Bullswood Skirmish - the finest Paintballing and Lasertag in Surrey!
Paintball here at Bullswood in Surrey:
Here at Bullswood Skirmish Paintball Games in Surrey we offer Paintballing, Laser Tag and Clay Pigeon to people of all ages. Set in a our stunning 50 acre mature woodland in Surrey, Bullswood Skirmish features the most incredible Game Zones in Surrey, the latest Paintballing and Laser Tag equipment and friendliest staff. We host epic paintballing sessions for every type of event - Stag parties, 18th, 21st, 30th birthdays - even 60th, as well as Kids Paintballing sessions for both small and large groups, including bespoke days for Schools and companies in and around the Surrey area - even a few Hen do's as well.
Don`t overlook our Outdoor Laser tag arenas featuring our epic Starr Warrs maps, complete with huge ATST Walker that you can climb into and shoot from, life size X-Wing Starr Fighter - even Yoda and R2D2 make an appearance!
If neither of these take your fancy, why not try and hit some fast moving clay pigeons! Situated just one mile from Lingfield Park Race Course, we are easier to reach than you would expect. Crawley is only 9 minutes away, Tunbridge Wells around 15 minutes and Guildford 25 minutes.
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Adult Paintballing here at Bullswood in Surrey:
Paintballing at Bullswood in Surrey, whether you are looking for a stag do, a birthday bash or just a game with your friends, we are the venue for you!
Here at Bullswood Surrey we guarantee you an epic paintball day - from exclusive themed game zones like Zombie Crypt, Not Call Of Duty and Wild West Town, to our awesome equipment that really does work, down to our staff who are there to make sure your paintball day in Surrey is outstanding! Group Size: If you have a large group of 16 players or more we can run you as a private game - your own seating area, dedicated staff, no one else joining you and a real feeling of being VIPs. If your group is smaller, no problem, we keep you together on the same team and join you in with a few others.
Full day: 9:15am through until approximately 4pm Half day: Morning and afternoon sessions available.
Half Day Paintballing packages:
Full Day Paintballing packages:
Full Day Paintballing packages:
What's included ? - Refreshments - All safety equipment (goggles, body armour for the ladies, coveralls) - Photos - Full supervision - The latest semi-automatic paintball rifles - Awards for stand out play - Fully insured
What's not included ? Gloves. You are welcome to bring your own, or purchase some on the day.
Lunch: Lunch is available on all of our full day packages. It typically includes: Burger, sausage, beans, mash, cheese and onions. Vegetarian options are also available.
Times: Full day sessions run from 9:15-4:00. Half day sessions run from either 9:15-12:30 or 1:00-4:00
Paintballs: Extra paintballs are available to purchase from £7.50 for 100, £30 for 500 or £110 for a case of 2000. Smoke Bombs: As long as you are over the age of 18, smoke bombs are available to purchase for £4 each or 4 for £15. Pub: After spending the day battling it out, The Plough Inn is a lovely country pub serving excellent food, beer and wine and only 1 mile from Bullswood.
Kids Paintball here at Bullswood Skirmish in Surrey:Latest Bullswood Surrey Kids open day Paintballing dates:
April - Sun 7th, Sat 13th, Sun 28th
May - Sub 12th, Sat 25th
June - Sun 9th, Sun 23rd
For kids from Year 5 aged (minimum age is 9, preferably 10) we host epic kids Paintball battles here at Bullswood Surrey - playing on most of our awesome themed game zones such as Zombie Crypt and Not Call Of Duty - we also equip all of our paintballers with full head goggles, camo gear and body armour and our paintball markers run a reduced power and special britle paintball for kids. We have a 100% safety record, and keeping that intact remains our number one priority.
***All of our Kids Paintball markers run at a reduced power and utilise special brittle paintballs designed to limit impact***
We offer two different types of children`s paintball: Private & Open sessions. For smaller groups we have our Open Kids Paintball Session which we hold on a couple of dates each month, plus half term games. Due to one to many competitive dads we must insist that these sessions are strictly kids only! If you have a large group of 16 or more players then you can have a Private Kids paintball session on any date you choose - you have a private seating area, dedicated team of staff and no one else joins in with you. As it's a private session, adults are welcome to join in - as long as they behave! Timings: Sessions start at 12.00 and finish at around 3.30 (private games can be more flexible).
All in, one stop, uncomplicated price:
Half day kids package including all the kit, jumbo hotdog and 300 paintballs - £30 per player
Whats included? - 300 paintballs (more than enough!) on the Anniversary package - A minimum of 6 games - Jumbo Hotdog - Refreshments - All safety equipment (goggles, body armour, coveralls) - Photos - Full supervision - The latest semi-automatic paintball rifles - Awards for stand out play - Fully insured What`s not included? - Gloves. You are welcome to bring your own, or purchase some on the day. - Extra paintballs (these shouldn`t be required, but can be purchased for £7 per 100 if needed) - Birthday cake. Please feel free to bring your own!
Itinerary: Sessions start at 12.00 so please aim to arrive at 11.45 in the top car park where a member of staff will come and meet you - we are not able to supervise parties that arrive earlier than this. After a short walk down to site everyone is dressed up in camo gear and issued with Body Armour for everyone, padded hoods and full-head protection goggles (safety first before the fun starts!). Once everyone is ready we go through all safety and game rules before a paintball marker demo, then it's on with the paintballing. The children head out into the woodland for two games at a time and returning to the safe zone to reload and clean up between every two games. Hotdogs are normally served after the first round of games. The session finishes at 3.30pm - please aim to be ready to pick up at around this time - there’s always time for cake but no more than 20 minutes please. Parents: At least one parent is required at the start of the day to ensure that entry forms, and any payments are all taken care of. Parents are welcome and encouraged to stay and watch the safety speech, and can enjoy complimentary tea and coffee in an undercover seating area, or stay warm by the fire. For those who would rather leave the kids to it, The Plough Inn pub is only a mile down the road for a spot of lunch, or alternatively East Grinstead town is only a couple of miles away for a bit of shopping.
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Schools & Scouts paintball in Surrey:
Get out of the classroom and engage in paintball school or scout trips for up to 150 people in Surrey! Bullswood Skirmish offers a safe and fun team bonding experience and our unique adventure ensures maximum personal development. For smaller groups, we also offer outdoor laser tag! As one of the oldest and most established paintball venues in the UK, Bullswood Skirmish has hosted paintball & laser events for schools, colleges and universities. Examples include: Caterham School, Ardingly College, Uckfield, Hayesbrook, Notre Dame, Sackville, Eastbourne College and Uxbridge High School. Many have returned various times since. - Safety is our number 1 priority, contact us for details of our £10 million insurance and risk assessment - Full or half day paintballing, or outdoor laser tag - Expert staff ensuring our 100% safety record is upheld at all times - All inclusive sessions, no hidden costs - Special school rates available - Pictures & awards Paintballing is a very safe activity (statistically safer than golf), but more so when organised by expert staff. A day at Bullswood Skirmish is an unforgettable experience for any pupil and a great way to build and reinforce relationships between teachers and students. Book your trip now!
Direction to us here at Bullswood:
Most cars now have Sat Nav either in the car or on the phone - in which case just pop in our postcode, RH76PB - but to give you a rough outline of how to get to us just check out the following brief directions:
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Caterham:
Take the A22 out of Caterham and under the M25 Bridge. Follow the tourist signs for Lingfield Park Race course - you will leave the A22 at Blindley Heath, following the road for Lingfield and the Race course - after the Racecourse go under the Railway bridge, take the first right then over the next junction - we are half a mile up Hollow Lane on the right!
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Croydon:
Getting to us from Croydon is pretty straight forward - by train you can jump on the East Grinstead mainline and get off at Dormans Station where we are a 5 minute stroll or by car make your way to the A22, out of Croydon and under the M25 Bridge then follow the tourist signs for Lingfield Park Race course - you will leave the A22 at Blindley Heath, following the road for Lingfield and the Race course - after the Racecourse go under the Railway bridge, take the first right then over the next junction - we are half a mile up Hollow Lane on the right.
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Dorking:
Ok, two choices here, jump onto the M25 and whizz round to jnc 6 (you can take jnc 7 and come in via Gatwick but that route is a bit trickier!) and onto to the A22 heading for East Grinstead/Lingfield, then follow the tourist signs for Lingfield Park Race course - you will leave the A22 at Blindley Heath, following the road for Lingfield and the Race course - after the Racecourse go under the Railway bridge, take the first right then over the next junction - we are half a mile up Hollow Lane on the right - alternativly, cut out the M25 and come along the A22 through Redhill untill you reach the A22 - quicker but can have more traffic!
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Forest Row:
Ok, Were are really easy to get to from Forest Row - just head pick one of two routes - out through Hartfield and turn left onto the A264 and then right onto Shepards Grove Lane or up through Ashurst Wood onto the A264 that way - easy!
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Gatwick:
Ok, getting to us from Gatwick is quick, just a few junction to take you through! Head down to Crawley then out and over the bridge on the A264, following signs for East Grinstead / Lingfield. At the Dukes Head roundabout take the first left to Lingfield, down to the new Roundabout by the garden center and go straight over. At teh Temple roundabout go straight over - you are then in Lingfirld - go right at the first mini roundabout, then take the first exit at the second and go through Lingfield until you have passed the main entrance to Lingfield Park Race Course, them under the railway bridge, turn right into Dormansland, over the next junction and we are half a mile up Hollow lane on the right - Easy!
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Leatherhead:
Ok, jump onto the M25 and whizz round to jnc 6 (you can take jnc 7 and come in via Gatwick but that route is a bit trickier!) and onto to the A22 heading for East Grinstead/Lingfield, then follow the tourist signs for Lingfield Park Race course - you will leave the A22 at Blindley Heath, following the road for Lingfield and the Race course - after the Racecourse go under the Railway bridge, take the first right then over the next junction - we are half a mile up Hollow Lane on the right.
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Lingfield:
Ok, Were are really easy to get to from Lingfield - just nip head past the main Racecourse entrance, under the Railway bridge then take the first right into Dormansland - at the next junction go straight ahead and we are half a mile up there on the right!
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Oxted:
You have a choice of routes - either Take the A25 out of Oxted and along to the A22 and follow the tourist signs for Lingfield Park Race course - you will leave the A22 at Blindley Heath, following the road for Lingfield and the Race course - after the Racecourse go under the Railway bridge, take the first right then over the next junction - we are half a mile up Hollow Lane on the right - or you can take the backroad to Edenbridge and up to Dormansland - it all depends on which end of Oxted you are!
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Redhill:
Your choice of route is to take the A25 out of Redhill, past Nutfield and Bletchingly and along to the A22, then follow the tourist signs for Lingfield Park Race course - you will leave the A22 at Blindley Heath, following the road for Lingfield and the Race course - after the Racecourse go under the Railway bridge, take the first right then over the next junction - we are half a mile up Hollow Lane on the right - or you can take the backroad to Edenbridge and up to Dormansland - it all depends on which end of Oxted you are!
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Tunbridge Wells:
Just love Tunbridge Wells and We are are really easy to get to from Tunbridge Wells - just head up through Langton Green then turn right onto the A264 and follow the road past the two golf courses (my favourate is Holtye but I can get annoyed on either!) then look out for a little turning right called Shepards Grove Lane signposted Dormansland / Cowden - take that road and we are just over a mile down there on the left - easy!
Coming to Skirmish Paintball from Westerham:
You can take either the backroad through Crockham Hill / Edenbridge and up through to Dormansland or, the easier but slightly slower route is to take the A25 toward Godstone and onto to the A22 heading for East Grinstead/Lingfield, then follow the tourist signs for Lingfield Park Race course - you will leave the A22 at Blindley Heath, following the road for Lingfield and the Race course - after the Racecourse go under the Railway bridge, take the first right then over the next junction - we are half a mile up Hollow Lane on the right.!
Latest news here at Bullswood Paintballing and Lasertag:
31/03/19 - Man is in good to see some proper Spring weather again - not that it was a tough winter like last year but running around in the woods playing paintball or lasertag is just a dream when the sun shines and Bluebells come out...
14/02/19 - Latest kids paintballing dates just listed above.
22/01/19 - Cool, its started to get a bit chilly outside - as ever, our awesome firepit is keeping everyone warm when they are not out playing lasertag or paintball (both generate a lot of heat) and the big fire really adds to the winter atmosphere...
07/12/18 - With Christmas just arround the corner we have some new kids paintballing dates just listed in the kids paintball section, time to get planning for early next year...
17/11/18 - Just about recovered from last weeks apic "Stalingrad" Scenario Paintball event - we hosted 120 awesome scenario paintballers who re-enacted battles from WW2 with tanks and artilery, this year, the Germans won...
30/10/18 - Wow, just entertained our annual Police Cadet Paintballing day, 150 cadets all playing paintball in a tournament style paintball game, and it was sunny this year whicj is very rare for the cadets...
18/10/18 - Just finished a big re-paint and tidy up of the the cool Pirates Not Of the Karribean map - looking better than ever for the Lasertag and Paintball! 22/09/18 - Website disaster!!! As ever, things move fast in the world of websites and we`ve just had to re-code all of our website, what a pain! 31/08/18 - Not enough blog posts this month - took a couple of weeks away to enjoy the summer - new kids paintballing dates have just been uploaded.
31/07/18 - Apologies to anyone who found a few glitches on the website last week - we changed to a more secure server and it caused a few glitches, didn`t effect the weeks awesome paintballing though, as it was full in with end of school year parties!
20/07/18 - Found some time this week to get a team on the popular "A Bridge Not Too Far" paintballing map - the intense play on this field was starting to add up and its now refreshed and ready to go!
04/07/18 - Seeing some rather epic cakes on the Paintballing and Lasetag parties, must re-create the cake of the month competion sometime soon! 26/06/18 - Just finished the full re-build of the popular Lasertag and Paintball map "Pirates not of the Karribean" - has takem a lot of work but is now like new, plus there`s a parrot as well...
21/06/18 - Looks like the new Lasertag map, Jurasik Parc, will have a giant Triceratops taking up pride of place - very cool, plus its my favourate dinosaur...
11/06/18 - Cool, the bounty hunter Boba Fett just dropped in on the Starr Warrs lasertag map, looking for Han Solo - more details coming soon...
02/06/18 - After much tought and discussion, we are about to build a cool new Lasertag map - Jurask Parc - featuring, you guessed it, a dinosaur park theme, more details coming soon... how do I build a dinosaur...
22/05/18 - I think we set a new record with the number of super giant hotdogs served on Saturday - a finger licking 135 hotdogs were gobbled up by the paintballers and lasertaggers!
15/05/18 - Latest kids paintballing dates now listed on our kids Paintball section.
06/05/18 - Wow, just check out our latest pics on our facebook page - the woodland is looking stunning, unlike the paintballing stags who look a bit blasted....
14/04/18 - Longest winter ever finally over - yep, no more snow, freezing rain or low temperatures, with a busy week of paintballing and lasertag ahead of us theres some long overdue sunshine ahead!
27/03/18 - Bluebells! After a slow start to Spring, the Lasertag and Paintball maps are coming up awash with our yearly Spring crop of bluebells - just great to see!
16/03/18 - Alas the Land Rover has finally died and is off to a restorer in the Midlands for a new lease of life, we have a new Paintball truck being painted as we speak.
08/03/18 - With the snow gone the full damage the big freeze caused could be seen - 7 blown pipes in the toilets, flooded kitchen, blown standpipes - all dealt with as weare kind o used to this over winter, just not on that scale!
29/02/18 - OK. the snow kind of sucks, but its due to be gone by the weekend and the roads are good apart from first thing in the morning so this weekends Paintball and Lasertag are looking good.
20/02/18 - Great news, the xwing Starfighter is back up and running in our "Forest Of Blendor" lasertag field - took a lot more work than expected though!
13/02/18 - Wow, the X-wing Starfighter really took beating in a recent storm and really does look like it crash landed, a full rebuild of this awesome lasertag feature is underway, should be finished in the next week or two with the "Forest of Blendor" Starr Warrs Lasertag map back in play as soon as possible.