Bents Home & Garden launches mini golf to add to family leisure offer

Plans for a dinosaur-themed crazy-golf course have been approved at the Cheshire-based garden and home centre.

The new family focused attraction at Bent's Home and Garden in Glazebury is aimed at all ages.

Players will make their way round a nine-hole course surrounded by life-sized animatronic and static
dinosaurs.

Managing director Matthew Bent said: "We’ve always looking for opportunities to enhance the Bents’ experience and increase our appeal as a complete day out. We hope our new attraction will be the perfect place for all members of the family to relax and have fun together."

The attraction officially starts in April. Plans also include a new adventure themed café selling a range of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and Bents’ homebakes.

Prices start at £3.00 per round for under 4-year-olds, £4.00 per round for 4 to 11-year-olds and £4.90 for 12 and over.  The golf replaces a birds of prey centre.


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