Ever felt like you wanted to live life like a hamster? Well Stag and Hen Liverpool have come up with a way for you to try that life out with the latest addition to the Liverpool Hen Weekend activity scene – Wowballs. Why the name I hear you ask well put simply they are balls that help you “Walk on Water” or “WOW” balls. Its a unique and interesting activity and the best part is you don’t get wet and therefore don’t even need to get changed!!
Stag and Hen Liverpool have linked up with the only provider of Wowballs close to Liverpool and can provide you with two Wowballs which are available to hire by the hour.
To give you a flavour of how the activity might work – Two Wowballs hired for an hour are perfect for a group of 8 hens or less as each hen can get ten minutes usage of a Wowball with a five minute changeover in between. Now when we tried them we felt ten minutes was the right time per person as we were shattered at the end of that but if your group is under 8 people and you want to spend more time in the Wowballs each then feel free. For larger groups dependant on availability all you need do is simply hire the wowballs for a couple more hours to make sure everyone gets the proper amount of time in the Wowballs.
As you are walking on water in these giant Wowballs you don’t get wet and therefore don’t as stated previously need to get changed but for hygiene reasons socks must be worn inside the Wowballs. If however you do need changing facilities the centre has changing rooms, toilets and small lockers available for use.
The watersports centre also provides on the “wet side” of the building the ever popular Galley cafe where such things as jacket potatoes, sarnies, chips and burgers are available to purchase whilst still in your wetsuits and on the “dry side” the attractive bistro cafe where a full lunchtime and evening menu is available with such dishes as a steak baguette or gammon and chips. Both have floor to ceiling windows to allow those eating to look out over the lake and those hens who may not want to take part and stand on the jetty to watch.