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The safety and wellbeing of our guests at Stubbers have always been our top priority. With this in mind, we have worked hard to reimagine our site and our procedures to ensure we are as socially responsible as possible. As a large outside space, Stubbers Adventure Centre can be enjoyed safely by visitors if the following safety measures are adhered to:

Do not enter the site if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 to include a high temperature, a new, continuous cough or a loss or change to your sense of smell or taste.

HANDS - We have cleaning and handwashing stations around our site. Please use these to clean your hands before and after using our equipment.

FACE - Wear a face mask when inside or social distancing cannot be maintained.

SPACE – Please maintain a 2m distance from other visitors and staff.

We want everyone who visits us to enjoy a safe, secure and fun-filled adventure, and to make sure that you have complete reassurance, we have introduced our 8 Step to Site safety:

Book your adventure online
Admissions will be limited
All our staff receive a weekly lateral flow test
Please bring your own face covering
Contactless card payment only
Social distancing in place on activities and around site
Hygiene stations made available around our site
Enhance cleaning measures throughout the day

If you have any questions on how we're approach COVID-19 and our added safety procedures, please get in touch.

Our 8 Steps to Site Safety

Check out our video below to discover the enhanced safety measures we’ve introduced to help protect you and others on-site.

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We understand there is still a lot of uncertainty surrounding COVID-19. That’s why we’ve created this special guarantee to remove any doubts and give you complete peace of mind over your existing and future bookings with us.

For schools and youth groups hesitant about making plans for 2022, our guarantee ensures that if the Department of Education advises against day trips or residential trips, or Stubbers is closed by the Government, you will receive a full refund.

Plus, for SMASH Camps, Pay & Play, Birthday Parties and Experience Days, you can receive a full refund  if you have to cancel for whatever reason at least one working day prior  the date of your booking.

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Our beautiful 130-acre site is open to the general public to take in the sights and breathe in some much-needed fresh air. To enter we kindly ask for a small entry fee, which goes towards the upkeep of the grounds.

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Our wide range of activities have been adjusted to comply with best practice and our enhanced safety measures, ensuring maximum fun and maximum safety for all participants.

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Schools and Groups


DfE recognises the significant benefits of educational visits for children’s educational development as well as their mental health and wellbeing and is taking steps to allow children to enjoy visits in line with the government’s roadmap. The roadmap is driven by data, not dates. 
For that reason, all dates are indicative and subject to change. This advice has now been updated to reflect the Prime Minister’s announcement regarding step 2. Advice will continue to be updated in line with the roadmap.

Educational day visits

In line with the roadmap, schools can resume educational day visits from 12 April.
Any educational day visits must be conducted in line with relevant coronavirus (COVID-19) secure guidelines and regulations in place at that time. This includes system of controls, such as keeping children within their consistent groups and the COVID-secure measures in place at the destination.
Schools should undertake full and thorough risk assessments in relation to all educational visits to ensure they can be undertaken safely. As part of this risk assessment, schools will need to consider what control measures need to be used and follow wider advice on visiting indoor and outdoor venues. Schools should consult the health and safety guidance on educational visits when considering visits.

Domestic residential educational visits

In line with the roadmap, domestic residential educational visits can not take place until at least step 3, no earlier than 17 May.
The roadmap is driven by data not dates. The approach to domestic residential visits is dependent on the roadmap and is subject to change.
Stubbers Adventue Centre - Risk Assessment

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  • Took the kids there without booking in advance, arrived and easily booked in for the climbing and archery. The staff were all extremely helpful and great with kids.

    Sarah Jones, Trip Advisor

  • We always have a brilliant time with our lads and ladies who have disabilities here. The staff are great. We enjoyed ourselves out on the sailing boats this time. The 4x4 driving is usually a big hit here.

    Ryan Horsecraft, Facebook

  • Great place for families and groups to enjoy outdoor activities such as climbing, off road driving, canoeing, jet skiing, sailing, laser tag and loads more. The staff are always very willing to help out.

    Richard Carder, Google

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