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Sunday is Water Slide Day! Important information...

Sunday is Water Slide Day in Lymington!

Oakhaven's giant slide will descend the High Street. Important things to note for sliders and spectators.

 

oakhaven water slideExcitement will be sliding into Lymington this Sunday, 10th July 2016, when a Giant Waterslide will descend the High Street! Please be aware that the High Street will be closed for the day to vehicles and it will therefore be important to find alternative driving routes across town.

Registration

- This will be at Lymington Community Centre

- The event is sold out, so you can only slide if you have prebooked

 

Water Sliders be prepared...

- You can only slide if you have your ticket and wristband

- Arrive at the top of the slide at the time on your ticket and queue in the appropriate colour lane

- Please wear comfortable clothes and avoid anything with buckles, belts or zips

- Changing rooms will be available

- Fun outfits and fancy dress are fully encouraged!

- Be prepared to get very wet!

- Enjoy the ride!

 

Oakhaven Waterslide 2016Spectators are welcome!

Travelling all the way from Costa Coffee at the junction of New Street to the bottom of the hill and a buffer zone on Gosport Street, the giant inflatable waterslide is an exciting new fundraising initiative by Oakhaven Hospice. The idea was apparently inspired by the Bristol water slide, which was put on a city centre street in 2014. 

 

The slide opens at 9.45am when sponsors Fred Olsen have a team of 10 going down first!

 

The event promises to be a great sight - Lymington High Street as you’ve never seen it before! There will be a raffle being held at Fred Olsen, event sponsors, with fantastic prizes on offer.

 

“This truly exciting and highly unusual fundraising event is going to attract a huge amount of attention” said Mike Denny, Oakhaven Hospice's Head of Fundraising and Communications. “We would like to extend our grateful thanks to Fred Olsen Travel Agents for their kind sponsorship of the event.

“We have worked very closely with our local councils on this, who were understandably keen to know in detail about our plans for marshalling, health and safety and environmentally of course," added Mike. "They have all been very supportive in all respects including our application for a road closure for the day. I think suffice to say Lymington is very excited about this."

 





 

 

 

 



 

 

 

 

 

 

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