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Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre
Eldon Bowl at Eldon Leisure Centre

The leisure centre at Eldon Square was always a bit of a mystery to me, up on floors all of its own, I'd never ventured up there! However recently Eldon Leisure Centre has had a massive reburb, as part of a £3 million development project, me and my boyfriend were kindly invited along to try out the new tenpin bowling centre. Featured there now alongside the gym etc are a Vertigo climbing wall, Jungle Jack's Adventure soft play, 2 new cafes and the place we visited, and like I mentioned, the new 8 lane tenpin bowling centre. 

The centre features a brand new restaurant, which we didn't get a chance to try as well as a fully licensed bar. The bowling features different ticket prices, with discounts for groups, students and juniors as well as a party package. 

When we arrived we had the whole place to ourselves, I reckon during the week at night this place is a bit of a hidden gem! Although I imagine it can get quite busy at the weekend, however it's open 7 days a week! 

We were both really impressed with the new facilities, the decor was lovely and the whole place was really well laid out. Although I like to think I'm Fred Flintstone and I have twinkle toes when bowling  my boyfriend always manages to beat me! We both really enjoyed the intimacy of the centre and wouldn't hesitate to return!
*We were kindly given a game of bowling free of charge, as always all thoughts are my own!


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