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Enjoy a mystery adventure in Enniskillen this Summer

There’s a treasure hunt with a difference coming to Co Fermanagh Operation Elsewhere is coming to Enniskillen this August and it is described as a “rip-roaring mission of otherworldly encounters and fun”. Each adventure lasts an hour and the minimum age to take part is 8 years.  Organisers say it is a cross between an extreme treasure hunt and an extraordinary adventure, with the audience becoming part of a madcap world hidden in plain sight, right in the middle of the ordinary, everyday life set across locations in Enniskillen town centre.
Presented by Big Telly, Enniskillen BID & FODC, Operation Elsewhere is currently seeking operatives to take part.

They said: “Interest in saving others desirable. Inter-world travel opportunities guaranteed. Full training provided. Craic included in terms & conditions. Further details on application. Look out for Big Telly’s portable theatre on your journey!”  Noelle , from Enniskillen BID , said: “This is such a unique activity to have in Enniskillen and the Big Telly Company are amazingly creative. I know that everyone who takes part will enjoy every second. Who doesn’t want to be a secret spy for even just a short while?”

Bryony May from Fermanagh & Omagh District Council commented “We are delighted to work with Enniskillen BID to bring Operation Elsewhere in our lovely town. This fun, interactive quest will send participants on an adventure around the town which will offer a unique entertainment experience and we would encourage people to take part and have fun.  Teams depart from The Diamond on Friday, August 10, and Saturday, August 11: 12.30pm -4.15pm. Time slots available at 15 minute intervals. Cost is £5 per person with special rate of £18 for five! . Those taking part are asked to dress appropriately for this outdoor quest as it is navigated by foot.

Booking essential, visit www.experience-enniskillen.com for further details.

SPONSORED CONTENT BY; ENNISKILLEN BID

 


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