What's on at Breeze on Tour

Breeze on Tour is split into 6 different zones:

Art

The art zone will be filled with its usual arts, craft and multimedia workshops including: Come and join us in the play area for more messy fun, and games.
 
Create owls with paper, cutting and designing, or pop-up cards with characters from famous stories, using your imagination to bring a 2D card into a 3D one. Experiment with different art materials to create magical effects! Draw, carve, design and make your own lino-printed cards to take home. Get creative and make your own games.
 
Build dens with children and adults - sticks, releasable ties, sheets and camouflage - shelter from the sun with your family and friends. We’ll have everything you need to make the perfect shelter.
 
How about bush craft skills, knots and map reading?
 

Challenge

The challenge zone is an old favourite and featuring our fabulous inflatables:
 
Obstacle course
Hanger 51 - lazer game
Rock-climber
Pillow wars
Demolition ball
Gladiator
Sumo
Battlestorm  
 

Info

All types of things you might need to know including appearances from all your local services and organisations! More information to follow.
 

Sport

Our sport section will feature the usual:

5-a-side arena
Mini 5-a-side 
Keeper save
Speed shot
Target shot
Coaching in a variety of sports 

Performance

The Performance Zone will be hosting our very own Breeze has Talent competitions, so come on down to watch as our young performers battle it out in the heats each Wednesday & Thursday for a spot in the Breeze has Talent Finals.
 
If you would like to perform for us at the Performance Zone we want to hear from you - there's still plenty of time to get in touch and book your slot on the stage in 2015 - just contact us at OSA.Team@leeds.gov.uk.
 

Play

Check out the Play area activities will include:
 
Arts and crafts activities for under 5s
Soft play
Carnival game
Playhouse - ball pool and bouncer 
Slide and Bounce
Basket Bounce
Twister
 

Height Restrictions

We have height restrictions on some of our activities for safety reasons, these are to keep your children and other children safe. Our inflatable equipment comes with guidelines within which we can be flexible to some degree by matching the heights, not ages, of those going on the equipment. We have large, prominent height boards on entry and dotted around the site, explaining the heights and zones (being modelled by George on the right, thank you George) to inform families of the zones and to ensure they do not waste time queuing for inflatables catering for a different height.
 
At busy times there will be always be some queues and we try to manage these as well as we can, including introducing other activities and sporting activities with parents.
 
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