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Whether you are a novice wishing to learn rally-driving skills, or an asbo carrying boy-racer - you'll have a day here that will leave you with a pole a cat couldn't scratch.
All behind-the-wheel tuition takes place in one of our very own rally-spec cars. Vehicles are prepared and maintained by our own workshops to full rally specification. Cars used are rear wheel drive Ford Escort RS2000's, unrestricted in speed, revs and gears. To ensure maximum excitement and learning.
After meeting the instructor for sign in, some free coffee and biscuits, you will undertake 20 minute safety and informational briefing session. After that you'll move to the specially designed forest type gravel rally stage for the thrills of a lifetime.
The instructor will demonstrates power slides, handbrake turns throttle pulsing control techniques. Then you try to copy him.
The session lasts for half a day
A full day session is also available. Please ask for details.
If you have ever wanted to pelt your mates with balls, leaving them bruised, sticky and exhausted, then this is the stag activity for you. Paintball: like war, only funner.
This wonderful site offers a wide range of games, combining strategy with the white-knuckle thrills of combat. From a Tank Battle to the Alamo, a Speedball battle to a hostage rescue, a Butch and Sundance last stand to a sermon in The Church of the Living Dead, these inventive scenarios are the epitome of excitement. As for the big man himself, the aptly named 'Stag Hunt' is sure to prep him for the trials and tribulations of married life. Ouch.
Games subject to availability and change on a regular basis.
- All safety equipment
- 100 paintballs (additional balls around £7 / 100)
Half Day session 9.15am arrival and finish at approx 1pm
Half Day session 12.15am arrival for a 1.15pm start and finish at approx 4pm
Full Days still 9.15 arrival and finish at approx 4pm – includes light lunch
- Light lunch can be arranged in advance for an additional charge. Please ask for details.
It's very hard to beat a good day at the races and if you win, it's even better.
The atmosphere at a race track is always amazing whether you're dressed in your Sunday best in the members' enclosure sipping bubbly or staying casual and snacking on hotdogs all day.
Those that think they know a thing or two can study the form and chew their pencils whilst the others can pick on the funniest name or the best coloured silks. Horse racing covers all the bases and has something for everyone.
- Ticket entry to the races
Get high in the forest with a thrilling high ropes session. Set deep in the forest, this is a brilliant setting for you to face your fears and swing through the trees like Tarzan.
After being kitted out in all of the essential equipment and a full safety briefing from the instructors, it'll be time to head for the trees. You'll tackle a course of over 30 hanging rope bridges, scramble nets and zip slides which are up to 30ft off the forest floor. You can also have a go on one of the few tree zip lines in the country.
If you are a bit nervous about heights our advice is simple; clear your mind and focus on what is in front of you. Whatever you do don't think about slipping over and you falling head first to your death*.
- Briefing and guidance from qualified instructors
- All safety equipment
*This won't happen as you'll be attached by a safety harness at all times so at worst you'll swing in the air for a few seconds before being pulled to safety.
If you’re looking for an activity to make the weekend memorable, or something to bring together a group of stags who don’t all know each other , then cocktail making, or mixology as it’s called, is the perfect solution.
Experienced, professional and friendly mixologists will take you step by step through the history of cocktails and then show you how to make three of the classics, before handing you the bottles and letting your imagination and creativity run wild.
As you experiment under expert guidance as to what works and what doesn’t, you’ll start to appreciate a whole new art form and most excitingly develop skills which you can then hone with friends and family in the years to come.
Each group will have one or more cocktail ambassadors who will brief you on the day's activities before giving a short introductory talk on the history of the cocktail and the origin of the word. You get to toast the host with some flavoured vodka shots too!
The ambassador will then make an introduction shot for the group where he/she will explain what all of the bar tools are used for. If you don't know the difference between a Hawthorn strainer and a Boston shaker, you'll find out.
Everyone then makes a classic cocktail behind the bar, and in turn, gets a second trip to the other side of the taps to make a classic cocktail of their choice from the menu - Woo Woos, Cosmos, even Bond Martinis!
The event will end with a mini quiz with two free cocktail vouchers each on offer for the winning team. To soak up some of the alcohol, your group will also have a couple of food platters to munch on, with a wide variety of finger food.
- Cocktail ambassadors
- Welcome flavoured vodka shot
- History of the cocktail
- Bar tools and skills
- Balancing taste
- Demo cocktails and tasting
- All guests shake up cocktails behind the bar including competition/games (each guest gets a minimum of 2 cocktails to make/drink) A further 4 or 5 demo cocktails are passed around the group too.
- Special Platter or Mezze Platter - one platter per three people.
- Farewell 'Vodka Train' for the group.
1-2 hours. This may vary depending on the size of your group.
- With over 10 private party areas to choose from we can cater for all of your needs and are happy to create bespoke party packages for you!
- For an additional charge a two or three course meal can be arranged.
- Due to festive menus, there will be changes to this product from 18/11/2013-31/12/2013 (please ask your account manager for details)
Sweat out the hangover & relive the glory days on these purpose built Astroturf pitches. Split the boys into to teams for a winner takes all tournament or just knock it about in friendly showboat session, how the days runs is up to you.
- Pitch hire, use of facilities.
- Drinks & snack food available on site
- 2 hours playing time.
What to Bring:
- Runners or Astro Boots and a ball
- Coloured shirts (for making teams)
- Towel for the showers.
Overview:Here is a sport that involves ruthless precision, firearms and stuff that explodes – what’s not to love? Clay pigeon shooting is a bona fide Stag weekend classic that will get the lads fired up with some friendly competition and trash talking. So get your itchy trigger fingers ready and get firing!
The Format:Your stag party will assemble at this superb site for the standard health & safety talk before laying hands on the rifles. Instructors will be on-hand to give everyone a lesson in the basics before everyone gets firing in a practice round. After a short break your group will progress on to a fully fledged competition that will have you firing at clays launched from a variety of different traps.
Included:- 40 clays and cartridges per person - Tea & coffee - Professional instruction
Duration:- Approximately 3 hours, depending on group size.
Notes:- A pub serving food is located 1 mile from the site. Food can be pre-arranged to eat on-site as well.
Overview: The instructors take pride in introducing novices to this exciting sport, with the aim of making you a top marksman by the end of the session (well, able to hit the thing anyway). The session will involves using several different types of trap (this affects the path, speed and direction of way the clay flies to simulate the movement of different types of animal; from a duck dropping onto a pond, to bounding rabbits and cross flying pigeons). A scoring system is incorporated into the event, to build up the element of competition and provoke after match banter. Includes: Price includes 30 targets each. (15 practice & 15 competitive)
Duration: Allow approximately 2 hours
Ever fancied getting your hands on a shotgun, setting your sights down the shiny double-barrel and scratching that itchy trigger finger of yours? Yes? We thought so! What better way to satisfy the urge than blasting a clay pigeon to smithereens, catching a victorious waft of the smoking barrels and reloading to unleash more destruction on yet another unsuspecting ceramic projectile.
Experienced instructors will demonstrate to your group how to use a shotgun safely and accurately. The clay pigeon traps are positioned to accommodate all levels of experience and simulate a variety of specific games.
This is a great opportunity to enjoy the country air and smoke a few clays, by the end of the session hopefully you should be nailing the clays more often than not...you'll have a blast!
- 30 clays
- All safety equipment
- Coffee and tea
Overview:You never know when you might get stranded in dense woodland with only a handful of items to keep you alive (perhaps you'll wake up in a bush the morning after your big night?)so go back to basics and learn to survive under the most adverse conditions. This is a practical survival course held in Northamptonshire woodland designed to teach realistic and useful skills that can be put into practice in a survival situation. Only real men need apply!
Subjects covered for a half day of survival training:- Survival psychology- Explanation of a survival tin and how to maximise its use.- The principals of fire and how get one lit using limited materials.- Water purification methods.- Explanation of a compass and how to use one.- Shelter building.- Use of knots.All of the above skills will be put to the test in a fun, interactive survival competition at the end of the days training. The course is taught by a former Royal Marines Commando John Sullivan who has learnt all the skills needed to survive first hand in jungles, deserts and arctic environments. Having been an expedition leader for several TV programs such as Last Man Standing, Extreme Dreams and Unbreakable he is now keen to pass on his knowledge to those that want to learn about survival. Half Day:- 9.30am-1pm or 1pm-4.30pmWhat should I wear?Comfortable outdoor clothing and suitable footwear. Dress for the weather.
Can lunch be provided?Salcey Forest has a cafeteria which can cater for all. Lunch is an additional cost at £10 per person. Please let us know in advance if there are any dietary requirements such as vegetarian food.
Overview:These spy games are ridiculous fun and will bring out the secret agent in all of you. Out of 6 different activities you can choose 3 of the list below.
Off Road Buggies:Race around this thrilling off-road circuit using these nifty Bocart Buggies. These lightweight vehicles are great fun and ideallysuited when it's wet and muddy. They'll reach speeds of up to 30mph so you can really kick up some dirt.
Sniper Shoot:Using high powered telescopic air rifles you'll be blasting the target from various distances. Full tuition is given by ex-military instructors. A variety of different shooting challenges are set for you to compete against your fellow snipers.
CQB (Close Quarter Battle):Learn how to carry out contact drills and fire and manoeuvre using state-of-the-art airsoft machine guns. Fire at targets whilst you patrol through the area. Great training scenarios and the chance to let loose with some 6mm BB pellets.
Unarmed Combat:When you've run out of ammo then you're left with your hands so you better train on defending yourselves from those unwanted knuckle sandwiches. Under specialist supervision you'll learn some self defence techniques which will include blocks, wrist locks and knife work. Laser Combat:You'll battle it out team against team or last man standing using high-tech laser pulse ranger weapons. There's machine gun fire and grenade launcher when you need to take out a whole group! Awesome fun and accurate up to 100metres you'll get to engage in a full blown shoot-out without getting covered in bruises.
Pistol Draw:Learn how to master the pistol and what to do when under fire. You'll be taught how to draw the pistol at speed from a holsterand then take part in a quick draw competition. You'll then take part in a VIP protection scenario to test your skills.
Duration:- The basic package includes 3 from 6 and will last approx. 3hrs 15mins- Each activity added on will last an additional 50 mins per activity- Time between activity rotation and breaks are included Notes:- Minimum numbers 10- Toilet and changing facilities are available. - Tea, coffee, refreshments and snacks available to purchase from the tuck shop - Please wear suitable clothing for the time of year and we recommend outdoor shoes (walking boots, trainers etc).
OverviewNo stag weekend is complete with out some competative, high-octane action. Set within a stadium, this top-class karting circuit is an arena in which you can battle it out like gladiators on asphalt. FormatYou will undertake a Sprint race, Endurance test or Grand Prix, depending on the weather, finishing time and the size of the group.
Sprint 60 After a short briefing and choosing your racing suit you will take part in a 4 lap qualifying race to determine qualifying positions for the main event. The main event will be a full head-on race with the winner being the first driver to complete 60 laps. Your group will have exclusive use of the track!EnduranceRun as a team event with each driver having to make pit stops to change over drivers. Each driver will get 60 laps of the track.Mini Grand PrixBased on the Formula One format of racing. Drivers will have 60 laps of driving each.Note- Your group will have exclusive track hire- Allow approximately 2 hours for this event, depending on group size.- Please arrive 30 minutes before the race is due to start
OverviewAs you tear around this woodland site, ducking and diving from the paintballs that slice through the air overhead and training your sights on the enemy skulking through the bushes up ahead, you will be thanking us for one of the most exciting days you have ever had!
FormatOn arrival you will be breifed and kitted out for combat. After being ceremoniously handed your trusty weapon you will head out into the game zones and engage in a variety of strategy based scenarios which will have you thirsty for more.Included- All safety equipment-100 paintballs- Half day of games.
Notes- Lunch and refreshments are included in full day packages- Additional paintballs can be purchased on site from £7 per 100. Cheaper ammo is available buy in bulk amounts (500+)
TimesGames run either for a full day or morning / afternoon sessions
Overview:A treasure hunt is excellent fun if you are looking for something entertaining to do during the day which will get all your party involved and working together. We can arrange pre-set treasure hunts through all the UK's major towns, which involve approximately 40 questions, the answers of which are gained as you walk along your route through some of the most scenic and interesting parts of the town. A treasure hunt is a great way of getting to know the city and also find out some interesting information that you would never have guessed unless you had taken part!Format:You will need to appoint one of your member as 'hunt master'. They will decide how to split up the group into teams and will hold the answers to the questions. The routes are circular, so you will always end up at your start point and it is best if you arrange a set finish time when all the teams have to be back at the start point to hand in their answers. It's recommended for the group leader to then take all the group to a nearby bar, where you can read out the answers, mark off the score cards (this is best done by getting teams to swap question papers and score while the hunt master reads out the answers) and then distribute any prizes (or penalties!) the hunt master has set for the occasion.What’s Included:- Personalised pack (please let us know the stag/hen's name)- 5 printed clue sets (suitable for up to 40 people)- Approximately 40 questions per clue set, following a pre-set route.- 1 set of answers for the hunt organiser.Duration:The treasure hunts will take approximately 2 hours to complete and are designed to be undertaken on foot.
Slappa da Base, Man!
This well-known chain of Pizza restaurants pride themselves on their huge menu, freshly prepared pizzas, and fantastic chefs. Now, it's your turn to be the chef - forget cocktail making, and chocolate making - Pizza making is the new kid on the block, and it's great fun.
You'll arrive to a welcome drink, either beer, wine or soft drink, where your tables will be laid out with a large pile of flour. Your chef will take you through a brief introduction where you'll learn some fun facts about the history of pizza, and do a demo - then, you'll get your dough, where you'll have to knead, spread, slap and spin it into a good base.
After that, add your tomato sauce, cheese, and any ingredients you can possibly think of - time to make yourself the pizza you've always wanted, exactly to your tastes.
There'll be a quiz about pizza facts throughout, and beware - wrong answers will be punished by shots!
This really is a great laugh, and sets you up for a great evening ahead.
- Pizza making session
- Welcome shot of Limoncello
- Not available at peak dinner hours (between 5pm-9pm)
- Approx 5 shots total distributed between quiz winners.
79 Wells St
London W1T 3QN
TEL 020 7299 1831