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Armley Road: NHS staff can experience escape room for free

An escape room attraction in Armley Road is offering NHS workers free games to mark its reopening.

Escape Reality has seven themed rooms including Alcatraz, Down the Rabbit Hole, Iron Kingdom and Jungala.

Now to thank people working in the NHS, Escape Reality is offering three days next month (5th, 6th, 7th) where they can play for free.

Samir Patel from Escape Reality Leeds said:

“We want to thank all those working in the NHS and this is the least we can do to recognise their dedication to helping people not only during this pandemic but also at other times of need.

“We’ve made some changes to the attraction to protect our staff and to ensure the games can still be experienced in an enjoyable and safe way.

“We’re looking forward to welcoming our NHS heroes and their families and all we ask is that they book 24 hours in advance and bring their ID on the day, which must be one of the dates advertised.”

To qualify, NHS workers should send a message to the Escape Reality Leeds Facebook page with their ID or NHS email address. A unique code will then be sent to be used to book online.

For the code please message on Facebook @escaperealityleeds.


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