Hospitality Sheffield Bouncing to Success at Magna Mayhem

26th March 2018

This Easter Yorkshire's largest indoor inflatable adventure zone, Magna Mayhem, will welcome Hospitality Sheffield and their families for an exclusive event on Saturday 7 April.

'Magna Mayhem', a purpose-built indoor world of adventure for children under 11 years old, will return to the popular South Yorkshire visitor attraction from Thursday 5 to Sunday 8 April. Children can explore and bounce on a range of specially created inflatables including a Jump 'n' Slide, helter skelter, mountain climb, candy twist disco dome, bootcamp challenge, last kid standing, and an ocean playzone suitable for children under three. The private session will bring together all the key partners in Hospitality Sheffield to enjoy a fun day out with colleagues and their families. The group, which aims to promote the city as a tourist and business destination of choice, is a varied and dynamic group of hotels and venues with over 20 members. Employing over 1000 people, the association is dedicated to recognising and growing talent within the hospitality industry. Whether visiting Sheffield for business or leisure, Hospitality Sheffield properties boast over 2100 bedrooms, making them a one-stop-shop for overnight stays in the Steel City. Becky Gill, Magna Sales Manager, said -We are delighted to welcome our colleagues from the Hospitality Sheffield network to Magna Mayhem, and give them and their children a fabulous fun time this Easter holidays. Many of them know us for our extensive conference and events space, so it will be great to show them some of the other exciting and unique attractions on offer at Magna. Steve Whittaker, Chairman of Hospitality Sheffield, said -This is a fantastic opportunity for the members and we're very fortunate to have such a great attraction on our doorstep. We're really looking forward to meeting with colleagues and neighbouring hotels and venues to enjoy a brilliant day out with our families. Thanks to all at Magna for organising a day of Magna Mayhem for us!

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