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Pleasurewood Hills takeover day

Join us for a day of theme park fun and adventure at Pleasurewood Hills for our takeover day!

We are excited to be working with Pleasurewood Hills for a guiding takeover day on Saturday 5 October 2024, 10am – 4pm.

Tickets are £15 per person and include an exclusive event badge.

Book your tickets online here. If an alternative payment method is required, please contact the region office and we’ll be happy to send you a booking form.

Bookings close at 8am on Friday 2 August.


What to wear

Please wear uniform for the event, although if going on any water rides you may want a change of clothes to travel home in.

Food and gift shop

Everyone attending will need to bring a packed lunch and drink/s although the usual food and drink facilities at the theme park will also be available.

The Pleasurewood Hills gift shop will be open during the day as normal. It is the decision of the leader of each group to manage their units pocket money.

Risk assessments and ratios

Units are required to ensure their own compliance with the standard Girlguiding ratios and first aid requirements for offsite visits. Each adult also requires a ticket through the above booking process.

A generic risk assessment for the Pleasurewood Hills site will be available to download nearer to the event. Units will need to complete a risk assessment for travel arrangements and any specific needs within your unit.

Photo permissions

Photos and/or videos will be captured throughout the event if you have a member who are unable to have photos or videos taken of your child please do make unit leader aware and be vigilant during the event. The team will do their upmost however it is not guaranteed.

Girlguiding Anglia, cannot be held responsible for any loss or damage of items that are taken on site or bought during the day.

We hope you can join us for a day of adventure, fun and friendship.

Please check back to this page as we will update the information and link to risk assessments as they become available.