Hen Weekends have been hit like never before and we are living in a very different world at the moment. But we are starting to get back to a new normal and events are starting to take place. So, if you are looking for ideas so you can get your hen party back on track, then we have lots of ideas for you. We know that the weather is starting to change but we still have time to get in outdoor events, and even if it is cold and wet you just need the right clothing to enjoy the great outdoors.
We also have indoor events that we can run socially distanced, so you can enjoy with your hens and stay safe. Your hen do may look different then how you imagined, but you can still have a hen and you can still enjoy time with your friends and celebrate your upcoming nuptials.
Here are a few ideas for Socially Distanced Hen Weekends
It’s a Knockout, Totally Wiped Out and Total Knockout.
These are our amazing inflatable games and as they are outdoor events, they are safe to play. These events have always had outstanding feedback and our hens have loved them and now they are even more popular. So why not get foamy with your hens and see who can win over these inflatable games.
This is another one of our really popular hen activities and is guanuteed to put a smile on all the girls faces. Yes, ladies you get to learn how to draw a naked male model, this will be a hen activity that will be remembered and talked about for years to come. It’s a great activity to make up for lost time and get all the ladies into the hen party mood.
Another outdoor event that will get all the ladies enjoying the great outdoors. With a huge range of different activities that you can all take part in; your friends will surprise you with their hidden talents. Who can drive a quad like Lewis Hamilton, who can shoot a target like a sniper, and who can drive around the course like the stig?
Ladies we have lots more ideas for socially distanced hen weekends, so why not give us a call today so we can find the perfect solution so you can still enjoy your hen party.
Date Posted: Monday 31st August 2020 Author: Jenna Halford
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