Give the gift of adventure this Easter with a High Rise gift voucher

If you are looking for an alternative Easter gift this year, instead of unhealthy, expensive chocolate Easter eggs, why not give the gift of adventure with a voucher for High Rise Lisburn.

High Rise vouchers are the perfect gift for everyone – whether it’s tiny tots with too many toys, bored teenagers, or adrenalin-loving adults, there’s something for all ages at High Rise Lisburn.

Vouchers for High Rise Lisburn are available from £10 upwards can be used across the centre – towards Clip ‘n Climb or soft play, as well as in the High Rise café to fuel up after your activity. If you have friends or family members with additional needs, or young babies, a gift voucher to book a session in our interactive and therapeutic sensory rooms will be perfect. High Rise gift vouchers can be purchased online or at reception and can be emailed directly to the recipient if required (if you won’t see your loved ones over the holidays to deliver an Easter gift!).

Best of all? As a Social Enterprise, 100% of the profits from your gift voucher purchase will go towards supporting the work of our charity, Employers For Childcare, which helps parents to get into and stay in work by ensuring they are claiming all the financial support they are entitled to. Last year, our charity identified £1 million per month in financial support for families.

Speaking with just a week to go until Easter weekend, Employers For Childcare Chief Executive Marie Marin commented “This Easter, we’d encourage everyone to ‘buy social’ where they can – whether it’s buying gift vouchers – or organising a fun day out with family and friends. With many families still struggling with the cost of living crisis, the services our charity provides are needed now more than ever. Last year we helped 11,000 people directly and identified an average of over £5,600 in financial support for families we did a ‘better off’ calculation for. Every single visit to, or purchase from, High Rise helps us to continue this vital work, and we thank all our guests for their valued support so far in 2024.”