Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to use all the survival and spy techniques you’ll learn throughout the week to complete your task.
What’s it all about?
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to use all the survival and espionage techniques you’ll learn throughout the week to complete your task. This is a top secret assignment and you will have to take part in a range of activities which will test your skills.
What will I have to do?
As part of your training we will teach you the espionage techniques you need to complete your mission. You will learn spy skills such as forensics (finger printing, hair analysis), communications (signals, code making and breaking), surveillance (binoculars, mirrors, hiding and tailing) as well as taking part in activities such as abseiling, canoeing, climbing and more!
For the 10-13 age group your training culminates in a fantastic 24 hour camp-out, where you will learn to construct a shelter, build and light a fire and cook food.
Can I do other activities too?
Yes, this holiday is also designed to pack in loads of activities from our brilliant multi activity programme at each centre and there is also evening entertainment each night.
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Every day is different
We offer over 50 different activities across all our centres and we pack in as many as possible on every PGL Adventure Holiday. Please note that not all activities are available at all centres; please see the specific centre pages for more information.
The fun doesn’t stop there! We also include fun-packed evening entertainment programmes at all our centres, every day, all year round, whichever holiday you choose.
Our fantastic sports and activity hall offers even more great activities – inside and out. For 13–16 year olds there’s a chill-out room with TV, CD player and pool table – a great place to relax with your friends. Marchants Hill is our only centre that has our unique Powerfan activity.
It also has a recently built lake on-site for raft building and kayaking. If that’s not enough, adrenaline junkies can test their nerves (and stomach!) on the awesome rides at Thorpe Park.
|Breakfast||Off to the dining room with the rest of your group to fuel up for the day, you’ll need plenty of energy to keep you going. Breakfast includes cereals, toast, yogurts, porridge, and cooked breakfast – you choose!
Don’t forget to refill your drinks bottle before you head off to your first activity!
|Morning Activities||Half day of Spy Training|
|Lunch||Worked up an appetite? Great – it’s time to replenish your energy stores with the dining room. If you have energy to spare after lunch your Group Leader will always be ready for a quick kickabout with a ball or you could relax and chat with your new friends.|
|Afternoon Activities||Archery and Survivor|
|Dinner||Time to eat again – a different menu each day (and did we mention, often evening meals come with a hot pudding too – or you can stick with fruit if you prefer).|
|Evening Ents||Talent shows, campfires, quizzes and much more – your evening entertainment programme gives you the chance to get together with everyone else in your age group and have some laughs.|
|Bedtime||Bedtime. The younger ones go first whilst older groups have time to chill out and chat or watch a DVD. Then it’s lights out and time to sleep ready to do it all over again tomorrow!|
Please note this is a sample itinerary for illustrative purposes only. Itineraries will be planned by the centre shortly before your arrival.
Our fantastic accommodation blocks sleep six in each room and all are en-suite. Younger age groups are normally accommodated in our adjoining annexe, Bethany House, which has en-suite, 6–8 bedded rooms. It’s a couple of minutes walk away with its own dining room, shop and separate chill-out room away from our older guests.
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