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Bow Arrow Tag Archery

Intro

Bow Arrow Tag is a new exhilarating, safe and family friendly combat archery adrenaline sport that can be played indoors (soft play venues, gyms and halls) or outdoors (fields, parks, woods or beaches).
 

About Bow Arrow Tag

Located UK wide. Bow Arrow Tag is a combination of archery, paintball and dodge ball taking the best elements of all these great sports and combining them into one. It’s a new exhilarating, safe and family friendly combat archery adrenaline sport that can be played indoors or outdoors. Players use short bows to shoot ultra-safe foam-tipped arrows at the opposing team members on the field.

Think dodgeball, but with a bow and arrow! This fast moving, action packed game is sure to get the adrenaline pumping. Some would say it’s a bit like paintball without the pain, bruises or welts. It’s the ultimate team sport and promotes teamwork, self-confidence, communication, leadership, fitness, tactical thinking and is just outright great fun.

Bow Arrow Tag is perfect for the following events; Robin Hood or Medieval themed events, corporate events, private parties for children and adults, fairs, festivals, stag and hen events, scout groups, church groups, family functions and corporate team-building events.
 

FAQ’s

Is Bow Arrow Tag Safe? Yes, completely and absolutely. We use specially designed bows which are low power and speacialy designed soft foam tipped arrows which are completely safe and painless. (Its a bit like getting hit with a tennis ball.) We are fully insured so you have complete peace of mind.

Does it hurt? No, it can be compaired to being hit with a tennis ball. Bow Arrow Tag is designed for ages 7 years old and above so its completly safe. Nothing like paintball which is messy and leaves welts and bruses.

Do you run Bow ArrowTag for kids’ parties? Yes, we can accommodate kids’ parties from age 7 upwards.

 
 
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The Deep

Intro

Welcome to The Deep, one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world! A perfect Day Out in Yorkshire.
 

About The Deep

This award-winning attraction is home to 3,500 fish including magnificent sharks and rays. The dramatic building, located in East Yorkshire, overlooks the Humber estuary, was designed by world class architects, Sir Terry Farrell and Partners and opened in 2002 in, what was then, one of the most deprived and unfashionable cities in England.

As part of the regeneration of Hull, The Deep has become an internationally recognised landmark and has even featured on a Royal Mail stamp! The building exploits the landscape on which it is built and was inspired by natural geological land formations. Gleaming glass and aluminium thrust into the dramatic landscape on the confluence of the two rivers marking the historic entry to Kingston upon Hull with a brand new future.

The Deep operates as an education/conservation charity and in recent years has become an international player in marine conservation. It is also the most commercially successful Millennium Project.
 

What Our Visitors Say

We came yesterday for my nieces 8th Birthday and we couldn’t praise the Deep enough! Not only is it an amazing facility which clearly cares for the animals it looks after, but the staff that work there were brilliant. We required a wheelchair which they provided without hesitation and offered support throughout our visit. I would highly recommend the Deep we will definitely be coming back.

What was nice was that there were three accessible toilets each at a different level. One near the entrance, one by picnic area/cafe and one by the restaurant cafe on the top floor.

 
 
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Into the Blue

Intro

Into the Blue offers a superb selection of activity and adventure days out perfect gifts for men, women, family, friends and groups of all sizes. It is a great way to find Days Out in the UK!
 

About Into the Blue

Into The Blue has been making memories since 1996 and certainly has reason to be proud of its roots. Jim Maitland (Founder) first came to Biggin Hill, London as a small boy with his father Jock Maitland. He opened Biggin Hill as a civilian Airfield in 1958, at the time there were many semi derelict relics from its wartime days and he would spend many happy hours amongst the old pill boxes and blast pens. Later Jim joined to help run the famous Biggin Hill Air Fair.

Jim realised that many of the spectators attending the shows would actually like to ‘have a go’ themselves and so working closely with established aviation contacts the idea for Into The Blue was born. The rest is history!
 

Testimonies

William Paine – Steam & Cream Tea Cornwall “The online service was quick and easy to use”.

Karen Wharf – Segway Adventure Leeds Castle “Very helpful team as I struggled a little to understand how to book the experience”.

Linda Jenyon – Meerkat Experience for Two
“Excellent service. Vouchers arrived within 48 hours and support email after I had booked the experience. The range of experience days and events was varied and suitable for all tastes and ages. Prices were really good and affordable”.

 
 
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