We’re open to Bridgend County residents. Come and join us for an outdoor adventure!
It’s now even easier to book individual tickets for our scheduled axe throwing, archery & family bushcraft events. 🪓🏹🔥
Thinking ahead to the weekend?
Here’s some info about the latest restrictions and our events…
☑️ You can meet other households outdoors (up to 30 people)
☑️ Keep your distance
☑️ Wash your hands (obvs)
☑️ We only run small group events (average group size is 6)
🌳 All activities take place outdoors in our beautiful woodland in Bridgend
🪓 Equipment is sanitised – we’re Good To Go
🔥 Our events are pretty awesome 🤙
Last few tickets available for axe throwing this weekend. Buy your tickets on Eventbrite and join us for a weekend adventure!
As all of our “household only” events will require adults to be present & our group numbers will be small, it means we’re able to temporarily lower the age limit for some of our activities.
Come & join us for some bushcraft & archery fun in Bridgend with our autism friendly events.
We have experience working with children and adults on the autistic spectrum through our work with schools and community groups. We’d like to make our sessions more accessible. So we’re trialling some autism friendly bushcraft & archery events, which you can book on to individually. And we’ll make them a regular event if there’s interest and demand for them.
Events are 1.5 hours and tickets are £15. You can buy tickets on Eventbrite here:
Additional information about autism-friendly sessions
Who can come to autism-friendly sessions?
These sessions are for anyone on the autistic spectrum who would prefer this session.
You do not need a diagnosis.
Sessions are for children aged 7+ and adults.
You are welcome to book tickets for siblings who are not on the autistic spectrum.
Can parents / carers / support workers come along?
Yes, we would encourage you to come along.
Children aged under 18 must have a parent / adult supervising them.
1 adult to supervise up to 3 children please.
Your role is to offer support rather than being there to participate. Tickets are charged for one participant and one person to accompany them (included free of charge)
What makes it an autism-friendly session?
Activities are carried out by instructors who have completed autism-awareness training.
Sessions are more structured and we keep noise to a minimum.
There will be space available within the woodland as “quiet areas” for anyone needing some time out during the session – no one is pressured to take part.
What is the environment like where activities take place?
Activities take place in a private woodland in Bridgend (near Laleston)
It is quiet and not open to the general public.
We have a roundhouse shelter area to sit in, which will have a campfire.
Who can I contact for more information or with feedback?
If you have any questions or feedback about the information on this page or our sessions, please call or text Rachel on 07716 462 983 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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