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Join Live the Adventure for a day full of adventure!

Join Live the Adventure for a day full of adventure!
Live the Adventure will be having a day full of adventure at their Open Day on Sunday 3rd August 2014

Taking place at their Ginny Hole site, in Stotteston, there will be plenty of FREE activities taking place all day.  These include rock climbing, canoe/kayaking, laser tagging, stand up paddle boarding and pony trekking, plus loads more!  You'll also be able to have a ride on Henry the mechanical horse and experience virtual life in the saddle at walk, trot or canter. Refreshments and a bar will be available all day. 

Please note that some activities won't be suitable for children under 8 years, and children under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult. Activities will be free, but a donation of £2 per person and £6 per family of four will be requested on the door.  Proceeds raised through donations will be given to the the charity Riding for the Disabled Association (www.rda.org.uk).

Whilst there, why not take the opportunity to find out more about their adventure training courses, international worldwide adventure travel and summer activities.

For more information about the event and Live the Adventure, please call 01746 718436 or visit their website www.livetheadventure.co.


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