Group Events - Step 1

It's often hard to arrange a day out whether its for a birthday, a Stag do or a Hen party. At Leisure Pursuits we can help make that job easier.


We have a large range of vehicles and activities to choose from to make the day as exciting and memorable as possible and will make a great talking point the next day.


Based in Sussex you are then in easy reach of London, Brighton, Tunbridge Wells, Crawley and East Grinstead if you want to continue your day in a bar or restaurant and we will even help you source a venue if you are new to the area.


Fill out the form below to get an idea of what you might want. Once filled out, we will contact you to offer assistance or to book the event.

Note: This form is not an order form. At no time will we ask for financial details. This is just to help you get a quicker response from our admin team.


Choose the length and size of your event

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Hover your mouse over the images below to get a detailed description of the activities we provide.

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Name: Jungle Run

This is a woodland off road course where you will be driving a Land Rover 90, Daihatsu Fourtrack or a roll caged buggy. These vehicles have modified suspension, very aggressive tyres and tree protection cages. You will be driving in wooded areas with only inches of space down either side of the vehicle.
<b>Jungle Run</b>
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Name: Meadow Meander

This course is the introductory course of the experience. You will be driving a Kia jeep or Daihatsu Fourtrack. Both these vehicles have raised suspension keeping in the theme of ‘monster trucks’. During this course you will experience man made side slopes, short steep up and down hill sections and negotiate a wooded area.
<b>Meadow Meander</b>
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Name: Buggy Section

Jungle Run must be completed before doing this course!
This course will challenge your 4x4 skills in a capable, purpose built, roll caged, trials buggy. The course is marked out with canes and you need to complete the experience without making any mistakes which will result in penalty points. The terrain is extreme including 6ft near vertical drops and driving along a stream bed.
<b>Buggy Section</b>
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Name: Quad Obstacle Course

Whether it’s your first time on a quad or you’re an experienced rider, this course will keep you challenged. Using a 125cc Yamaha Grizzly ATV, you will be negotiating obstacles such as raised side risers, the rolling road, a steep see saw and even a limbo bar. But you will need to get round without any mistakes to stay ahead of your team.
<b>Quad Obstacle Course</b>

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Name: Quad Dug Out

Quad Obstacle Course must be completed for doing this course.
With your quad skills now finely tuned from the obstacle course, practice time is well and truly over. You will now be riding a 450cc 4x4 Yamaha Kodiak ATV, around a course marked with canes and some extreme natural terrain including branches to duck under 5ft near vertical drops and steep assents. However, can you get round with out touching or obliterating any of those canes?
<b>Quad Dug Out</b>
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Name: RallyKart Time Trials

These karts are very different to the small indoor karts you may have driven in the past. Powered by a 400cc Honda engine with rear wheel drive and rear wheel brakes. You will need to get the kart round the course faster than anyone else but as you push the accelerator harder you move that bit closer to the 360 spin that will cost you vital seconds!
<b>RallyKart Time Trials</b>
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Name: RallyKart Pitstop

Can you maintain control of this mean machine over our rugged off-road course, pitting your wits against the clock and knowing that every mistake could cost you vital seconds? After each driver’s race laps, the red flag is out. As he stops in the pit area your team releases him from the kart. The next driver leaps into the hot seat, the others strap him in and jump clear, and away he goes. The clock only stops when the last team member has competed his laps and is back with the rest of the team in the safety zone
<b>RallyKart Pitstop</b>
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Name: Dizzymobile

A most peculiar vehicle designed and built in our workshops, with two independently-steered axles. What is more, the two steering wheels are incorporated into the seats! Co-operation between the two participants is vital, as each twists and turns on his or her stool, attempting to maneuver the beast through a course marked out with cones.
<b>Dizzymobile</b>

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Name: Blind Fold Driving

Another activity where communication is paramount! Can you direct a blindfolded colleague around a twisty, hilly section of terrain?
<b>Blind Fold Driving</b>
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Name: Reliant Surprise

This looks like a Reliant Robin, and drives like one too; except for a fiendish twist!
<b>Reliant Surprise</b>
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Name: Making Bacon

May optionally be followed by Reliant Surprise. This pile of bits actually makes a Reliant Robin, when assembled in the right way and in the correct sequence. But your team will be timed while you work on it, and it has to be driveable when you have finished with it!
<b>Making Bacon</b>
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Name: Tied Up In Knots

Designed to be followed by Jungle Run or Blindfold Driving. You will need the vehicle to drive the next course, but it’s tied up with thick, heavy rope! Both ends of the rope are fixed, so the only way to free it is to loosen the knots and drive the vehicle through the ensuing loops. But which loop first, and which way should you go through it? The whole team will need to work together, driving, loosening knots, and puzzling out the right approach.
<b>Tied Up In Knots</b>

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Name: Assembly Puzzle

The Quad Obstacle Course is lying in pieces at the side of the field, and you need to assemble it before you can drive it. The problem is that the plan of the course, and diagrams for each obstacle, are in the Lodge, and cannot be moved. One member of your team must stay in the Lodge, and relay instructions to the others in the field via radio. Who would be best at deciphering the plans, and communicating the information? Which members of the team should assemble the obstacles, and who should move them to the correct places on the course? You must decide!
<b>Assembly Puzzle</b>
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Name: Archery

By popular demand we have brought back our Archery activity. Archery is the perfect mix in a multi-activity day. Our experienced instructors will teach you about the equipment and its proper use before letting you test your skills. An enjoyable experience and great for building a team.
<b>Archery</b>
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Name: Zip Wire

Looking for an exciting activity to add to your party? What about the Zip Wire also known as ‘aerial runway’. After putting on your safety gear you will launch from a platform situated in the tree tops, down the 100m zip wire and back again. Be sure to hold onto your stomach!
<b>Zip Wire</b>
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Name: Abseiling

Looking for a non motorised activity, which gets the adrenalin going? Why not have a try at abseiling? Whether you have been before or it is your first time you are in safe hands! Using one of our purpose-built abseiling towers, each with steps up the inside you will then drop 12.5m in the safety of your harness and safety equipment.
<b>Abseiling</b>

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Name: Roll Over Buggy

This is a challenging trials section where at the end of the course you have the unique opportunity to roll the vehicle, deliberately. You will be driving a class two modified roll caged trials buggy. The course is marked out with canes and your challenge is to get the vehicle around without touching or obliterating the marker cane. During this session you will negotiate crossing ruts, drive along a stream bed and try to cross a challenging log bridge, without getting stuck!
<b>Roll Over Buggy</b>

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