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Our activities have not been marketed to people with disabilities, but why should that stop you or your client(s) from joining in and having some fun?
If you or your clients do have any disabilities or difficulties, please contact us through our contact form to discuss options?
Provide who you are?
What you are looking for and want to achieve?
Who is it for?
What your / their disability is?
Give us as much information as possible to work with and we will do our best to see if we can tailor a private session just for you / them?
Access to our area is quite simple. Please follow the instructions on our confirmation email. When driving down the drive way of Avon Valley Park, there are two car park. Click on the drop down menu above (Our Centre) for more information.
If coming to do Battle Archery, Aerial Archery or Axe throwing?
Take the RIGHT car park, park up and walk pass Avon Valley reception (do not go in), keep heading to the second car park and down to our Green shipping container office. If you're walking past the alpacas, you're walking in the right direction.
If coming to do Target Archery or Air Rifles?
Take the RIGHT car park. Head to the far right corner where you will see the archery and shooting range and we will be there to welcome you.
You do not need to queue up at Avon Valley reception to gain access to us. Just follow the instructions in your confirmation email or click on the drop down menu above (Our Centre) for more information.
Our main area is on a flat grassy pitch of land with various activities all close together. This is in an open area. We have shelters at our main office and signing in area and a spectator's box by the throwing zone.
Our Archery and shooting range is under a large shelter.
For wheelchair access, please contact us so we can lead you through the front as we have made our doorway too small (reclaimed doorway from the recycling centre as this is part of our recycling and sustainable campaign.)
Who can Participant?
Anyone who is motivated enough to have a go, we will do our best to accommodate you.
If you are a wheelchair user, amputee, visually impaired, hearing impairment etc, We will do our best to tailor our activity to accommodate as best as we can. Please contact us first to discuss options and let's see what we can offer you.
Please provide us with information about yourself and what you want to achieve? If special arrangements are required, please let us know in advance and we will take reasonable steps to assist you.
While our activities were not originally aimed for people with disabilities, why should that stop you from having a go and joining in the fun?
Avon Valley toilet facilities inside the park are now open to the public. ALL PORTALOO'S ARE FOR AVON VALLEY CAMPERS ONLY. Please do not use the portaloos as these are specifically assigned to individual campers on site to combat the risk of spreading Covid-19!
Spectators are welcome but must follow our safety rules and must not enter the gamezone or throwing zone without the instructor's permission.
Children between 12 and 17 years old, a parent or Guardian must remain on site and in proximity during their session. No wondering off please.
Dogs are welcome on our location, but not within Avon Valley Park. Please ensure the dog is kept on a lead and not left roaming around as there are segways, tractors, cars, and other moving vehicles moving around as well as other clients engaged in activities.
There is plenty of free parking on site. If you have any mobility issues, please contact us and we will allow you to park in the staff area next to the office.