Opening Times: Closed Mondays, various times Tuesday-Sunday, depending on the activity and the month
Average Price: 1 hour session £20, wetsuit hire £5, grip socks £2
They offer wakeboarding at all levels so you can go there if you’re a complete beginner or a seasoned pro.
They have a beginner’s cable, a slow cable and a main cable so you can work your way through the levels - and you can start from as young as eight-years-old.
As well as wakeboarding, they also have a popular aqua park which features two Jungle Joes, two Blast Bags, a huge trampoline, a Jungle Jim, a Zulu Slide, two Foxtrots, two Sierras, a Walking on Water walkway, a Cyclone (hamster wheel) and the Kaos.
This is for anyone who is age six and over and can be booked for parties or groups of friends.
There is also a beach, paddling area and new cafe.
Quote of the week
"No matter how 'busy' a person is, if they care they will always find time for you."
Chelmsford Summer Beer & Cider Festival 2019
Tuesday 2nd to Saturday 6th July 2019
Admirals Park, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, CM1 2PL
The festival is one of the oldest CAMRA beer festivals and one of the largest in the country.
Events in Witham - The Secret Garden
Chapterhouse Theatre Company's stage adaptation of the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett follows young Mary Lennox on her journey of self-discovery to her uncle's house deep in the Yorkshire countryside, where unexpected friends and magical creatures help her to unlock the mystery of the secret garden.
Wed 21 Aug
£17.60 (Family £49.22) / 01376 584903
Things in your home that you should be cleaning!
How many times a day do you touch your remote controls? And how many times can you honestly say you’ve cleaned yours? More than likely it's near enough zero. A study conducted by the University of Virginia, found that half the remote controls tested contained cold viruses. To get rid of these germs once and for all, you can grab an disinfectant wipe and apply a quick scrub at least once a month.
Did you know...
1. Britain’s first ever public audio broadcast was made from Chelmsford on June 15, 1920. The broadcast featured the singing of Australian opera diva, Dame Nellie Melba. It was said to have been received as far away as Newfoundland
2. Chelmsford is the birthplace of radio after Marconi opened the world’s first wireless factory in the town in 1899.
3. Chelmsford, Massachusetts was founded by emigrants from Chelmsford in 1653.