Nutley Edge Activity Break June

25th July 2018

Florence Voller writes:

In June, as the World Cup started, we enjoyed the Nutley Edge Sports and Outdoor Pursuits Activity Break. Our guests had a go at archery, bowling and glow-in-the dark crazy golf at Brighton Marina. There was time in between to enjoy the sunshine, explore Nutley Edge and take part in team games on site, run by Bel the local forestry instructor. As usual, our guests also celebrated the end of the holiday with a disco and karaoke which was heard across Ashdown Forest!

Nutley Edge will be running a number of other events during the rest of the year. In September, it will be running another Arts and Craft Activity Break, where guests will enjoy a week of art workshops and exhibition visits. There will also be time to explore East Sussex towns and countryside. Guests will have plenty to see and do! The Arts and Craft Activity Break runs from Monday 10th to Friday 14th September 2018.

In October, Nutley Edge will also run the Bonfire and Halloween Activity Break, where guests will enjoy a variety of activities including bowling, glow-in-the-dark crazy golf, Halloween mask- and decoration-making, and archery. The Bonfire and Halloween Activity Break runs from Monday 22nd to Friday 26th October 2018.

In November Nutley has added a General Activity Break, where guests will enjoy a variety of different activities over the week. This runs from Monday 19th to Friday 23rd November.

In early December, guests will get the chance to go Christmas shopping, visit Christmas fairs and make decorations to take home and put on their Christmas trees. This runs from Thursday 6th to Monday 10th December.

As always, the breaks include all accommodation, meals, activities, staff support (1:4 support ratio), sleep-in cover and transport. Both activity breaks each cost £780 per person.

If you know someone who would like to join Nutley Edge on an Activity Break, or just have a few questions, ring 020 8980 7101 or send an email to

You can see all the activity breaks on the Nutley website ( and watch the short film on YouTube at