Please also see the information for schools section.
Hundreds of youth, community and sports groups choose to visit Delta Force Paintball every year. Paintballing is an extremely popular day-out, and a great way to reward good performance and to engender and develop team-spirit within the group.
Here is what some of our existing clients have to say about their experience:
“Staff and students had an excellent time. The day was well organized and I was particularly pleased with the emphasis put on safety. We were well looked after all day.
All the games were well organized and clear instructions were given to all the students. There were a variety of games and the students enjoyed the different ‘locations’. When some of the students were struggling the staff helped out and made sure they were able to take full part in the day.
The team games played on the day were used in the students ‘Working With Others’ folder so it was useful as well as good fun.
We will certainly be booking again next year.”
North Trafford College of Further Education
Entry and equipment hire for a session of paintball £9.99
Entry and equipment hire for a session of paintball £25.99 (1) plus 300 paintballs per person
Entry and equipment hire for a session of paintball £35.99 (1) plus 500 paintballs per person
Safety is our first consideration – but we also never overlook the fun-factor – after all that’s what the youngsters care most about.
Delta Force Paintball is renown for the high quality of it’s equipment and facilities. Often selected by film and TV companies as a venue for filming and/or product launches – Delta Force’s movie-set quality game zones are in a league of their own. ITV’s new series Law & Order (UK) recently filmed an episode at our Surrey Paintball Centre – the same venue as chosen by Warner Bros to be the UK launch venue for the Demi Moore film ‘GI Jane’.
Delta Force Paintball owns a large number of artillery pieces, armoured vehicles (including tanks), several airplanes and helicopters and, bizarrely, the only Scud Missile in private hands in the UK. The Scud and it’s supporting convoy of giant Soviet-era trucks featured in the 007 movie ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ – it’s now out there in the Delta Force forest waiting to be discovered by you and your school group. Fun times!
To view a typical days itinerary please CLICK HERE.
If you arrive at the centre early you may be asked to wait in the parking area until the team is ready to welcome you.
If you have not registered online in advance this may slow down the check in process.