• Can accommodate only one group per session: Yes
  • Great for a team challenge: Yes
  • Involves water: Yes

If you've had a go at Raft Building then Bridge building takes your pioneering skills to the next level.

Build your bridge as a team and try to get across the river without falling in (or with falling in). Instructors will set up a scenario whereby you'll need to build that bridge in order to rescue your damsel in distress, stuck out on the river. Recommended for age 12 and over, this is the ideal advancement from Raft Build, whereby you'll need to build your craft actually on the river.

This activity is a brilliant team building exercise, especially in the summer months, developing an awareness of the roles and input of individuals within a team, and requiring co-operation to make a successful bridge. 

Group Booking Prices - Prices listed are for 8 people

School, Youth, Charity and Community Groups - by booking date

Price Band July 15th to Sept 3rd 2017 Sept 4th to Oct 29th 2017 Oct 30th to Dec 31 2017 Jan 1st to Feb 9th 2018 Feb 10th to Feb 18th 2018 Feb 19th to March 23rd 2018 Cost per head for extra children
A £72 £60 £48 £50 £64 £60 £6
Price Band March 24th to April 8th 2018 9th April to 25th May 2018 26th May to June 24th 2018 June 25th to 13th July 2018 14th July to 2nd Sept 2018 Sept 3rd onwards 2018 Cost per head for extra children
A £72 £64 £72 £76 £72 tbc £6

Other Groups - booking anytime. Prices listed are for 10 people

Children's Parties Adult's Parties Corporate Bookings
£120 £122 £145
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Maximum group size


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Previous experience
None required
Learning outcomes

Personal development:

• Self reliance

• Perseverance

• Initiative

Social development:

• Teamwork

• Communication

• Trust

Fundamentals of sport:

• Agility

• Balance

• Coordination

Typical session structure
The team will be given an overview of what they are expected to achieve, outlining what equipment they have to use. Guidance will be given along the way teaching knots that will be useful when building the bridge then work together to try and walk across the bridge with the aim of not having the bridge collapse!

What to wear

Good weather – light weight clothing and shoes (trainers or wet suit shoes – not wellies or hiking boots). Remember sun cream and a hat when it’s sunny.

Poor weather – a number of layers of clothing with, if possible, a windproof jacket and fleece.

In case you go for a swim bring a change of footwear, spare clothes and shower kit including towel.

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