Lifeguards from Blue Lagoon are heading into schools throughout West Wales to provide potentially life-saving advice on how young people can be safe this summer when swimming in the sea, local rivers and along the region’s coast.
Throughout June and July, lifeguards from the Blue Lagoon water park near Narberth are visiting a number of schools in Pembrokeshire, Carmarthenshire and Ceredigion to teach children the importance of staying safe in the holidays with its Get Safe 4 Summer campaign.
Blue Lagoon, Pembrokeshire’s premier waterpark, is bringing back its ever-popular After Dark for the summer holidays.
From Friday 18th July to Saturday 30th August, the three hours of wet’n’wild family fun will be taking place every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, from 6-9pm.
In addition to the Blue Lagoon’s four awesome flumes, extraordinary wave machine and chilled-out lazy river, party-goers can enjoy multicoloured water, poolside fun and games and our resident DJ will be pumping out great tunes all night long.
Blue Lagoon’s crazy entertainers will be on hand throughout the evening with an array of games in and out of the water that will keep the kids amused. Swimmers can also enjoy the south-facing outdoor patio area by reclining on a sunlounger with an ice-cream or relaxing in the bubbling spa pool.
Whatever the weather, After Dark is about having a wild and wacky time. A cracking night out in the school holidays; as the evening goes on the music gets louder, the water is pumped higher and the games get even more bonkers!
With all of the evening’s excitement, you’re sure to work up an appetite. Blue Lagoon’s poolside cafe and bar The Fish Shack will be serving quality fast food and drinks including wraps, paninis, sandwiches and more.
So what are you waiting for? Book your place for one of Pembrokeshire’s best family fun nights out at the Blue Lagoon water park near Narberth.
Tickets are £4.95.