New ‘Fun Day Out’ discounted group packages have been launched at RockReef on Bournemouth Pier, targeted at local sports teams and other organisations such as Scouts, Girl Guides, Cadets and Boys Brigade groups.
Joe Potter, RockReef Manager advised, “The feedback that we regularly receive from visiting sports teams and groups is that RockReef provides the perfect, safe environment to inspire young people to push themselves, be challenged to do things they wouldn’t do elsewhere, build strength, confidence and resilience, whilst having huge amounts of fun! RockReef is all about energy and adventure. Conquering 30ft walls is an incredible feat, allowing youngsters to overcome their fears of heights. It also provides a brilliant opportunity for kids to bond together as a group.”
“We are incredibly proud of the award- winning reputation that RockReef has established as anadventure sports, all-weather indoor adventure activity attraction. Our ‘Fun Day Out’ group package includes our 28 “Clip n Climb” fun themed indoor climbing walls, a real rock wall climbing experience, speed wall and the High Line aerial obstacle course.”
“We are encouraging teams to see us as a fun, unique activity which can help with team building, but also a great place for a celebration or Christmas party! Opportunities to combine with Key West restaurant on the pier are available and can provide a larger range of lunch and dinner options. End of season parties and award evenings are particularly popular events at Key West due to its unique location and bespoke approach to organising your event.”
“Generous group booking discount options have been launched as we want RockReef and a day out on Bournemouth Pier to be considered as an affordable option for groups and teams. Discounts are offered for groups of 10+ with further discounts offered for groups of 35+.
“To celebrate launching the new ‘Fun Day Out’ group packages, we welcomed Grey Wood Youth Football Club along to RockReef. They had so much fun challenging themselves on the activities and enjoyed racing each other on the speed walls and testing their balance and daring to walk blindfolded on the High Line.”