The “Bramley Lakes experience…”
Map and Directions
We are located at Bramley Lakes, Dog Lane, Horsford, Norwich, NR10 3DH, shown on this Location Map. If you are coming from the A11 or A47 you may prefer to take these directions to Bramley Lakes from A11 (not suitable for coaches) to avoid the ring road and city traffic. Bramley Lakes has a large, free car park.
By Train: to Norwich Train Station. From London Liverpool Street Station, the journey takes two hours. On arrival, turn right out of Norwich Train station exit for the black taxi rank. The taxi journey to Bramley Lakes takes 25-30 minutes.
By Air: to Norwich International Airport. A taxi from the airport to Bramley Lakes takes 10-15 minutes.
Clothing and Kit Requirements
At each of our purpose built locations some of the programmes may involve a number of different tasks, including height, water,confinement or risk. To ensure that our clients enjoy the experience we provide a list of clothing and kit suggestions for details.
Pre-existing Medical Conditions
For insurance purposes we must register any pre-existing medical conditions; we will contact your course co-ordinator a few weeks before your event with joining instructions (a request that they confirm all attendees have read the information below, and to gather details of any pre-existing medical conditions and dietary requirements).
- Cereals containing gluten namely wheat (such as spelt and Khorasan wheat), barley, rye and oats
- Crustaceans like prawns, crabs, lobster and crayfish etc
- Nuts namely almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, pecan nuts, Brazil nuts, pistachio, cashew, Macadamia or Queensland nut
- Sulphur dioxide or sulphites (where added and is >10mg/kg in the finished product. Often found in dried fruit and wine)
- Molluscs like clams, scallops, squid, mussels, oysters and snails etc
Challenge by Choice
We operate a CbC policy which is simple in principle, but complex in practice and reality. The simple principle is that you are invited to participate voluntarily in each of the various activities and challenges of a programme. A participant may choose to sit out an activity and this right is to be respected by others in the group and by the instructors.
The CbC principle is generally explained and understood as part of the Full Value Contract (FVC), to help create a group culture which genuinely respects the right of an individual to choose with regard to a degree of participation in any activity. CbC can be used to help reinforce the message that an individual is to exert and take personal responsibility choosing his/her behaviours and actions. Further, the principle recognises that individuals potentially stand to learn and grow more by refusing to participate on occasions than unthinkingly and/or resentfully always participating.