One of Scotland’s largest indoor shopping centres with over 160 retailers and various restaurants, The Centre, Livingston, which attracts over 16m visitors a year, puts the finishing touches to its Christmas decorations with the help of ‘Freya the Fairy’ – who was suspended from the roof!
Freya had the perfect opportunity to sprinkle some festive magic to the mall’s stunning Christmas tree, which is also Santa’s Grotto, whilst positioned 13m above the ground on one of Aerial Adventures HiRide obstacles.
HiRide features a 15m zipline followed by 15 illuminated and challenging obstacles, including a rolling log swinging bridge and cargo net, which gave Freya the perfect platform to add even more sparkle to the tree.
Patrick Robbertze, Centre Director at The Centre, Livingston said: “It was great to have Freya the Fairy in the mall to help us put the finishing touches to our Christmas decorations and add a special touch of festive magic to our Christmas tree, whilst suspended from Aerial Adventures cargo net.
“HiRide is perfect for shoppers who want to try out some exciting activities whilst in the mall in the run up to Christmas – making for a fun-filled day out for all the family.”
Aerial Adventures also has a 13m high climbing activity, HiClimb, with various obstacles including rope ladders and hanging discs, a free-falling activity, HiFall, which lifts participants into the air before descending to the ground, a kids soft play and an 80-seater café.
For more information on The Centre, check out www.thecentrelivingston.com
The Centre Livingston