Derbyshire is full of places to visit and interesting things to do for energetic young people who want to have fun while letting off steam.
Here are ten activities that young people can do that will cost mom or dad less than ten dollars per child.
Want to have a chance to beat your mom or dad in a fun game? Try your luck at the bowling alley in Storforth Lane, Hasland, where young people 15 and under can play a game for £ 6.95 while over 15s and adults are charged £ 8.95. Go to www.chesterfieldbowl.com
Feed meerkats, meet wallabies, and handle small animals at set times throughout the day. You can have fun on a go-kart track or pretend to be Tarzan on a jungle-themed climbing structure with slides and scrambling nets. Toddlers can play on a wooden pirate ship and in an outdoor sandbox or in a soft underwater-themed playground indoors. Weekday tickets for 4-14 year olds are £ 8.95, toddlers 2-3 years are £ 6.95 and adults are £ 9.95; weekends and school holidays cost £ 9.95. £ 7.95 and £ 10.95 respectively. Go to www.matlockfarmpark.co.uk
Whizz-kids can dance until the storm on their skates at a roller disco at the home of Chesterfield Football Club. The discos take place every Tuesday from July 13 to August 30, 2021. The one-hour discos for 8 to 13 year olds start at 6 pm while those for 13 to 17 year olds start at 7 pm. Skate rental is £ 2.50. Go to www.officialsoccerschools.co.uk/chesterfield
Would you like to cuddle stuffed animals, discover reptiles, meet a skunk or dwarf goats? Willow Tree Farm is the perfect place to learn how to care for all creatures large and small. Free entry for children under two, £ 7.95 for children and adults. Go to www.willowtree-farm.co.uk