CARDIFF PREMIER VENUE; Penllyn, Cowbridge CF71 7RQ
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At the start of the day you'll be issued with all the equipment you'll need. Combat clothing, a full face mask and goggles, protective head cover and of course your weapon.All of our guns are the latest Paintball markers the Tippman FT50's powered by compressed air, our guns have all recently been updated and we are currently the only site not only in the UK but in Europe to have the Tippman FT50'sUsing state of the art technology, the guns fire further, and straighter with a lighter smaller pellet, unlike other guns, will not bruise or mark the skin, or leave unsightly marks. We are aware that people have been put off playing paintball because of the "pain" element, this new equipment puts back all the fun in playing paintball.We will also provide you with an allocation of paint pellets. Further paint pellets can be purchased as can smoke grenades, paint grenades, jelly grenades and a few other delightful items with which to wreak havoc amongst your 'enemy'. We'll keep a running tally of your ammo usage and tot it up at the end of the day. The air to run your gun is free of charge
Here at our Cardiffvenue in Vale of Glamorgan we offer paintball and Lasertag. You can choose from a variety of packages for fun days out, birthday parties, stag & hen groups, corporate team building and school and Scout activity days.
How to find us from Cardiff
Travel along the M4 Motorway, leave at junction 33 and follow the A4232 link road towards Cardiff. (Go past the small turn off to the Welsh Folk Museum.) Leave the dual carriageway at the first main junction (sign posted to Culverhouse Cross, Barry, Cardiff Airport, at the roundabout take the 4th exit onto the A48 towards Cowbridge.
If travelling from around Cardiff take the A48 out of the town to Culverhouse Cross roundabout and get onto the A48 towards Cowbridge.
Follow the A48 through St Nicholas, Bonvilston and St. Hillary, and onto the Cowbridge by-pass. At the end of the Cowbridge by-pass take the first turning on the right, (you will see brown tourism signs directing you to Taskforce from this junction). The site entrance is accessed through the first gates on the right hand side, TASKFORCE signs are situated by the gates.
Directions from Swansea
Take the M4 to junction 35, and then follow the A473 towards Bridgend, at the second roundabout take the A48 towards Cowbridge. Continue past the junction on the right for Llantwit Major and go down the hill into a dip and turn left at the bottom of the dip sign posted to Penllyn. The entrance to the site is immediately on your right hand side and enters into a large field. TASKFORCE signs are situated by the gates.
Travel along the stone track through the field and park on the large stone area at the edge of the woods. Follow the track on foot into the woods to the first wooden hut, if this is unattended continue until you reach the safe area, where a Taskforce representative will meet you.Please do not drive on the grass once you enter the field, keep to the stone track