Posted on July 23, 2016 / 333
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    Cheery staff and masses of things to do mean Gambado is eternally popular, despite the hefty entry fee. Kids soon vanish into the depths of the thrilling multi-level climbing frame, which incorporates ball ponds, slides (enclosed twirly tunnels plus bumpy ones large enough for parents to join in), trampolines, assault courses and mini dodgems. Tinies get a soft-play section with big Lego bricks and face painting. You can refuel on healthy fare at the café, and there’s free internet access for the adults. At weekends, it’s usually full of birthday parties.


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