What should I wear?

We provide all safety equipment including helmet, gloves and overalls, so it’s not a problem to wear shorts and T Shirt during warm weather. The most important thing to think about is your foot wear. Trainers are most advisable; you will not be able to participate with flip flops / sandals / ballet pumps or anything that exposes the toes or upper foot.

How do I book?

To make a booking please call us on 01273 834403 we require a £20.00 deposit per person to confirm your booking with the remaining balance due 28 days prior to your event date.

What happens if I’m late?

All drivers must have a safety briefing and practice sessions before racing therefore we cannot guarantee participation for late comers.  All go Karting sessions have an allocated start time, please arrive at least 45 minutes before your start time.

Is there a minimum and maximum group size?

Our Clay Pigeon activity is based on a minimum group size of 10 people. Groups smaller than 10 will need to pay a surcharge or join another group. Our maximum group size is 30 people.


Is there a trophy?

You can upgrade your activity to include an individual or set of trophies, please confirm this when making your booking.

How many shots will I get?

It depends on which package you have booked, this will be displayed clearly on your booking confirmation.

What time do I need to arrive?

We ask you to arrive at least 30 minutes before your allocated start time. If you would like breakfast or lunch in our restaurant before your activity then please arrive at least 1 hour before your start time.

Is fancy dress allowed?

Yes, in fact, we recommend it. Please make sure you call ahead to discuss with us to avoid disappointment as some costumes interfere with activity equipment. Also, please respect that other customers will be present, possibly including children.

What happens if it rains?

We carry on, its just a bit of water. We have worked very hard to make sure each activity has under cover areas so you will always have somewhere to escape to that’s dry.