Delta Force is now taking bookings for mini-paintball events for 8-10 year olds at a number of national paintball centres across the UK! To find out where these unique and exciting events are currently available in the UK click here.
Over the coming months we plan to introduce mini-paintball to all national centres in the UK. During mini paintball events players use smaller guns and smaller paintballs so there is less energy when the ball hits participants (thus meaning a softer impact).
Due to our ongoing efforts to further improve the overall safety of paintball events, Delta Force has been approved by the UKPBA (United Kingdom Paintball Association) to be a provider of low impact or “mini-paintball” events. This exciting activity is an excellent choice for children’s birthday parties, family trips and school outings. Groups of any size are welcome; safety is our first priority and all children are carefully supervised throughout the day by our skilled marshalling staff. Delta Force Paintball has an outstanding safety record and an enviable reputation for organising birthday parties. Call 0844 477 5115* now to book your session or complete the mini paintball enquiry form below.Book Now
£29.99 (1) per person for a half day session of mini paintball
(when bought in bulk)
|13:00 - 13:30|
Lunch break, birthday cake (BYO)
|13:30 - 14:00|
|14:00 - 14:15|
Immediately after the safety brief it’s time for the action to begin. All players will be specifically divided into teams with different coloured armour bands, and the Centre Manager will call upon each team based on these colours. Before players leave the base camp marshals will perform a ‘touch-check’ on the goggles of every player to ensure there is no chance of the goggles becoming dislodged or falling off the player’s head.
Delta Force is the only paintball provider to perform a ‘touch-check’ on every player and this is very likely to be one of the reasons why we have an enviable safety record. The Delta Force goggle-system fully encloses the head, thus meaning that it is impossible for the goggles to slip down or fall off – at Delta Force we take your vision and safety extremely seriously!
The day ends with a prize giving ceremony where the scores are reviewed and certificates are awarded to the winning team and to the runners-up. For further information please contact a member of our team on 0844 477 5115.
Registration forms are completed by every player on arrival, and parental consent forms must also be completed by players younger than 16 years. Delta Force staff will be on hand to help the children, but parents and/or teachers may find it saves time to download the parental consent forms from this website, and pre-complete them.
Once registration has been completed it’s time to get suited up in mini paintball safety equipment and make sure that everything fits perfectly. As a parent you will not be alone, Delta Force personnel will be on hand to help, however we do strongly advise that 1 or 2 parents remain at the centre whilst the children play.
After all players are ready with their equipment the Centre Manager will muster everyone up to the stage for the safety brief. It’s essential that all children pay close attention to the safety speech, as this is where the Centre Manager explains the safety regulations, how to use the equipment and outlines the rules of the game. Marshals will patrol the edge of the audience while the Centre Manager is on stage delivering the safety brief. Delta Force takes safety very seriously with our world class safety record, and as such parents often comment that Delta Force takes safety more seriously than any other paintball provider. All mini-paintball participants will receive a separate safety brief to other standard players – through this we can be certain that young participants receive more personal instructions and are 100% clear on all the safety rules.WHY DELTA FORCE?
"The centre was very well organised!"
"We went with our youth club of different ages; from the moment we got there till we finished the staff were fantastic; they could not do enough for us. The very pleasant Kevin the manager took the time to speak to us and Kevin had a good way about hi..."
"Callum was excellent and explained the games well. It was a great day and I'm sure we'll be back."
"Could I commend Ryan V for his command of the day, the welcome and enthusiasm of all staff and the organisation that it took to get everyone ready and out on time. Ryan was excellent about checking that all was well a number of times during the day. ..."
"We had a fun day and we all enjoyed the experience. We would definitely visit again. The day was well explained by the marshals who were helpful throughout the day. Many thanks."
"My son and his friends had an excellent day."
"We were a group of 10 that came for my son's 14th birthday and everybody loved their time spent there. All the staff were friendly and very happy to help with anything from start to finish. We look forward to coming again and I'm sure the boys that w..."
"Our marshal was a guy called Connor, he made the experience a lot more enjoyable and exciting. My team and I will definitely be returning!"
"The day was amazing and our marshal George S. made the day even better, he went above and beyond to make our day a great one."
Children should wear comfortable clothing. Most players wear boots with ankle support and deep tread/rubber soles as it can be muddy, wet and slippery in the woodlands. Some players may choose to wear wellington boots in the winter months or if it is muddy – but it is up to each individual to decide if they want to choose a waterproof option rather than the safety of ankle support. In wet weather you may also like to wear a thin waterproof layer of clothing under the overalls we issue you for the day. Armoured gloves are available to purchase on the day for added protection, or alternatively you can bring your own.
Players are issued with a full head helmet that employs the latest in goggle technology. These goggles are unique to Delta Force Paintball and provide full protection of the face and head. All goggles feature a chin strap to ensure they remain on at all times, and marshalling staff perform a “touch-test” to confirm goggles are worn correctly before players head out to battle.
The most important safety rule is for players to keep their goggles on and tightly adjusted at all times when in the game zones. If anyone breaches this rule, for any reason whatsoever, they will be excluded from participating in the event – this rule is strictly enforced and exists to protect all players.