We are booked to run other events during the weekend of 25th and 26th May. For this reason, we will only be taking bookings online for the High Ropes and Low Ropes. If we can manage on the day, you can request some of our other activities but these may be unavailable. We hope to see you at BOA or at Elderflower Fields Festival having a go on our mobile climbing tower. Whatever your plans, have a brilliant weekend!!
We’re ready for ya! Come on down any time from 10am to 5pm this Eater Holiday time. We have something for everyone, including delicious tea and coffee in Cyril’s Cafe.
Holiday Clubs also available if you need a day at work while we look after the nippers. Drop off 9am and pick up again at 4pm, ages 8 to 15.
Book all your activities online for discounted prices but booking also available on arrival, subject to availability. See you all soon!
Branching Out Adventures is still open for business and remains unaffected by the unfortunate closure of Bentley Wildfowl and Motor Museum. This lovely lot will be here to welcome you during our usual seasonal opening hours for some adrenaline fuelled action up in the trees.
Remember, we operate in all weathers….the only exceptions being very high winds and lightning above our heads! Bring the right gear and you’ll have a whale of a time!! Can’t wait to see you all soon!!
Hallowe’en is again upon us!! Rope course action in the dark….who would ever believe it?!?!
On Saturday 27th October only, book your place on High Ropes or Low Ropes online for 6pm or 7pm and get an extra 10% off when using code BOASPOOK. Spaces are limited so book in FAST!
10% off rope courses all day if booked online.
Spot prizes and ticket prizes for those wearing the best hallowe’en costumes!
See you all sooooonnnn!!
The UK’s largest woodland conservation charity and the county’s wildlife conservation charity will be the focus of this term’s free half-term education initiative at Branching Out Adventures.
On Wednesday 24th October, the team from The Woodland Trust will set up ‘camp’ at Branching Out Adventures, Halland near Lewes, as part of its mission to protect the country’s woods, trees and restore ancient woodland for the benefit of wildlife and people. On Friday 26th and Saturday 27th, October, Sussex Wildlife Trust will take over to spread the important message that 60 per cent of our wildlife are in decline and 1 in 10 are heading for UK extinction.
Kate Hall of the Woodland Trust said: “It’s going to be a whole lot of fun. We’ve got lots of educational and fun activities to share with families and children, as well as spot prizes and some ‘Awesome Autumn Adventures’. Do you know why leaves turn red and gold in the autumn? Why not come along and find out!”
Mark Oakden of Branching Out Adventures, said: “Our mission is to encourage families to get out into nature. We want everyone to appreciate the majestic nature and importance of trees and wildlife. We’re delighted that both The Woodland Trust and Sussex Wildlife Trust will be with us during the autumn half term. Come along and meet these amazing charities, hear about the work they are doing and learn lots about local nature and wildlife.”
The Woodland Trust is the country’s largest woodland conservation charity with more than 1,000 sites. Sussex Wildlife Trust focuses on protecting the wonderfully rich natural life that is found across our towns, countryside and coast. It manages over 30 nature reserves in Sussex.
World Outdoor Classroom Day is on the horizon and we’re offering Sussex schools the chance to win an outdoor lesson for their entire class in the woods.
Branching Out Adventures is an official partner of the global campaign to encourage schools to take lessons outdoors.
Mark Oakden of Branching Out Adventures said: “We are delighted to be partnering with World Outdoor Classroom Day this year. The winning class can develop their teamwork and problem solving abilities, learn about nature, challenge themselves in the trees, practice their maths skills and have fun in the Sussex woodland. Sounds like a pretty good day at school to me!”
Areas of the curriculum covered in addition to physical education include, basic operations, measurement and distance, as well as physical geography. Lesson plans can be customised to suit the winning class teacher’s request.
“From our own experience of school visits to Branching Out, teachers report some powerful outcomes. Pupil behaviour improves, whole classes are excited to learn and individuals who may feel inhibited by the curriculum often thrive in an outdoor environment,” said Mark.
Both pupils and teachers can enter. To enter email: email@example.com saying why your class (max 33 pupils) deserves to win the session at Branching Out Adventures by October 19, 2018. Your prize can be taken on an agreed day Monday to Wednesday, term time only.
Outdoor Classroom Day is traditionally celebrated on November 1. In 2017 more than half a million UK pupils took part
SUMMER HOLIDAY CLUBS ARE GO!
Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, 24th July to 30th August, 9am to 4pm.
Drop the kids off with us for an amazing day full of activities, pick them up and let them tell you all about it!
See https://branchingoutadventures.cinolla.com/branchingoutadventures/courses/category/clubs for details.
Come on dowwwwwwn!!
This weekend, Bentley plays host to Brainchild Festival. So….don’t worry when you arrive, Branching Out is open as usual, from 10am to 5pm. When you arrive, go to the festival entrance (our usual way in) and the Brainchild guys will guide you in to us.
Hopefully see lots of you here at the weekend.