The Ring – Free Drive-in Cinema Booking Code

September 19, 2017

The RING

The fourth film in our Free Horror Movie Series will be….

THE RING (US VERSION) – Cert 15 

The Ring

“It sounds like just another urban legend – a videotape filled with nightmarish images leads to a phone call foretelling the viewer’s death in exactly seven days. Newspaper reporter Rachel Keller (Naomi Watts) is skeptical of the story until four teenagers all die mysteriously exactly one week after watching just such a tape. Allowing her investigative curiosity to get the better of her, Rachel tracks down the video and watches it. Now she has just seven days to unravel the mystery.”

This horror classic will be screened on the 23rd September 2017, 9PM at our Drive-In Cinema near Chepstow.

To book your FREE Drive-In Cinema tickets please visit the link below and use the redemption code VHSCURSE 

BOOK FREE CINEMA TICKETS HERE »

This film is part of a series of FREE horror movie screenings at our Drive-In Cinema. They are to celebrate the launch of FearFest-Evil​ and to get you in the mood for horror!

Every Saturday during September we are screening a classic horror movie at 9pm for free – That’s five free nights of horror!!

To book your free tickets you will need a redemption code. These will be released on our social media channels.

The films will be screened at our Drive-In Cinema, Chepstow at 9pm on the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th September 2017. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Entry limited to one car per booking.

 

A Nightmare on Elm Street – Free Drive-in Movie Booking Code

September 12, 2017

A Nightmare on Elm Street

The third film in our Free Horror Movie Series will be….

A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET (Cert 18) 

A Nightmare on Elm Street

“In Wes Craven’s classic slasher film, several Midwestern teenagers fall prey to Freddy Krueger, a disfigured midnight mangler who preys on the teenagers in their dreams – which, in turn, kills them in reality.

After investigating the phenomenon, Nancy begins to suspect that a dark secret kept by her and her friends’ parents may be the key to unraveling the mystery, but can Nancy and her boyfriend Glen solve the puzzle before it’s too late?”

This 1980’s horror classic will be screened at our Drive-In Cinema near Chepstow on the 16th September 2017, 9PM .

To book your FREE Drive-In Cinema tickets please visit the link below and use the redemption code FREDDY

BOOK FREE CINEMA TICKETS HERE »

This film is part of a series of FREE horror movie screenings at our Drive-In Cinema. They are to celebrate the launch of FearFest-Evil​ and to get you in the mood for horror!

Every Saturday during September we are screening a classic horror movie at 9pm for free – That’s five free nights of horror!!

To book your free tickets you will need a redemption code. These will be released on our social media channels.

The films will be screened at our Drive-In Cinema, Chepstow at 9pm on the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th September 2017. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Entry limited to one car per booking.

 

Free Horror Movie #2 Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

September 4, 2017

Halloween H20 Free Drive-In Screening

 

The second film in our free horror movie series is the terrifying Halloween H20: 20 Years Later

Two decades after surviving a massacre on October 31, 1978, former baby sitter Laurie Strode (Jamie Lee Curtis) finds herself hunted by persistent knife-wielder Michael Myers. Laurie now lives in Northern California under an assumed name, where she works as the headmistress of a private school. But it’s not far enough to escape Myers, who soon discovers her whereabouts. As Halloween descends upon Laurie’s peaceful community, a feeling of dread weighs upon her — with good reason.

This fantastic horror movie, considered to be one of the best in the franchise, will be screened at our Drive-In Cinema near Chepstow on Saturday 9th September 2017 at 9PM

To book your FREE Drive-In Cinema tickets just visit the link below and enter the redemption code MYERS78

Free cinema screening of the horror film Halloween H20: 20 Years LaterBOOK FREE CINEMA TICKETS HERE »

This film is part of a series of FREE horror movie screenings at our Drive-In Cinema. They are to celebrate the launch of FearFest-Evil​ and to get you in the mood for horror!

Every Saturday during September we are screening a classic horror movie at 9pm for free – That’s five free nights of horror!!

To book your free tickets you will need a redemption code. These will be released on our social media channels.

The films will be screened at our Drive-In Cinema, Chepstow at 9pm on the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th September 2017. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Entry limited to one car per booking.

 

24 Hour Scuba Dive – Underwater Marathon in Aid of Headway Brain Injury Charity (16th & 17th September 2017)

September 1, 2017

24 Hour Scuba

Two scuba divers who survived devastating brain injuries are to lead a 24-hour underwater scubathon to raise funds for a charity which helps people who have suffered a brain injury.

Members of Cheltenham Sub-Aqua Club, regular visitors to the National Diving & Activity Centre, will work as a relay team to spend a full day underwater led by divers James Neal and Neal Breeden.

Over the weekend 16th & 17th September we will also be holding a demonstration day and raffle with prizes from Apeks, Suunto, Fourth Element, Maxshow, Sea & Sea and Fathom Outdoors. We also have 3 dive computers donated to the NDAC Shop by Suunto where all the money from the sale will go towards the fundraising. There are more prizes to follow and tickets are available from the NDAC shop.

On the demo days we have Liquid SportsMares, SSI , Sea & Sea, TDI, Fourth Element and Maxshow.

Headway Brain Injury CharityJames, 47, a technical diver and instructor from Symonds Yat, in the Wye Valley, suffered a devastating subarachnoid haemorrhage following the rupture of an undiagnosed aneurysm, which led to a grade four bleed on the brain.

Neal, 48, Cheltenham SAC’s secretary also survived a brain injury, after suffering a major stroke nearly ten years ago, in 2008, which left him needing to use a wheelchair.

Now the pair are organising the scubathon in aid of UK brain injury charity Headway, which supported James during his initial recovery. They hope to raise in excess of £5000.

The dive will begin on Saturday 16th September and finish at midday on Sunday 17th September, at the National Diving and Activity Centre in Chepstow.

James says, as well as supporting Headway, he wants to raise awareness of brain injuries and highlight some of the prejudices that go hand in hand with what is described as an ‘invisible disability’.

After he was treated, James, who ran his own business, says all he wanted to do was get back in the water and enjoy scuba diving again. That desire drove his initial rehabilitation.

24 hour scuba challengeHe said: “I was able to return to some level of fitness and get back in the water but I had a great deal of support from my scuba diving friends. Without Cheltenham Sub Aqua Club my life would have become very lonely. I owe them an enormous debt of gratitude.


“I suffered a subarachnoid haemorrhage and whilst I might appear completely recovered on the outside, you can’t and don’t see what I have to deal with, or understand the problems I face, on a daily basis.


“I’m learning to manage my condition but it’s still difficult and I have suffered some horrendous discrimination as a result of people not understanding my disability. But Cheltenham Sub Aqua Club has remained a constant in my post injury life. I don’t know what I would have done without them.


“I suffer terribly from fatigue. Immediately after the injury I was able to stay conscious for perhaps 20 minutes at a time. Now as the day goes on I get more and more fatigued. And there is a huge difference between tiredness and fatigue.


“If you are tired you can keep going. With fatigue you can’t and your body starts to shut down. You become irritable and lose the ability to think straight. Eventually you will lose consciousness. That’s not falling asleep!”

He added: “Brain injuries not only change your life but also your personality. You wake up a different person.”


“If you suffer a head or brain injury it can take a long, long time to recover and in fact you might never recover, at least not fully.

Neal, who worked as an upholsterer before suffering his major stroke when he was just 39, says Headway is an amazing organisation that few people will have heard of.

He said: “When James had his haemorrhage he did experience some real issues from people who just didn’t understand because of their ignorance. People who he thought were his friends turned on him and blatantly discriminated against him. It was horrible to witness, I can’t begin to imagine how it made him feel. Look at a person with crutches or a wheelchair and the disability is obvious. But you can’t easily see a subarachnoid haemorrhage.”


“James and I dive together a great deal and understand each other and our respective limitations in a way perhaps other people don’t. We know what makes each other tick. It’s a very special bond that only  people that have been through what we have could ever really understand.”

He added: “Hopefully we will raise a good deal of money for Headway; the whole club is behind the event. And divers from across the country are supporting us.

Ali Hendley, Manager at Headway Gloucestershire, said the money raised by the underwater scubathon would be very valuable and said: “Giving brain injury survivors the chance to re-learn old skills and develop new ones is what Headway is all about.

To sponsor Cheltenham Sub Aqua Club visit:

https://mydonate.bt.com/teams/csac24

Further Details

Cheltenham Sub Aqua Club
Cheltenham SAC Website
Cheltenham SAC Facebook

Headway
Headway Twitter
Headway Website
Headway Facebook

 

 

Opening Times for Diving & Activities during FearFest-Evil

August 31, 2017

FearFest-Evil our live Halloween Horror Event will be operating on the NDAC site on selected dates during October 2017.

FearFest-EvilDuring this time Scuba Diving will start an hour earlier than usual and all activities will finish at 2:30PM to allow us time to setup for the event.

The full list of opening times are:

•  Thu 12th Oct – 8:30 – 2:30

•  Fri 13th Oct – 8:30 – 2:30

 •  Sat 14th Oct – 7:00 – 2:30

 •  Sun 15th Oct – 7:00 – 2:30

 •  Fri 20th Oct – 8:30 – 2:30

 •  Sat 21st Oct – 7:00 – 2:30

 •  Sun 22nd Oct – 7:00 – 2:30

 •  Fri 27th Oct – 8:30 – 2:30

 •  Sat 28th Oct – 7:00 – 2:30

 •  Sun 29th Oct – 7:00 – 2:30

All dates – The last bus will be 1:30pm, divers must be out of the water by 2:30pm and the site must be cleared by 3:30pm by all members of the public.

We apologise for any inconvenience and hope that you will join us for what will be a set of fantastic nights out.

For full details of the horror event, please visit the FearFest-Evil website »

Please note that the site will not be opening Monday to Wednesday during the October Half-Term.

Diving & Activity Times During FearFest-Evil

 

Our First Free Horror Film is Friday the 13th Part 3

August 28, 2017

 

Friday 13th part 3

The first film in our free horror movie series is the 80’s classic Friday the 13th Part 3

The third instalment in the Friday the 13th series picks up on the day after the carnage with homicidal maniac Jason Voorhees ruining a great weekend for a group of friends staying at a lake house, a biker gang, and pretty much anyone that crosses his path!

This benchmark of horror movies will be screened at our Drive-In Cinema near Chepstow on Saturday 2nd September 2017 at 9PM

To book your FREE Drive-In Cinema tickets just visit the link below and enter the redemption code JASON3

BOOK FREE CINEMA TICKETS HERE »

This film is part of a series of FREE horror movie screenings at our Drive-In Cinema. They are to celebrate the launch of FearFest-Evil​ and to get you in the mood for horror!

Every Saturday during September we are screening a classic horror movie at 9pm for free – That’s five free nights of horror!!

To book your free tickets you will need a redemption code. These will be released on our social media channels.

The films will be screened at our Drive-In Cinema, Chepstow at 9pm on the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th September 2017. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Entry limited to one car per booking.

 

FREE Horror Movies at the Drive-In Cinema over September

August 23, 2017

Free Horror Movies at Drive-In Cinema
To celebrate the launch of FearFest-Evil​ and to get you in the mood for horror, we are hosting a series of FREE horror movie screenings at our Drive-In Cinema in Chepstow.

Every Saturday during September we will be screening a classic horror movie at 9pm for free – That’s five free nights of horror!!

To book your free tickets to the Drive-In Cinema you will need a redemption code. We will be releasing these codes, along with the film names, on the FearFest-Evil social media channels.

For now, block out the September Saturday nights in your diaries, share this post with your friends and make sure you are following FearFest-Evil on our Social Media channels for the horror cinema redemption codes.

•  Facebook @FearFestEvilChepstow

•  Twitter @fearfest_evil

•  Instagram @fearfest_evil

Film Screenings

2nd Sept 17 at 9pm |Friday the 13th Part 3 (1982) | Cert 18 | Code JASON3

9th Sept 17 at 9pm | Halloween H20: 20 Years Later  | Cert 18| MYERS78

16th Sept 17 at 9pm | Nightmare on Elm Street (1984 Original)  | Cert 18 | Code FREDDY

23rd Sept 17 at 9pm | The Ring (US Version)  | Cert 15

30th Sept 17 at 9pm | The Exorcism of Emily Rose  | Cert 15

The films will be screened at our Drive-In Cinema, Chepstow at 9pm on the 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th September 2017. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Entry limited to one car per booking.

 

The Wire Zip Slide & Giant 3G Swing open 6 days a week over School Summer Holidays

August 2, 2017

The Giant 3G Swing and Wire Zip Slide will be open 6 days a week throughout the School Summer Holidays.

The Giant 3G Swing ChepstowThe Giant 3G Swing and Wire Zip Slide will be open 6 days a week throughout the School Summer Holidays. These activities will be available every day of the week except Wednesdays.

These special opening times will run from Monday 21st July until Sunday 3rd September, before returning to normal opening days/times.

• Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday: 0930 – 1700

• Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday 0800 – 1800

The Wire Zip Slide

The Wire is one of the UK’s longest, tallest and fastest zip slides, running the 700 metre length of the spectacular NDAC Quarry.

Launch yourself from the 70m high cliff edge and speed along the length of our 80m deep flooded quarry.

Reaching speeds up to 40 miles per hour this exhilarating ride will take your breath away!

The Giant 3G Swing

The Giant 3G Swing is our latest attraction and for only £19 you can experience weightlessness 245 feet in the air on our ultimate adrenaline-pumping blast!

If you dare, you’ll be strapped into the Giant 3G Swing, hoisted 50ft up into the air and slowly pulled back to the release point…

Then it is down to one of you to pull the ripcord!

After the initial terrifying drop, you’ll launch into the air, feeling the G-force as you swing up into the sky, 245ft over the steep quarry edges of the UK’s Deepest Inland Dive Site.

You will then be momentarily weightless before accelerating through double gravity as you level out at the bottom.

You will continue to swing several times until our experienced staff bring you to a halt and carefully lower you down to the ground.

 

You must be aged over 12 years and taller than 1.3m to ride The Wire/Swing. If under 16 you need to be accompanied by an adult/guardian. Maximum weight limit is 120kg (18.8 stone), Lower Limit is 20kg (3.15 stone). Full T&C»

Book a place on the Wire Zip Slide

 

The Wire Zip Slide Chepstow

August 2017

Tuesday 1 August

Open
(School Summer Holidays)

Wednesday 2 August

Closed

Thursday 3 August

Open
(School Summer Holidays)

Friday 4 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Saturday 5 August

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Sunday 6 August

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Monday 7 August

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Tuesday 8 August

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Wednesday 9 August

Closed

Thursday 10 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Friday 11 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Saturday 12 August

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Sunday 13 August

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Monday 14 August

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Tuesday 15 August

Open
(School Summer Holidays)

Wednesday 16 August

Closed

Thursday 17 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Friday 18 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Saturday 19 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Sunday 20 August

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Monday 21 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Tuesday 22 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Wednesday 23 August

Closed

Thursday 24 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Friday 25 August

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Saturday 26 August

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Sunday 27 August

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Monday 28 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Tuesday 29 August

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(School Summer Holidays)

Wednesday 30 August

Closed

Book a place on the Wire Zip Slide

September 2017

Friday 1 September

Open
(School Summer Holidays)

Saturday 2 September

Open

Sunday 3 September

Open

Book a place on the Wire Zip Slide

 

FearFest-Evil Teaser Trailer Released

July 28, 2017

Here’s the 80’s Horror Movie inspired teaser trailer for the 2017 FearFest-Evil Halloween Horror Event!

 

FearFest-Evil Halloween Horror Event near ChepstowGo full screen, turn up the sound and bask in the 80’s horror!

FearFest-Evil is a live Halloween horror event running for selected nights in October, from Friday the 13th and including Halloween.

The immersive and interactive event includes the ‘Trilogy of Horrors‘ spread over a disused limestone quarry, historic railway line and surrounding haunted woodland near Chepstow. Each area has multiple scare zones with monsters, night creatures and lots of terrifying surprises!

We also have a live Freak Show, ‘The CarnEvil of the Bizarre‘, featuring acts from the world famous Circus of Horrors.

For the adrenalin junkies we’ve the Hangman’s Swing – a terrifying attraction 245 feet in the air or the 700m long Death Slide over the cold waters of our 80m deep quarry.
There will also be audience participation shows from Psychic Mediums passing on messages from loved ones that have passed over.

BBQ’s, hog roast and undead cocktails are available on-site from the View Cafe Bar as well as accommodation options in our Wooden Wigwam Cabins as part of a ‘RIP – Rest In Peace‘ upgrade.

There are three FearFest-Evil Packages to suit all budgets and tolerance to scares!

•  Live Show Only

•  Standard Scare Package

•  Premium Extreme Package 

FearFest-Evil is strictly for ages 16+ and not for those of a nervous disposition.

Follow FearFest-Evil for the latest news and updates

Website & Tickets: http://www.fearfest-evil.co.uk/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FearFestEvilChepstow/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/fearfest_evil
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fearfest_evil/

 

Open for Scuba Diving During School Summer Holidays 2017

July 27, 2017

Summer Scuba Diving NDAC

The National Diving & Activity Centre will be open for Scuba Diving throughout the School Summer Holidays, Monday to Sunday.

These special opening times will run from Monday 21st July until Sunday 3rd September, before returning to normal opening days/times.

• Monday to Friday: 0930 – 1700

• Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holiday Monday 0800 – 1800

We look forward to seeing you in the water!

 

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