurant is an ideal place for families to get together over a nice meal. Whilst the bar provides a service for students and adults to socialise together.
Level Two also comprises of a function space known simply as The Spare Room. Complete with two private bowling lanes, waiter service, and your own choice of music, this is a chance to have your own private party.
Prices range from a variety of options:-
- Students and children - £6 - bowling. Adults £8. (off peak)- Increase t0o £8 and £10 during peak times
- Crazy golf & laser-tag- students and children - £5. Adults - £6
- Karaoke hire- £25. Shuffleboard and dart hires occur in house.
Currently there is a 20% universal discount for students on everything on Thursdays.
Parents with young children can host a kids party with two activities and food thrown in for £18 a head while The Spare Room is available to hire for £25 per head. This includes a two and a half hour bowling session, food packages and a private bar.
Level is open to the interested public:-
- Monday - Thursday - 10am - 10pm
- Friday - Saturday - 10am - late
- Sunday - 10am - 10pm.
Let the kids have fun, the students run wild and allow the parents to chill in this leisure complex that caters for everyone.
^Alex Ashworth CCG UK Blogger