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Staying Safe at Alive Outside

Participating in Activities at Alive Outside: Understanding the Risks and Staying Safe

The Alive Outside Adventure Centre is based in Killruddery Estate, a large, vast working farm, which is home to a wide variety of plants and animals, both domestic and wild.

Alive Outside encourages all parents/guardians to be aware of the symptoms of infectious diseases that can be acquired through contact with wild or domestic animals or their environs.

In the unlikely event of your child developing any symptoms after their visit to the Alive Outside Adventure Centre, you should see a medical professional immediately.

By allowing your child to visit the Adventure Centre, you agree to the risks associated with taking part in activities located in the natural habitat of these plants and animals. Alive Outside does not accept liability for any illness contracted – everyone takes part at their own risk.

For more information, please read the following factsheets from the HSE:


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