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By GreaterSport | 12 March 2018 | TAGS: tennis, fencing, badminton, netball, basketball, volleyball, Dance, athletics, squash, korfball

GoFest Spring is the perfect active family day out and is being held on Saturday 28 April 2018.

18+ different activities for ALL AGES and ALL ABILITIES to "have a go" at with quality family friendly 45-minute coaching/games sessions in a supportive festival environment.

It's our 3rd Manchester Event and features the likes of England Netball, Manchester Mystics Basketball, The Lawn Tennis Association, Manchester Badminton Academy, Little Superstars Athletics & Volleyball, Ashton Fencing Club, Manchester Hawks Korfball, Eastlands Trust Squash and many dance and fitness session providers too including street dance! ALL ACTIVITIES ARE INCLUDED WITHIN THE TICKET PRICE and most activities can be enjoyed together in family sessions.

Tickets are only £40 for Family (up to 4 people) in March only ( £50 from April 1st). ex-vat & booking fees.

Children (4 - 16 yrs) £10 & Adults £15 only if you buy in March. Under 4's Go Free!

The programme of activties will soon be available on our website:

You will soon be able to pre-book two activities per person before you come AFTER purchasing your tickets. Then book more on the day!

For more information and to book tickets go to

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