Pursuit 24

Adventure Itinerary

A military style adventure spanning 2 days, filled with teambuilding exercises and military style activities.

£129 per person

We recommend a minimum of 6 people to fully experience the outdoor adventure

Meet & Greet

09:30hrs - Meet & greet

The location for the meet and greet will be at Bar Red, Britton Ferry Football Club, SA11 2BU, where you will be welcomed by Chief Instructor, Mike Smith and Instructor Mike Griffiths (Tex). At this time you will receive a safety brief and be issued with all the kit you will require to survive for the next 24hrs. Once all admin points are covered, transport will take you to the drop off point where you will begin your adventure.


10:30hrs - Hike to activity site

At this point all those taking part will debus the transport and together under the direction of the instructors, will take a steady hike through the beautiful open rolling country side of Crynant, to the activity site which is approximately a distance of 2 kilometres.

Make Camp

11:30hrs - Make camp

On arrival at the camp site, all recruits will be shown the layout of camp and have a lesson on how to erect a Basha (shelter) before going away in pairs and putting into practice what they have just been taught.

Lunch Time

12:00hrs - Lunch military style

Time for the ultimate eating experience! Boil in a bag meatballs and pasta, with biscuits brown to go with your cup of tea. Chief Instructor will demonstrate to recruits how to cook a meal whilst living in field conditions.

Sniper Skills

13:00hrs - Sniper skills & stalking

All recruits will see how a sniper operates and the importance of camouflage and concealment, before donning a ghillie suit to stalk their target.

Target Practice

15:30hrs - Target practice

All recruits will have the chance to see how good a shot they are, under the supervision of the instructors, using a top of the range air rifle and scope.


17:30hrs - Food preparation

Lesson on the preparation of food, which has been hunted, before cooking and eating. This part of the adventure is optional, and will be explained to all potential recruits during the booking process.

Evening Meal

18:30hrs - Evening meal military style

Recruits will be able to put into more practice how to make a meal in field conditions using military rations. On the menu for this evening, is Lancashire hot pot. Delicious!


19:00hrs - Camp fire

Recruits will make a fire, without the use of a naked flame, before putting their feet up, relaxing, and having a good old chin wag about the day's activities over a couple of beverages.

Good Morning

07:00hrs - Reveille

Time to get up, pack your kit away and get a good hot scoff and brew inside you. Sausage and beans with oatmeal biscuit on the menu this morning, before tackling the day filled with more fun and adventure.


08:00hrs - Orienteering

Recruits will be separated into teams and will have a basic map reading lesson from chief instructor before setting off on a navigation exercise to find three check points.

Clay Pigeon Shooting

10:30hrs - Clay pigeon shooting

Finish off on a high. Time to find out who the best shot is with a shotgun. Each recruit will be issued with 25 cartridges and, under the close supervision of the instructors, knock down as many clay pigeons as possible.

Hike Back

12:30hrs - Hike to pick up point

Quick head check will take place to make sure that the entire group is present, before hiking back to the drop off point where a minibus will be waiting to transport everybody back to Bar Red.


13:30hrs - Presentation

On arrival at Bar Red, each team member will be welcomed with hot scoff and a beverage of your choice complements of Pursuit24, before the winning team members are presented with their award.



There is no rush to leave after the Pursuit 24 presentation. If you would like to stay and have a few drinks, Bar Red are more than happy for you to carry on and make a night of it.