Steps we can take to make our activities more accessible, but keep all the fun!
Free carer places are available on all of our activities.
Increased the ratio of marshals to players, to ensure we can provide additional support as required.
Longer time allocated for the briefing, to ensure there is plenty of time for any questions and that everyone understands how to use the equipment before the session starts.
House lights can remain on, so it is easier to navigate environment. In a Laser Tag session, this also means the effect of the 'flashing' from the laser tag packs is minimised.
The volume of music can be reduced.
In ear protection is available on site, to reduce the noise from firing of paintball and airsoft guns.
The smoke machine will be use limited or not used at all.
All activitiy sessions are comprised of multiple 10 minute games. These are tailored to the needs and abilities of the group.
At any point during a session, players are welcome to go back to sit in the breifing room if they need a break. A member of our team will check on them and get them back in to the game when possible, once the player is ready to do so.
Bunker 51 is step free and has concrte flooring in 95% of the venue. 5% is gravel which can be tricky to manourve for those using a wheelchair, however access to this are is not required and we will try wherever possible to use the other arena.
We offer free places for translators for deaf or hard of hearing players. We have a subititled version of our laser tag video breifing and slide presentations available for our paintball and airsoft breifings. We are also able to use light signals during games.
Please get in touch with our team using the form below should you wish to discuss how we can accomodate your needs.
ON THE DAY
We appreciate that preparation can be key to an enjoyable trip, so here's a breakdown of what to expect when you come to play at Bunker 51
Our friendly team are always happy to answer any queries you may have about playing at Bunker 51