Introducing… Max Card!

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We are excited to announce that we are giving out FREE Max Cards to family carers!

Max Card gives you free or discounted entry to literally hundreds of fantastic family friendly attractions across the Midlands and beyond! If you’re living in the West Midlands, are a family carer, and Forward Carers member, it is FREE for you to get hold of your own Max Card. Max Cards are suitable for all carers in a family, as long as that includes children aged between 0 and 19!

“We believe in creating memories. With the help of supporting local authorities and venues, we aim to bring families closer together through fun and enjoyable days out.”

-Natasha Lee Johnson, Max Card Project Manager

 

Just so you can get a taste of what’s on offer, here’s just a tiny handful of the attractions that you can gain free or discounted entry to with your Max Card in the West Midlands:family

  • National Sea Life Centre
  • Go Ape!
  • Alton Towers Resort
  • Eastnor Castle
  • Ace Karting Plus
  • Sarehole Mill
  • Long Mountain Pony Trekking
  • Anne Hathaway’s Cottage
  • Nationwide Paintball
  • Drayton Manor
  • Telford Steam Railway
  • Jump Nation Birmingham

If you’d like to see more, you can view all of attractions that are currently offering free or discounted entry to all Max Card holders. Don’t forget that Max Card is not just limited to the West Midlands area either, there are 1100 attractions that you can access across the nation, and the numbers are growing!

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We are releasing Max Cards for all family carers for the first time this summer, at our Carers event on 10th June in Symphony Hall, Birmingham. Come along and join us, sign up and get yours on the day!

To find out more and register for the event now.

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