The new Gravity opened at Bluewater last month. Bursting with fitness and fun for all the family it includes the world’s first two-storey obstacle adventure course plus an open bounce arena and an urban climbing wall.
Located in the lower hall of Bluewater’s Plaza (near the cinema) and spanning over 25,000 square feet, Gravity also has moving staircases, rotating floors, spinning punch bags, super slides and a hurricane alley – for those who dare.
Our winning family can also enjoy a spot of shopping at over 300 stores at Bluewater, including Snow Rock, Missguided, Smashbox, Lego and The Entertainer. After shopping, they could then grab a bite at one of Bluewater’s 50 eateries, including favourites such as Côte Brasserie, ASK, TGI Fridays, wagamama and Five Guys.
Dates and times of Gravity session are subject to availability
Prize includes four Gravity open jump tickets and a £50 Bluewater gift card
Closing date: Tuesday, January 30 2018
One entry per person
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