YOUNGSTERS have been enjoying a new climbing centre.
High Places, at The Triangle Leisure Centre in Burgess Hill, is designed for anyone aged four and above.
There are 16 different routes to tackle, each offering a different challenge.
It has been built thanks to a £2 million investment in the centre by Places for People Leisure management company and Mid Sussex District Council.
Neil Williams, for Places for People Leisure, said: “There is no need for a partner, absolutely no experience necessary and it is open for all ages, something the whole family can try.”
Tom Carter, general manager of The Triangle, said: “This fantastic all weather facility will be open all year and complements all of the other activities we have to offer including the leisure pool, soft play, our new high spec gym the new Costa, plus much more.
“We hope we can continue to attract and inspire customers of all ages to use the centre and have fun whilst keeping active and healthy.
“High Places will open its doors to the public on Saturday, November 11. So bring out the adventurer in you!”
Visit our website for more information www.thetriangleleisurecentre.org
Source: The Argus