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Family Days Out in Trafford

While we can’t guarantee the weather, we can promise that Trafford is offering a whole host of fun, local activities to keep the kids entertained this summer!

Take a look at our top pick of things to do in and around Trafford this summer with some great ideas for family fun!

Manchester United Museum & Stadium Tour

Old Trafford, Trafford

A real ‘must-do’ for any Manchester United fan. Learn about the history of the club and take a guided tour around the theatre of dreams. A great day out for the whole family – tickets can be purchased online.

Airkix Indoor Skydiving


Indoor skydiving is a great experience whether you are 4 or 104! Practise skydiving free-fall skills, or just bring the kids for a thrilling day out. Visit Airkix Manchester for opening times and ticket prices.

Trafford Centre


The Trafford Centre is Britain’s largest indoor shopping centre, with more than 200 shops. The centre also accommodates leisure facilities including a 20-screen cinema, laser quest, miniature golf, and an 18-lane bowling alley to keep the kids entertained for hours! The centre boasts Europe’s largest food court, a huge selection of restaurants and is also home to a Sealife Centre and Legoland Discovery Centre.

Chill Factore

Trafford Park

Chill Factore is home to the longest indoor ski slope in the UK. Families can practise skiing, snowboarding, snow tubing or just have fun in the snow all year round. No matter what your age or ability, Chill Factore has a lesson for you.

Flixton Urmston Davyhulme Carnival

06 September 2014

Flixton, Urmston & Davyhulme

The annual carnival kicks off this year from the Church Inn on Church Road, Flixton at 12:30 pm. The parade goes through Flixton, Urmston and Davyhulme and arrives at Woodsend Playing Fields where you can find a funfair, performers and a whole host of carnival stalls. The carnival raises money for chosen local charities, so make sure you get involved!


09 August 2014

Urmston Social Club

Billyfest is a full day charity event, set up in memory of Billy Molden who sadly lost his life to cancer, aged just 14. The festival will pay tribute to Billy whilst raising money for UK charity DreamFlight. You can expect bands and music acts, a bouncy castle, BBQ’s, face painting and much more. Wristbands cost £5 and are available from Urmston Social Club (under 3’s go free).

Family Fun Day

07 September 2014

Broadway Park, Urmston

Friends of Broadway Park are holding a Family Fun Day on Sunday 7th September. Everyone is welcome to come along and it’s completely free!


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