1 What kind of catering can you provide for a corporate event?
We have a variety of food companies that we can put you in touch with. Let us know what kind of food takes your fancy and we’ll do our best to find out availability.
2 How close is the venue to public transport?
We are closely situated to Dorking Mainline Train Station with taxis available there to get you to us 10 mins away.
3Do you have toilet and shower facilities on site?
Yes we do.
4What if i am unsure on numbers when making my booking?
Bookings are only confirmed on receipt of payment. If you are unsure of numbers, book places for the numbers you are sure of and we can discuss additional numbers closer to the date of your event. However, we cannot accept card payments on site for any extra numbers.
5Can people watch?
Of course! We love people coming to watch. We highly recommend that they wear sensible footwear and prepare for all weather eventualities. Some parts of the course are not easy to access and can be muddy!! We ask that any children that are spectating be supervised at all times and that they do not play on the obstacles.
6Can i bring my dog?
Yes. Dogs are allowed on site but must be kept on a lead at all times. Dogs cannot partake in the activities but can come around on their lead with a spectator. Please clean up after your dogs and dispose of in the bins provided, it’s most appreciated.
7What time should i arrive?
You should arrive at least 15-minutes before your booking time. This allows for more time out doing the activities. Failure to arrive on time may results in some or all of your group missing out on the pre-booked activity.
8Can we stay for a picnic after our activity?
Yes again! All we ask is that you clean up after yourselves, be aware that we may have other groups wanting to use the area that day and be off site by lock up, which the staff will inform you of on the day.
9Is this assault course the famous Nuts Challenge?
Why yes it is! The Nuts Challenge is a 7k course running over what we refer to as the North and South sides of the site.We only use the South side for the assault courses, giving us 5k to play with and break down into various routes! How much of the route used in a session is strongly based on the groups fitness, abilities and weather conditions. The assault courses we run are aimed at being a team challenge to work together and get around the course instead of being a race to the finish.
10What should i wear for the assault course?
We advise people to wear sensible work out clothing. Cotton or wool based clothing and jogging bottoms can soak up water and be heavy to move in. Lace up trainers are recommended for ankle support and so they can be done up tightly to avoid them getting lost in the mud. We highly advise all jewellery, watches and fitness devices are removed due to the risk of injury or loss of the item.