DEAN, UK October 2 2011:
Liz and Tony Davis, started operating a few years ago
from a 40 acre farm in the Forest of Dean,
"Following a mobile event for our
Tourist Association we were approached
by The National Star College in Cheltenham to look at
running events for disabled students using Battlefield
The College has expertise in working with young people
with physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries and
associated learning difficulties.
"We've run events in the sports hall using Battlefield
We taped the gaming guns to
wheelchairs, strapped them to walking
frames and enlisted the help of carers to support
operating the guns where students had severe physical
These events turned out to be a great success.
soon realized that despite their disabilities
they had found something which wasn't out of bounds to
them as so many other activities are.
provides the perfect equipment
for events with disabled groups because the guns are
robust, can be configured to suit the participants
abilities and are completely safe
without the need for face or body protection.
"We find running events for the disabled really
rewarding as well as really good fun. We have now
started working with other disadvantaged groups such as
fostering organizations and young carers and have had
tremendous feedback that has provided great
opportunities to expand our Operations."