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BIRTHDAY PARTIES


We run Birthday parties on Saturdays at either 10:00, 12:00 or 14:00 at Horfield Common. Please email Bristol@theoutdoorsproject.co.uk and let us know the date, time and number of spaces you would like to book (minimum of 10).  We will email you to confirm the date and reserve the spaces for you upon reciept of a £50 deposit. 

Location: Horfield Common

Price: £13.50 per child

Duration: 1.5 hours

Age Range: 5-12 years 

 

BIRTHDAY PARTY ACTIVITIES & THEMES

•    Pokemon Which Pokemon Trainer are you and who will you catch?  We'll be embarking on a Pokemon adventure in the park and creating our own Pokemon or Building Pokemon balls to take home too. Along with playing Poke Ball Run & Lagori "Pokemon Stack Attack "Gotta catch them all!”


•    Harry Potter The children can whittle a magic wand (to take home of course), perfect for casting your Patronus to defeat the Dementor. Jump aboard your broomstick and catch The Golden Snitch in Quidditch or mould a magical beast: our Harry Potter parties can be adapated for all ages. By choosing a combination of crafts and games you can be sure there will be something for everyone.


•    Minecraft Vs Wild Craft Working in clans the children will create their settlements. Building materials will be provided but what else can they find in the natural setting? Reward pixels will be earnt as their settlements take shape: How will you protect your settlement? What about a water source? A fire pit? Hunting skills? Teamwork? And of course lots Minecraft inspired games, watch out for the CREEPER!


•    Nerf Games A softer, safer and more environmentally friendly version of paintballing. Are you ready for action? High-energy and one of our more competitive actvities, our NERF parties never fail to get the adrenaline pumping! We have dozens of different scenarios up our sleeves from Bum Shots to Zombie Apocalypse and our instructors always know the best games for their groups. Please note that due to it's more competitive nature NERF parties are only bookable for 6yr olds +


•    NERF FORTNITE This party includes elements of the popular video game and combines with our usual antics in the outdoors. Build, forage and survive the apocalypse with your squad! Teams must collect resources, build fortifications, set traps and protect the remaining survivors. Search and seek out the Loot Llama to collect care packages on your way. The storm is coming!


•    Fire Lighting & Shelter Building An Introduction to 6 ancient to modern fire lightning techniques. A hands on learning of basic survival skills including Shelter Building. Once the shelters are up we've got great games to play in and around them, or perhaps we should get the water blaster out and check that they're waterproof?


•    Mini Blobsters and Mini Shelter Building (Recommended for under 6 yrs). For our smaller friends we love working with the children to make mini clay beasts and mini settlements for them to live in. The creations can be taken home of course, and should attention start to wander we have lots of mini-beast games to play: Ant Hospital and Spiderman Tag are some of our favourites. 


WILL YOU REALLY BE OUTDOORS? DEFINITELY!
We are outdoors year round. In the event of rain we can rig a shelter but the children will be getting rained on for certain activities, eg nerf. In our experience, children are generaly unconcerned by rain but we appreciate that a shelter for parents, cakes and presents would come in handy if the foreacst is iffy. Please make sure your child and guests have suitable clothing and footwear for the outside.


DO WE DO FOOD?

We do not offer food but there is the 'Cafe on the Common' around the corner and our friends at The Ardagh Pavillion are happy to rent you a private indoor/outdoor space if you require it.

 

Covid-19: Our approach to reopening The Outdoors Project is based upon a number of factors. Safety is of course a concern for many parents and carers at the moment but by understanding the benefits of outdoors play more and by working together to help manage the risks, we can prioritise children playing together outdoors again. We recognise the importance of play for children.