NOTTINGHAM POWERTURNS WITH LASER CLAYS OR ARCHERY OR HUMAN TABLE FOOTBALL
Pull off spins you thought could only be done by pikeys in souped-up Novas with a powerturn buggies session and combine that with one of three other fun packed activities.
For a driving experience like no other, strap yourself into a powerturn and prepare for a hilarious ride. The buggies have no steering wheel, are incredibly light and have sensitive throttles so if you're heavy handed you'll find yourself throwing numerous unplanned wheelies.
The two seater buggies are controlled by levers running down the side of the car attached to twin engines which run independently so you have to coordinate controls with your co-driver otherwise you'll end up spinning out of control.
You'll have to guide the powerturn around an obstacle course whilst trying keep the buggy under control and the front wheels on the floor. If you master the controls quickly throw some wheelie and doughnut combos to impress your mates.
- Safety briefing
Choose one of the following three activities:
What better way to enjoy your time in Robin Hood country than by trying your hand at archery. The bow and arrow has declined in popularity as a killing weapon since the invention of the gun, but remains enormous fun.
Under the tutelage of experienced archers you'll be taught all of the finer points of the sport before being let loose on the targets. If you've got a steady hand and a sharp eye and you should be able to nail the target with regularity... hopefully.
Laser Clay Shooting:
If clay pigeon shooting is a bit last century for you then get all 'Star Wars' with a laser clay shooting session.
Using shotguns which have been specially converted to fire low energy laser beams rather than bullets, you'll aim at real clays fitted with sensors and your score will be recorded electronically and displayed on a digital scoreboard. Even if you're a complete technophobe you'll soon get the hang of things with top tips from laser shooting experts.
Human Table Football:
Do you like football? Do you like humans? Do you like tables? If so, a game of human table football will press all the right buttons.
You've played table football in the pub, now imagine an 55ft x 25ft inflatable pitch with you as one of the players! You play in teams of 6, attached to bars with velcro so you can only move sideways: excellent if you're good on the ball but chronically unfit! Your communication and coordination skills will have to be top notch as you can only move side to side in rows, crab style.
Referees are provided and you can make substitutions, so you can employ some squad rotation to keep everybody happy.
- A referee
- All protective equipment (helmet, gloves and overalls)