Investment welcomed as work starts on Valley golf and rope centre - The Evesham Observer

Investment welcomed as work starts on Valley golf and rope centre

Evesham Editorial 1st Oct, 2022   0

WORK has begun to create an outdoor Aztec themed 18-hole adventure golf and high-rope centre at The Valley.

Leisure attraction specialists Greenspan Projects Limited moved in with diggers and are expected to complete the build by the end of this year, ready to launch early in 2023.

The attraction will be run by Worcester-based leisure operator Aztec Adventure, who recently launched the Evesham Leisure Centre climbing activitiy and run successful centres in Upton Warren and Lower Moor.

It will combine a high rope course above the adventure golf course and climax in a zip wire from the zenith of the high ropes.




Mark Spence, director at Aztec Adventure said: “We are passionate about all things outdoors and bringing people together to enjoy the fresh air and physical exercise.

“The project is truly unique and we think the experience, with the high ropes directly above the golf, will be awesome, we can’t wait to get started’


Situated just outside the town, The Valley welcomes more than 1.3million annual visitors, of which 1.1million travel from outside of the Evesham catchment from areas such as south Birmingham, Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and Gloucestershire.

The project was welcomed by Tom Tarver, chairman of newly-established group, Evesham Place Board, who said: “We welcome this significant investment into the local community from The Valley and Aztec Adventure.

“It will not only provide new jobs, but will increase inbound visitors from outside Evesham and Wychavon, which will benefit the town and the community as a whole.”

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