Wanted – Preston daredevils

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D​are you take on Preston’s newest challenge?

​Level – based in Preston Guild Hall – has now opened its assault course.

Called Daredevil, it challenges visitors to balance, hang, swing and jump ​their way through an obstacle course that is made to test their strength and agility.

Participants tackling the course can challenge themselves against an opponent or try and beat their personal best.

​And if you’ve still got the energy​, there’s also a bouldering ​climbing wall to take on.

The new complex, called Level, is the brainchild of Guild Hall owner Simon Rigby.

His company has transformed the building he bought for just for £1 from Preston Council in 2014.

Level has opened in stages since December and is now ready to welcome visitors to take on its assault course.

Operators describe the assault course as “not for the faint hearted.”

Richard Simkin, head of operations at the Guild Hall, said: “It is especially buzzing this week with it being half term.

“We are seeing excellent sales and superb customer feedback.”

Consisting of two obstacle courses, Daredevil’s first course is designed for ages six and over and the second for 12 and above.

Obstacles include Carriage Wheels, Jungle Swings, Rolling Sliders and Tilting Logs.

But remember – each member of your party will need to sign a waiver prior to entering the courses.

Level’s three indoor levels are filled with different fun activities for every age.