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Ministry of Mischief2019-12-03T11:50:53+00:00

Ministry of Mischief

Are you up for the challenge?

This summer, we’ll be serving up a healthy portion of subterfuge at the Ministry of Mischief. You’ll find an array of Superweek games, but there will also be plenty of team challenges with a sneaky twist, so you and your group will need to be crammed with cunning, stuffed with stealthy-ness, and dosed-up with deviousness. You will have the opportunity to take on some missions in the field: Edgmond Hall sits in 45 acres of prime sneaking territory. We are excited to welcome you to your new role as an uncivil servant.

Date:1st - 8th August 2020
Age:8 -14 years
Location:Edgmond Hall
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In previous years we have…

We have so much fun up our sleeves that we never run the same week twice, so every Superweek is entirely unique. Here are some highlights from similar Superweeks in the past:

  • Cooked for the rest of the holiday

  • Slept outside in shelter we built ourselves

  • Had a live band on the last night

  • Gone on an all day expedition and found fish and chips waiting when we got home

  • Made a vlog of the week to keep as a diary

  • Had week long competitions running with the other groups

 

Edgmond Hall: Our Home for the Week

A Georgian House sat in 45 acre-grounds just outside Newport in Shropshire. Edgmond Hall was once a working farm, and now boasts games rooms, group spaces and hideaways inside, and brilliant woods, playgrounds, and even a bonfire pitch outside.

Why Superweeks?

  • Full bed and board in beautiful, carefully selected centres

  • Unique games and activities, honed over half a century

  • Round the clock care and supervision from diligent, well-trained staff

  • An exciting day trip

  • Accompanied travel to and from 18 Travel points across the UK

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“They have learnt so much, and keep talking fondly and excitedly about people – both children and adults – , places, songs, the snug, the day trip, the food and the many other wonderful memories they have from their week – as well as plans of where and when their next Superweek will be.”

-Parent