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Top Rainy Day Half Term Activities

October half term is nearly here…how will you be entertaining the children while they are off school? Of course at this time of year it’s always best to be prepared with indoor activities which will keep the kids occupied whatever the weather. From fun days out to crafty days at home, read on for some half term inspiration which will keep the ...
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Teambuilding Exercises to Please all Types of Employee

Planning an effective teambuilding event can be rather stressful. The aim of the exercise is to help people bond and treat your staff to a fun day out, but pick the wrong activity and it can become too competitive or worse – bore the socks off everyone. Corporate teambuilding should be fun, unique and memorable, but of course everybody is different ...
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Easy ways to Stay Active this Autumn and Winter

As the evenings get darker and the weather gets colder, it’s tempting to stay inside in front of the TV every night. Yet too much time on the sofa is bad for you and the kids, so as the temperature drops be sure to make an effort to keep the whole family active. You might not be able to go for long walks or bike rides in the rain, but there are ...
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Back to School: Activities for All Ages

It’s that time of year again – the start of a brand new academic year, and youngsters are heading back to school, college or university. Adjusting to the daily routine of classes can be difficult for both children and their parents, so it’s important to focus on wellbeing and family time. Once all of the new uniforms and school essentials are ...
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4 Rainy Day Family Activities that Involve Leaving the House

So the summer holidays this year haven’t exactly been the beautiful sunny days we imagined. The British weather certainly keeps us on our toes, especially if you’re a parent trying to keep the kids happy while they are off school. All those days in the park and trips to the zoo or outdoor adventures you had planned were probably postponed without ...
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The Ultimate Guide to the Summer Holidays 2017

Planning the long summer holidays with the kids can be quite the test – how is it possible to keep them entertained for six whole weeks?! Most parents are fine for the first fortnight but there’s only so many play dates and films to watch at the cinema, right? Fear not – we’ve got you covered with our ultimate guide to the school holidays including ...
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4 Reasons Rush is the Place to be this Summer!

The school holidays are finally here, which means six long weeks of no school and having fun every single day. Whether you’re 3 or 13, there are so many reasons why Rush UK is the ultimate summer hangout. Whatever the unpredictable British weather is up to, Rush has a world of activities to explore come rain or shine. Check out our top four reasons ...
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Rush High Wycombe Summer Passes

We're excited to announce that our brand new Summer Passes will be on sale from Monday 17th July 2017!  Get 5x jumps for just £39.95 or our SUMMER BOUNCING MEMBERSHIP for £59.95! Visit Rush High Wycombe 5 times throughout the summer holidays with our brand new 5 Alive Open Jump Pass for a one-off payment of £39.95  or visit us as many ...
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Reasons the Whole Family Will Love Rush UK this Summer

We’re in the midst of a heatwave which has officially kick-started the British summer. Now that the summer holidays are finally in sight, it’s time for parents to start planning family activities and getaways which put smiles on faces whatever the weather. On sweltering days sometimes it’s best to keep the kids indoors, but they soon get bored at ...
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Why Trampoline Parks are Perfect for all Ages

For some reason there is a misconception about trampoline parks – that only children and teenagers can enjoy them. Here at Rush we’re constantly trying to crush this myth! Bouncing is a great workout and it’s fun for all ages, from toddlers to seniors. Once you get on the trampoline you’ll understand, but if you still need some persuading, we’ve ...
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