It's a sports day designed for grown ups. Genius! Messing about is a must on a stag weekend. You don't want to be doing anything worthy or constructive. It's a time for horseplay and being irresponsible. Getting on it for the entire day is all very well and good but you will be steaming by 7pm. Kick off with something fun and a bit active like Reading Old School Sports Day. It'll break that ice and get everyone in the group talking to each other. And there's nothing like a little friendly competition between mates to stir up the adrenaline.
Unless it was sports day, in which case there were no lessons and no homework. The teachers couldn't be arsed with the rules and the sun usually shone so you got to spend the day mucking about on the sports field, eating sandwiches, drinking squash and running around.
Fancy dress is optional. But not for the stag! This is just too good an opportunity to pass up. Get in him short grey trousers, knee socks, black pumps, polo shirt, and a blazer made for a 10-year-old boy. The pictures will be utterly brilliant.
The venue is not too far from central Reading so you can do this and still have plenty of stag weekend left.
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