Visitors reach new heights at The Brewery in Cheltenham
YOUNG and active visitors reached new heights this week at The Brewery in Cheltenham.
Youngsters got the chance to have a go and conquer a seven metre climbing tower.
The popular attraction was brought to the leisure complex from the Warehouse Climbing Centre in Gloucester.
The apparatus, which has proved a popular hit on previous dates this summer, was open between noon and 4pm.
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It is one of a range of activities the complex has put on for children during the summer holidays.
Its final event of the summer will be this coming Thursday, also from noon until 4pm, when a community safety day will be taking place.
Police officers, firefighters and paramedics will be showing children and adults what they get up to.
One of the highlights will be visitors getting to meet Barney, the drug squad dog.
Other events throughout the summer holidays have included monster making workshops and fancy dress parties.
The complex turned into a play farm for an afternoon, and a mini fun fair also saw visitors flock to Henrietta Street.
Singers, magicians, comedians and dancers got to show off their talents during one of the most popular events in the holidays, a talent show.
Both auditions and a final performance took place in front of crowds.