Social media frenzy over helter-skelter thrills at Trinity Leeds

PIC: Ross Parry

PIC: Ross Parry

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Shoppers at Trinity Leeds will have no excuse for getting bored in town for the next few weeks.

A bright yellow helter-skelter slide allows visitors the chance to plummet to the bottom of the centre in a matter of seconds.

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At over 22ft high, the ride has been installed outside the Everyman Cinema, and will transport shoppers down a level to the space outside M&S.

It is set to stay at the centre until Sunday, April 3.

And hundreds of Yorkshire Evening Post readers have taken to social media to share their excitement about the new attraction in Leeds city centre.

Today we share some of your views from Facebook and Twitter from the hundreds of comments we have received.

Claire Wood: Alison Sarah Campbell why wasn’t this slide available Saturday night? It would have saved us going round the houses in that lift.

Rebecca Goddard: Sarah shall we take the girls and to the free soft play in the Merrion centre?

Emma Butler: This is great however, why is it there for a week when all the children in Leeds are at school?

Lauren King: Chris Adamson I’m moving the Trinity centre to live now.

Duncan Leeds: Returning from Park Row to Duncan Street just got interesting.

Holly Conant: Laura Hall let’s get babysitters and go!!! mwuhhaha

Danielle Myers: I want ten turns.

Sophie Coates: Josh Wales just so you know if ever we’re out and I see one of these, I’ll leave you holding my shoes.

Ronald Harle: Might come down to try it haha

Kate Keane: I can see you on here with all your shopping bags Zoe Watson!

Carol Brook: I must do this!!!!

Suzanne Newbold Ravenhall: How are single parents supposed to corral their kids? They’re either at the top helping them in OR at the bottom to get them.

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