Discover the Area & Local Events

Local Interests

The area boasts some of the best golf courses in the country! 

> Newark Golf Club in Nottingham,10 miles away

> Belton Park 5 miles away

> Stoke Rochford 12 miles away

Local Attractions and Places to Visit including National trust: Details & Information can be obtained at reception or emailed to you at time of booking

  • Country & Manor Houses
  • Stately Homes & Castles
  • Easton walled gardens
  • Downtown Shopping Complex & Boundary Mill on our doorstep
  • Garden centres at Downtown and Belton
  • Bowling, Quad bikes, Go Karting & Laser Tag at Ancaster
  • RAF Air bases and Museums
  • Garden Centres
  • Local Markets

Belton House (National Trust)

  • Visit one of the finest restored houses in the country. Built in the late 17th century for ‘Young’ Sir John Brownlow with gardens that cover 35 acres, together with a magnificent 1,000 acre landscaped park. Featured in the BBC’s TV adaptation of Pride and Prejudice starring Colin Firth.  Excellent National Trust coffee shop.

Belton Garden Centre

  • Belton Garden Centre is built in the former formal walled gardens of Belton House. Belton House was built in the mid 1600s and the walled garden area was established in the 1800s. Unusually the 16ft walls which surround the garden centre are hollow. They were built like this to provide a cavity heating system, to supply warmth to the plants grown on the wall sides. The heating was supplied by boiler houses along the length of the wall. Plants originally grown here, mostly unseen in the United Kingdom, included apricots, peaches and melons, making the owners of Belton House the envy of others for their fine fruit displays. It is reported that during the hey-day of the House over 25 gardeners were employed on the site of Belton Garden Centre.

Grantham House

  • National Trust- Handsome town house, with architectural features from various eras and a riverside walled garden. Castlegate Grantham NG31 6SS

Woolsthorpe Manor

  • National Trust- Home of Issac Newton – Without Isaac Newton this small manor would be just another Lincolnshire farmhouse – but in 1665 the plague sent him back from university to this place where he was born. For 18 months Newton worked in solitude, experimenting obsessively, laying foundations for the science of today. Barn 6 Water Lane, NG33 5PD – 01476 860338

Harlaxton Manor

  • Harlaxton Manor was built in the 1830s for Gregory Gregory, a wealthy Nottinghamshire businessman, to replace the original Elizabethan Manor House in Harlaxton Village. Having travelled throughout England and Europe seeking inspiration, ideas and indeed artefacts for this huge house, Gregory employed Anthony Salvin as architect and Harlaxton Manor must be regarded as Salvin’s masterpiece. Built in Ancaster stone, it is an exuberant merging of Gothic, Jacobethan and Baroque styles creating an unforgettable and dramatic impact. NG31 1AG – 01476 403000

The Workhouse

  • National Trust- Walking up the paupers’ path towards The Workhouse it is easy to imagine how the Victorian poor might have felt as they sought refuge here. This austere building, the most complete workhouse in existence, was built in 1824 as a place of last resort for the destitute. Its architecture was influenced by prison design and its harsh regime became a blueprint for workhouses throughout the country.
  • This rural workhouse was designed to house around 160 inmates. They lived and worked in a strictly segregated environment with virtually no contact between the old and infirm, able-bodied men and women and children. Fiskerton Rd Southwell NG25 0PR – 01636 812886

Newark Museum – National Civil War Centre

  • Discover how the people of Newark survived three sieges by dodging cannon fire, hammering flat family silver to make coins, only for plague to ravage the town. Put yourself on the front line, feel the weight of armour and weapons and aim to destroy the Governor’s House as a Parliamentarian gunner. 14 Applegate NG24 1JY – 01636 655765

Brownhills Motorhomes UK

  • 5 acre site includes a 30,000 square feet showroom displaying 60 motorhomes, a 25 bay workshop operating 6am – 6pm 7 days a week, a Parts Department, Accessory Shop and Bistro. Newark NG24 2EA – UK’s largest Motorhome dealer

Downtown Garden Centre and Superstore Including Boundary Mill Outlet which is well worth a look and only 5 miles away.

Country Walks:

  • Information available to email – The villages of Marston and Hougham are surrounded by agricultural land and have the River Witham running through them. The villages offer three wonderful circular walks of 2.5 miles, 5 miles and 7 miles, to cater for all abilities, starting from the Marston Village Hall car park and using the country’s bridal-ways. You could also try the Foston Walks, our next village again 3 lovely walks, ‘Fossil Trail Walk’- ‘The Two Bridges Walk’ and ‘The Foston Circuit Walk’ For further information visit – walks-lincolnshire

Birth place of Margaret Thatcher. Visit the Angel & Royal Hotel (Great Food) is one of the oldest Inns in England. Some say that The Old Angel has more historical interest than many of our stately homes in the United Kingdom. Widely regarded and fondly known as the oldest surviving English Inn, the main facade of the building that stands today was built approximately 600 years ago. King John held court there in 1213.


Regular guided tours take place in the castle. In the summer, brass band concerts take place on Sunday afternoons in the castle grounds and river trips take place daily. Newark is well known for antique shops and The Show Ground featuring an annual County Show and regular antique fair. A huge range of various shops which include antique and lots of quaint cafes and restaurants.

Belvoir Castle

Great place to visit, with breathtaking views across the Vale of Belvoir. Inside the castle are many notable collections, from the military treasures in the guardroom to the stunning staterooms. In contrast to the grandeur of the State Rooms, the Old Kitchen and Bakery will fuel your imagination of ‘below the stairs’ life in 1825. The Peacock Inn, food comes well recommended. Find out What’s On below…

Town of Southwell

Delightful market town which has much to offer the visitor. It has a rich historical and architectural heritage, including the magnificent Minster – The Workhouse (National Trust) and Reg Taylors Garden Centre enjoying breakfast or lunch in there delightful cafe.

Ancaster Karting, Quads, Paintball or Bowling

  • Custom built, professional kart circuit which operates to the highest standards. The unique 1200 metre outdoor kart circuit creates two individual circuits that will challenge every karting skill level and provide safe
  • Ancaster Paintball offers a large, professionally run site that boasts some of the best paintball playing terrain in the country, with many different paintballing game fields to choose from.
  • Quad Bike Trek comprises of quad trekking through woodland, navigating towering hills and hollows, ploughed fields, grassland and the historic valley.
  • 10 pin bowling alley six lane providing fun for all the family.

Local Events

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Upcoming Events at Newark Showground 2024 :

Book a pitch here at Wagtail Country Park!

Sunday 28th January

‘Normous Newark Autojumble

A great day out for any car or motorcycle enthusiast, the ‘Normous Newark Autojumble offers a vast array of parts, restoration services and related products for a variety of vehicles on ten separate Sundays throughout the year.

Each ‘Normous Newark Autojumble sees Newark Showground filled with hundreds of inside and outside trade plots, as well as a classic car and bike display area. On-site catering units are available as well as an inside cafeteria.

Run by a friendly and experienced team of event staff from Mortons Media, each ‘Normous Newark Autojumble attracts a large number of visitors from across the UK in search of the great finds and bargains on offer.

If you’re after a certain part, piece or tool for a motoring project, then the ‘Normous Newark Autojumble is where you’ll find it.

Thursday 1st February – Friday 2nd February

Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair

The Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair is world renowned. The ultimate of treasure hunting grounds, it is the largest event of its kind in Europe – a world-wide phenomenon; this is one iacf event that needs to be experienced to be believed!

Held at the Newark Showground on an enormous 84 acre site, up to 2,500 stands attract thousands of dealers and buyers from around the globe every other month.

Sunday 4th February

The Newark and Notts Spring Wedding Fair

Find everything you need to plan your special day at The Newark and Notts Spring Wedding Show, 11.00am-3.00pm.

Whether you have just started your wedding planning or only have a few things left to organise you will find new ideas and inspiration as this great event.

See bridal wear specialists, photographers, décor experts, cake designers, musicians, entertainment professionals, jewellery to wow, formal hire and much more including fashion shows!

Sunday 18th February

‘Normous Newark Autojumble

A great day out for any car or motorcycle enthusiast, the ‘Normous Newark Autojumble offers a vast array of parts, restoration services and related products for a variety of vehicles on ten separate Sundays throughout the year.

Each ‘Normous Newark Autojumble sees Newark Showground filled with hundreds of inside and outside trade plots, as well as a classic car and bike display area. On-site catering units are available as well as an inside cafeteria.

Run by a friendly and experienced team of event staff from Mortons Media, each ‘Normous Newark Autojumble attracts a large number of visitors from across the UK in search of the great finds and bargains on offer.

If you’re after a certain part, piece or tool for a motoring project, then the ‘Normous Newark Autojumble is where you’ll find it.

Monday 9th February

Runway Monday

Runway Monday at Newark – Antiques & Collectors Fair can be found on the runway strip adjacent to the Newark Air Museum and the Newark & Nottinghamshire Showground. With an abundance of antique and vintage chic this fair is a one stop shop to source everything you need for a stylish new look.

With hundreds of stalls offering everything from furniture to textiles, lighting to clothing and ceramics to jewellery, there will be a huge amount of vintage choice for shoppers.

The Runway Monday at Newark fair is perfect for discovering a new style, with a fantastic mix of goods buyers will be spoilt for choice – there will be plenty of bargains to be discovered.

Sunday 3rd March

The Newark Arms, Armour, Medal & Militaria Fair

Northern Arms Fairs was established in 1978 and has for many years been the leading organisers of antique arms, medals & militaria collectors’ fairs in the North of England and further afield, by providing venues for collectors & dealers to share their passion & knowledge of all things military.

The shows feature a vast choice of many militaria dealers which attend our fairs on a regular basis and have been for many years, so plenty of experience & knowledge is available on the various types of collectables to be seen, whether your passion is guns, swords, edged weapons, medals, antique armour, badges, bayonets, books, ephemera or uniforms, there is sure to be a dealer who shares your passion on your chosen era of military history.

Collectors and the public alike are encouraged to bring items to sell or to trade against their next ‘must have’ historical item.

Friday 8th March – Saturday 9th March

Midlands Woodworking Show

Now in its eighth year the show is one of the most popular and busiest on the calendar.

Easy accessible, with a wide range of demonstrators and a good mix of trade exhibitors, the show attracts visitors from throughout the whole of the UK.

Tickets go on sale 3rd January 2024.

Thursday 11th April – Friday 12th April

Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair

The Newark International Antiques & Collectors Fair is world renowned. The ultimate of treasure hunting grounds, it is the largest event of its kind in Europe – a world-wide phenomenon; this is one iacf event that needs to be experienced to be believed!

Held at the Newark Showground on an enormous 84 acre site, up to 2,500 stands attract thousands of dealers and buyers from around the globe every other month.

Friday 19th April – Sunday 21st April

Newark Garden Show

Treat your garden this April with a day out at the Newark Garden Show…

Famed for bringing plantsmen and nurseries from across the UK all together in one place, the Newark Garden Show will be filled with crafts, gardening tools, food, flowers and everything home and garden related.

Not only can visitors pick up the latest flowers and select the perfect seeds direct from the growers, but they can learn more about their garden from the show’s friendly and knowledgeable exhibitors.

The Newark Garden Show will be open from 10am – 5pm on Friday 19th April and 9.30am – 5pm on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st April 2024.

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Friday 14th June – Friday 16th June

The National Motorhome & Campervan Show

After 30+ years in Peterborough, we’re thrilled this event will continue in Newark from 2024 onwards. Join us for the day or stay for upto four nights…

✔️ Local & national dealers will be displaying a diverse range of new & used motorhomes and campervans for sale

✔️ Shop a vast amount of exhibitors selling outdoor leisure accessories

✔️ A packed timetable of informative talks from industry experts and personalities

✔️ The Caravan and Motorhome Club will be offering free motorhome manoeuvring courses

✔️ Four nights of live entertainment included in your pitch – see the full line-up

✔️ Headline show from Explosive Light Orchestra & Sweet Caroline

What can you expect to see at the show 👇

Motorhomes | Campervans | Conversions | Fifth Wheels | Motorhome Essentials | Awnings | Outdoor Clothing | Electricals | Camping Equipment | Electric Bikes | Gadgets | Habitation | Cooking Equipment | Climate Control | Security | Finance | Insurance | Leading Clubs | Demonstrations | Advice Centre

Sunday 23rd June

Great British Land Rover Show

The Great British Land Rover Show will be returning once again to Newark Showground this June, bringing the Land Rover community together to speak to traders, enjoy the off-road course and show off their vehicles.

With Land Rover specialists of all types exhibiting, visitors will be able to stock up on parts and accessories at great show-only prices, discuss projects with experts in modifications and restorations, find out more about overland travel adventure and more.

We also have a large Auto Jumble, VIP Land Rover parking, and the All Wheel Drive Club on site managing the Off-Road Course.

Friday 12th – Monday 15th July

Unity Fest

Unity Fest is a unique and different annual weekend festival for lesbian, bi, and transgender women.

The festival is now in its 4th year and offers a wide variety of entertainment, live music acts, exciting activities, fun workshops, plus lots more!

Sometimes for various reasons people can’t feel or be themselves in their everyday life. Some people even feel very isolated within the area/community in which they live. Whilst at Unity Fest we want to help you feel freedom and want you to be your truly fabulous self in the company of like minded women. We aim to create the dynamics of a large scale festival feeling without losing the sentiment of intimacy and inclusion. Please note Unity Fest is a 18+ only festival.

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Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre

Home of the Lancaster Bomber! Get ready for a great day out!

Step back in time to a WW2 Bomber Command airfield and experience some of the greatest planes in history.  The Centre is a living and breathing history experience with the sights and sounds of a wartime airfield and a running Lancaster and Mosquito.

The Centre offers the opportunity for an immersive experience as well as a time for quiet contemplation.

We are a dog friendly attraction!

  • The Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre is a family run museum and was set up over 20 years ago. It is now widely seen as a living memorial to the 55,500 men of Bomber Command who lost their lives during WW2. It holds one of the rarest aircraft, an Avro Lancaster Bomber, in its collection along with many wartime vehicles including a Ford WOT1 Crew Bus, the only one of its kind known in existence.
  • Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre
    East Kirkby
    PE23 4DE
  • 01790 763207


IBCC – International Bomber Command Centre

  • The International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) is a world-class facility to serve as a point for recognition, remembrance and reconciliation for Bomber Command. Providing the most comprehensive record of the Command in the world, the IBCC ensures that generations to come can learn of their vital role in protecting the freedom we enjoy today.
  • International Bomber Command Centre,
    Canwick Hill,
    LN4 2HQ
  • 01522 514755

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Burghley House Stamford is one hour away from Wagtail and is one of the largest and grandest houses of the first Elizabethan Age – PE9 3JY 01780 758

The House

Visit beautiful Burghley, a magical home of magnificent State Rooms, awe-inspiring works of art and priceless treasures.

One of the largest and grandest houses of the 16th Century, Burghley is the heart-felt legacy of William CecilLord High Treasurer to Queen Elizabeth I.

Generations of his family have lived here ever since, ensuring this great House and Estate continues to thrive.

Still a much loved family home, Burghley is now owned by the Burghley House Preservation Trust, a charity committed to the conservation and preservation of the House and Estate for all to enjoy.

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The Gardens

Find hidden trails, imaginative planting and Elizabethan trickery as you explore the Burghley Gardens.

Two spectacular gardens, each with their own distinct atmosphere and beauty.

Discover horticulture, sculpture and sensational seasonal colour as you stroll through the undulating landscape of our Sculpture Garden, Capability Brown’s lost gardens.

Then step into a world of classical civilisation, astrology and astronomy in the highly entertaining Garden of Surprises. A sensory delight with the unexpected at every turn.

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Adventure Play at Burghley

Join in the fun at Hide & Secrets

Burghley’s awesome woodland adventure play area Hide & Secrets is themed around William Cecil as the country’s first Chief Spymaster and features a series of fun-packed play zones that lead to the Hidden Towers.

Entering through a hidden stone arch, families are transported into a magical setting that will ignite imaginations and provide endless hours of outdoor fun.

Hide & Secrets Adventure Play at Burghley House | Day Out With The Kids

Deer Park

Roam Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown’s finest Parkland at Burghley

The Deer Park that you see today at Burghley was the vision of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown who worked for the 9th Earl of Exeter in the 18th century to remodel the more formal 17th century parkland plan of his ancestors.

Today, sweeping vistas through mature trees roll down to the spires of Stamford and with the backdrop of the House create the perfect canvas for open air concerts, wedding receptions, fairs and food markets, car rallies, sporting enthusiasts or maybe just a quiet stroll from our neighbouring town of Stamford. The Deer Park is open daily for you to explore and enjoy with parking available at no charge.

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Art & Exhibitions

Burghley is home to awe-inspiring works of art and priceless treasures

Externally, the impressive architecture of the House remains largely as created by the Lord Treasurer. Within, the dramatic alterations carried out by the 5th Earl in the latter part of the 17th century transformed the layout into that of a baroque European palace. Many of the great craftsmen of the day worked for years, producing unrivalled examples of woodcarving, plasterwork, gilding and decorative painting. The prolific purchases of fine art made by the 5th Earl and his Countess, and many of their successors, fill the rooms with a dazzling display. The quality and variety of the Collection is truly outstanding.

Ancestors in the Attic – Audio Visual Exhibition
Meet Lord Burghley and his descendants who provide a fascinating insight into the history of Burghley and its many changes over the centuries.

Treasury Exhibition 

Featuring items from the Burghley Collection not normally on display, with a changing theme each year.

Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown – 25 Years of Pleasure

Discover the dramatic changes the ‘Shakespeare of landscape design’ made at Burghley in the 18th century. Located on the ground floor of The Brewhouse.

Our Collections: The collection of Fine Art held within Burghley House is extensive and varied, and includes many highly important objects. The collection of Italian Old Master paintings is one of the finest in private hands. The collections of both Oriental and European ceramics are world famous and of great interest to scholars. Fine English and Continental furniture, 17th century Objects of Vertu, English portrait miniatures and European Works of Art all feature strongly.

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Events at Burghley

For a full list of upcoming events, including Stargazing Evenings, Snowdrop Walk in the Gardens, Road Race, Beastly Boring Tours, Spring Fine Food Market, Multisport Weekend, Living Heritage Game and Country Fair, Dogfest, 90’s Silent Disco, Race for Life, Rolls Royce Enthusiasts Club Annual Rally, Classic Ibiza, Defender Burghley Horse Trials, Autumn Wonders in the Gardens, and Burghley Christmas Fair, please click below:

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St Wulfram’s Church: With the sixth tallest spire in Britain dominates the skyline

Book a pitch at Wagtail and enjoy some local entertainment and events:

Guildhall Arts Centre:

The Guildhall Arts Centre is a community-centred venue that aims to offer its customers innovative, stimulating and quality arts’ experiences. Housed in what was Grantham’s town hall, jail and sessions hall (see Guildhall History) the Arts Centre is part of Cultural Services provided by South Kesteven District Council (SKDC) along with Stamford Arts Centre and The Bourne Corn Exchange.

Our venue is predominantly a receiving theatre where we bring in professional touring shows and also hire the venue out to professional shows. In addition, Grantham has a thriving amateur scene and several groups from the area hire the venue for their productions.  We have an annual Christmas pantomime, which for 18 years was produced in association with director Douglas Gorin and now will be in partnership with Polka Dot Theatre Company.

Alongside the shows, the Arts Centre is also a hub for workshops and community activities. We offer several workshops for a range of ages and our rooms are in constant use by businesses, organisations and individuals for meetings, workshops, fairs, conferences and parties (see Weddings & Room Hire).

  • Hub for live performances and the local art scene also Grantham’s visitor Centre – St Peters Hills Grantham NG31 6PZ  – Box Office: 01476 406158
  • Grantham Tourist Information: 01476 406166

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Belton House Events: National Trust:  

Generations of the Brownlow family made their mark on Belton, commissioning the finest designers and craftsmen of their age to shape the estate we see today. The house and gardens showcase cutting edge design and innovation, from 17th century sash windows to a cast iron-framed orangery in the Italian Garden, made possible thanks to the Industrial Revolution. The interiors are equally impressive, with a dazzling collection of silver, porcelain, and a world-renowned library.

Today, Belton welcomes new generations to explore the ancient deer park, picnic in the pleasure grounds, or burn off energy in the National Trust’s largest outdoor adventure playground.


Belton is an exceptional example of Restoration architecture with a world-renowned library and collections of art, silver, and ceramics.


Belton’s formal gardens are of Dutch and Italian design, with cast-iron orangery and fountain. Pleasure gardens offer relaxing lakeside walks.


Rich in wildlife, Belton Park covers around 1,300 acres with an ancient deer park, grazing sheep, ponds and woodland.

Outdoor Adventure Playground

Set within a historic wilderness and arboretum, Belton’s large adventure playground and miniature train rides promise hours of family fun.


The main Stables Café has indoor and outdoor seating. There is also a playground kiosk and seasonal ice cream parlour.


Belton’s gift shop sells garden and homeware, plants, and a National Trust food range. There is a large second-hand bookshop.

  • Contact telephone: 01476 566116  
  • February Half-Term Fun at Belton House!
  • ‘Paint the Gardens’ from February through ’til May.
  • Dog-friendly
  • Belton to Bellmont Tower Guided Walks.
  • Family-Friendly Accessible Guided Walk at Londonthorpe Woods.
  • Guided Hikes throughout the year.

To see what’s on at Belton, please click the link below:

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Easton Walled Gardens:  

  • Easton, Grantham NG33 5AP – 01476 530063
  • 450 years in the making!
  • Wander the river bank, browse the shop shelves, take coffee with a garden view at the Applestore Tearoom, find freedom to roam at the Meadow Retreat.
  • There’s all sorts of ways to enjoy Easton, for an hour, a day or more.

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Grantham Bowling:

  • Dysart Rd NG31 7LE – 01476 594817
  • Enjoy Tenpin Bowling at Grantham Bowl!
  • Get all shook up over amazing milkshakes, delicious burgers and tasty sides at Jak’s Diner!
  • Party packages to suit every occasion.
  • At Fun Farm Grantham, your children can enjoy indoor soft play packed with exciting features including a designated area for children under 18months old. There’s even an outdoor pirate ship for sunny days!
  • Have a party with a difference! Visit Laserstorm!

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Car Boot Sales:

  • Grantham Railway Station Sundays at 10am from January to December.
  • Bottersford Giant Car Boot Sundays & Bank Holiday Mondays at 7am till 2pm Just off the A52 Post code NG13 0EE.
  • Hougham Car Boot Grange Farm Brandon Rd NG32 2AF Saturdays April to October.

Ancaster Leisure

  • GO KARTING at Ancaster Karting – high octane fun guaranteed!
  • Test your nerve on tracks designed for speed; hone your racing skills around demanding cicruits
  • Whether you’re racing against your mates, taking on colleagues, or enjoying friendly competition with the family, the fast, reliable go-karts will help put you in pole position with speeds of up to 50mph!
  • PAINTBALL and LASER TAG – camouflage gear on. Paintball gun fully loaded. Mission assigned and team talk done. You’re ready for combat and all that’s left is to enter the battlefield. As you go to war on purpose-built paintballing battlegrounds, the pace quickens fast. Do you have the grit, agility, and accuracy to stay in the game? Your experience starts with getting your gear – camo, ammo, gun, and goggles. Whether you’re new to paintballing or have plenty of paintball war stories, we’ll give you tips and tactics to help your team fight their way to victory. Then it’s time to put your brains and brawn into action as you take out your mates and put a target on your colleagues. Your mission: To eliminate the opposition!
  • Outdoor ARCHERY Range – in a 30 minute archery experience, you will learn the basics of how to load of shoot your bow & arrow. The instructors will supervise the entire session to ensure that both the activity is run in a safe environment and to give guidance on how to perfect technique. Will you walk away feeling like the next Robin Hood?
  • ATTACK SENSE AIRSOFT SHOOTING RANGE Attack Sense is a fully responsive reaction based shooting game. Players compete against each other to hit as many targets as possible within a set time limit. Your next target to shoot will light up, be quick though as once the light is off you’ve missed your chance.

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