Axe throwing is great for all kids, We are one of a very few people who will allow young people to throw axes, and for this, we have very special axes for them to throw called angels, or mini hawks, these are great at sticking in the target, but have all the edges dulled so they can’t cut themselves on them.
with up to 6 young people sharing a lane during a 90 minute session on Thursday evening from 5:15 pm to 6:45. The session action goes fast but is supervised by one of our crew members so that everyone is kept safe during the event.

All new young people start with a training session to get them of to a great start, We then let them practice with a variety of different axes depending on their capabilities, and end up with a mini competition.

If they like what they have done, and we feel they could fit in, we will invite them to join the club. They can then join us on weekly session to develop their skills, and to compete for achievement certificates to measure their progress. they will have the opportunity to join a league and compete against others with similar levels.

We do ask the carers to stay around at least for the first couple of months until we are confident we understand the young people, then we would be happy for them to go and shop, of course leaving their contact details.

Minimum age is 11 years old.

Axe throwing is great for all kids, We are one of a very few people who will allow young people to throw axes, and for this, we have very special axes for them to throw called angels, or mini hawks, these are great at sticking in the target, but have all the edges dulled so they can’t cut themselves on them

with up to 6 young people sharing a lane during a 90 minute session on Thursday evening from 5:15 pm to 6:45. The session action goes fast but is supervised by one of our crew members so that everyone is kept safe during the event.

All new young people start with a training session to get them of to a great start, We then let them practice with a variety of different axes depending on their capabilities, and end up with a mini competition.

If they like what they have done, and we feel they could fit in, we will invite them to join the club. They can then join us on weekly session to develop their skills, and to compete for achievement certificates to measure their progress. they will have the opportunity to join a league and compete against others with similar levels.

We do ask the carers to stay around at least for the first couple of months until we are confident we understand the young people, then we would be happy for them to go and shop, of course leaving their contact details.

Minimum age is 11 years old.

Costs, £10 per session and a membership fee of £25 for six months.