Articles tagged 'activities'

The grounds where Adventure Sports in Warwick now operate were not always for teambuilding or an adventure sports playground. The fascinating history of our Wedgnock Lane grounds dates back to the 1800's. 

The land, which is just off Wedgnock Lane and north of the canal, was used a shooting range and training ground by the Ministry of Defence (MOD) before, during and after World War I and World War II.

Here at Adventure Sports in Warwick we have some great driving experiences including 4x4's and quad bikes. But amongst all the driving vehicles the hovercraft has to be the most unique and most interesting.

Hovercraft are actually more like planes than boats or cars, although they are more at home moving across water than flying down the runway at Birmingham! Hovercrafts use the same ‘lift’ physics that an aeroplane uses to fly, although you’ll never really get that far off the ground to find out.

Clay pigeon shooting has been a popular event here in Warwick for over 100 years. Originally invented as a way to refine the shooting skills of huntsman, clay pigeons are so-called because they replace the pigeon (as well as the grouse and pheasant) which were, and still are, shot for sport.

Clay pigeon shooting is a great sport for people aged 14 and over. It’s easy to get into and simple to learn. Here at Adventure Sports it’s a particularly popular activity for team building events and stag weekends.

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