Expect giant inflatables, hysterical games, oversized props, water and gallons of foam as teams compete on the It’s a Knockout assault course.
Take to the assault course and overcome a series of challenges along the way to see if you’ve got what it takes to be crowned Champions 2020.
You'll be allocated to a team of 10, unless you want to book your own team of ten, in which case, give us a call.
Junior session for ages 4-13, click here to book for this event
Limited spaces available so book yours today
Call the team for details of VIP packages or sponsorship opportunities.
Spectators welcome - You don’t have to participate to join us. Come along to the day and enjoy a selection of stalls, BBQ, games and attractions.
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