Hen Nuclear Races in London
Nuclear Races in London
Get dirty on your hen weekend in London... we mean mud of course!
- Bespoke Course
- Arrive at The Mud Hut
- Welcome Hot Drinks & Biscuits
- Dedicated member of the Nuclear Team
- Introduction and Safety Briefing
- Team Building Activities
- Obstacle Taster Experience
- Water Obstacles Experience
- Warm Washdown Showers and hot drinks
12 Minimum Guests
It's messy, muddy but totally awesome. The Nuclear Races in London is the champion of all obstacle races and is set on 1,600 acres of privately owned farmland in the Essex countryside. As well as extremely fun, this epic activity will teach you new skills and with determination as well as perseverance, you'll be surprised at how many obstacles you'll master.
You'll be getting yourself muddy as you jump into lakes, crawl through mud and climb, dodge and dive. Each event can be tailored to your group, depending on what you want to achieve from the activity or what catches your fancy.
Expect big obstacles, highly organised events and relentless amounts of mud. #lovemud
Some obstacles are weather dependent.
Please specify when enquiring. This activity will last 90 minutes.
You can book your activity straight away via our secure online booking system, so you know you are ready to go!
And don't forget, your friends can pay us direct via our event area, so you don't even need to collect payments.
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Book online for £25
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Hen Nuclear Races Reviews
I used freedom to help me book for one of my friends Hen do weekend in Essex.
What can I say the service was amazing from the start to end a massive thank you to Lucy who had many emails from me chopping and changing things about or asking a tone of questions.
The pricing for both activities we did was the best I could find at the time while searching other websites.
Will definitely consider using freedom again if I ever need to book another hen do or birthday.
Thank you again!
By Rachel Springall