February 27th, 2013
The new Jungle starts to take shape – Well that’s if you can call flat a shape!!
Towards the end of 2012 The Jungle took the brave step to put its money where its mouth is and start the long awaited work on the new jungle building!!! Scary I can tell you.
Back in 2009 we successfully achieved full planning permission for a purpose built facility to enable us to house and run all of our core events at our main site.
I am sure we do not need to tell you how difficult business has been for all sectors over the past 2 or 3 years so investing around £250,000 in a new building was not a decision to be taken lightly.
But as always at The Jungle dedicates inteself to its quality of service and event delivery so the ground works went in in November.
So why not book your next event soon so you can come and marvel at what £30,000 of concrete looks like !!!
February 13th, 2013
YOUNG people with life-threatening illnesses were treated to a day out packed with activities on Saturday.
Around 20 youngsters and teenagers came to Sherwood Forest to enjoy five hours of fun away from hospital.
The day out at The Adrenalin Jungle was organised by the Parents Association for Seriously Ill Children (PASIC) – a charity based in the Queens Medical Centre.
Tamsin Orr of Palmer Crescent, Carlton, is battling a brain tumour.
The 20-year-old said:
“We did archery, assault courses and laser tagging. We also had a go at human table football.
“It’s been really good and it’s quite different and very funny.
“I came with my sister and she was really muddy.
“It improves people’s confidence; it’s definitely good. It’s my first time.”
For more information on Jungle Events then please go to The Jungle Website
Read more: http://www.thisisnottingham.co.uk/Adrenalin-Jungle-trip-young-hospital-patients/story-18115933-detail/story.html#ixzz2KmLLGnVU
January 31st, 2013
As always at The Jungle a little bit of snow doesnt stop play.
The rest of the country might have ground to a halt last weekend but The Adrenalin Jungle opened for business as usual. Not only did we open we also received great feedback from a 4×4 event.
“Please pass on my thanks to Dave for an excellent and very informative day today, the tricky conditions actually made for a better learning experience, all of which I will put into practice in the future.
Dave did a great job of explaining the correct techniques and I managed not to flatten the dog!!
I have attached a few photos that we took, which hopefully show what a good time we had