Visitors to West Bridgford will be able to play mini-golf for free at an event in the city this week.
Visitors can expect to see caddy shack costumed hosts disguised as comedic golfers in the downtown area from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, September 4, and then again on Sunday.
There will also be music to help golfers get up to speed ahead of the Rushcliffe Borough Council event.
People are encouraged to bring their own picnics or to try a bite to eat at the restaurants near the Lawn of Central Avenue.
No ticket or pre-reservation is required to play on the courses.
Councilor Andy Edyvean, Deputy Head of Rushcliffe Borough Council and holder of the Business and Growth portfolio, said: “It may be the end of the holiday season, but we still continue to welcome people in one of our main streets with fun activities and events, including these fun mini-golf sessions suitable for the whole family.
“Open air theater, circus techniques, air shows and the sights and sounds of the seaside have been warmly received in West Bridgford in recent days. So we’re excited that another fun feature is in place to attract people to one of our bustling city centers.
“Come try it out and enjoy a fun part about the features with your friends and family.”
This family mini-golf weekend takes place thanks to the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
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