The summer holidays are long – and if you’re looking for something fun and free to do with the kids, Quest might be the answer.
It’s a free adventure app that’s been designed by Canterbury digital creative agency Red Bullet to get outdoors, together and active.
Locate checkpoints, collect clues, solve puzzles and find your way to the end.
Just choose a Quest, download the app, enter your activation code and away you go; with the kids, on your own, with family or friends.
It’s for all ages and abilities and can be enjoyed walking, running or cycling. You can also stop and start, so if you don’t finish it, you can come back another day.
So far, there are a number of Quests to choose from in Kent:
Charles Dickens Rochester
Oare Gunpowder Works – Faversham
Fort Amherst, Chatham.
Whether you want coast, country or town, there is a Quest for you.
You can also licence your own Quest – Red Bullet currently partners with Park Holidays, UEA, and Medway Council, offering bespoke Quests to their guests.
Creative Director Gareth Payne, said: “The app has been particularly popular with families and with summer still here and the autumn weather fairly good, it’s a great time to use it.
“We are passionate that the great outdoors should be free to explore and any activity that enhances the experience for people should also be free, so we don’t charge – we just want people to get out and explore places while having fun too.”