Reward your team with a fun filled day out the office! The multi activity day combines the best of motorised, shooting and team building activities that will ensure guests have a great day, offering a little something for everyone.
This event takes place at a purpose-built activity centre set in 250 acres of countryside just 15mins from Bristol's City Centre and conveniently located with easy access to the M4/M5/M32.
Your group will be divided into teams and rotate around a selection of activities. Simply choose 3 activities for a half day or 5/6 for a full day event.
Please choose from the following driving experiences:
Your guests will have the opportunity of driving these exhilarating vehicles, with speeds of up to 60mph, the team relay is quite spectacular and lots of fun!
Navigate 125CC quad bikes around a tricky course with roundabouts, bumps and gates. Earn points by impressing instructors with your handling of the vehicles during a timed team relay race.
A hilarious activity that involves the whole team! This will test your driving skills and ability to listen and communicate at the same time - try it with musical instruments for something really different!
Please choose from the following shooting experiences:
An all time favourite, under the supervision of experienced instructors, it will be hard to miss on one of the many shooting targets.
This sport requires skill and concentration. It provides an opportunity to step back in time with its historical roots and incorporates the need for concentration, patience and eye/hand co-ordination.
Air rifle shooting
Use a selection of air weapons to shoot at a range of targets. Points are awarded for each hit, with the best shooter achieving the highest score for the team.
Team Building Activities:
Please choose from the following team building experiences:
Teams are faced with a restricted area that contains a virus. The aim is to manoeuvre the virus into a safe area. This is a multi task challenge, it requires forward thinking and planning and it enhances co-operation and communication between team members.
In the centre of a restricted area are four coloured balls. The team must relocate each ball on its respective coloured stand, using only four planks. This task will require the team to use logical thinking, strong communication and forward thinking.
The team will be required to raise the flagpole to a vertical position and then hoist the flag. This multi task challenge concentrates on teamwork, planning and resource management.
This task tests the effective use of communication and trust amongst the team members. The team need to work together to create a language using musical instruments, so the skill of listening is vital. This language is then used to guide the team through the Minefield.
Hidden in the trees is a giant web. The whole team has to pass through without alerting the spider. This task involves teamwork and planning and promotes the need for trust and reliance.
Eggs in Space
Using the equipment provided, the teams have to construct a launcher and fire a missile across a gorge. The teams need focus and vision to perform the task successfully. This task incorporates an element of fun and competition into the event.
Please choose from the following high rope experiences:
High All Aboard
Four members of the team will climb up a central pole; 14 metres high and then climb onto a small platform. Once all four members are ‘all aboard', the team will hold hands and gradually lean back together - until all members are leaning fully over the platform.
A great group activity - team members are faced with a giant ladder with large round beams for the rungs - stretching high into the trees. Working together - all four members will climb up each rung to get to the top! The higher you go, the further the beams are apart - the team set their own objectives of how high they want to climb.
This exercise offers delegates the opportunity to set their own level of achievement, with three vertical beams running at different heights. You have the chance to practise on the lower beam and then decide how high you want to climb. For those that are more adventurous - let our instructors give you some different alternatives of getting down!
The aim of this exercise is to build a stack out of giant crates, and to build it as high as you can. The higher the stack the more likely it will topple over, if the crate stack falls so does the team! A fun and participative activity that will involve four team members to climb the stack, each time the team add a crate - the tower will get higher.
Leap of Faith:
Individually or in pair's participants will climb a central pole, reaching 14 metres high, once at the top of the pole - they need to position themselves onto a small platform. On the count of three - the team will shout ‘jump' and the participant/s will jump off the platform to catch the trapeze - dangling a few feet in front of them.
Use of the Activity Centre's Facilities
Lunch is available (at an additional cost)
Available as a half or full day option