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Hatchet Harry’s is an axe throwing venue based in Liverpool city centre. Hatchet Harry’s introduces the competitive social sport to the mix.
It is still open and will continue to be throughout Liverpool lockdown.
Managing Directors of Hatchet Harry’s Jack Beadle, 32, and Richard Bridge, 32, are optimistic in the face of business worries and confident they can provide jobs for the city.
They also have faith people will enjoy the competitive social sport after being cooped up for 3 months: “I think the people we target are looking for stuff to do, they’re bored, coming out of lockdown, they’re sick of being locked up. They’re quite happy to go to bars, go to leisure and enjoy themselves again after being cooped up for three months, some with 80% pay and nothing to spend it on. No holidays this year, so they’re looking for stuff to do in the UK,” Beadle says.
Axe throwing leagues – the next big thing? Axe throwing is set to be a new trend as people are looking for new experiences after lockdown. The top 3 bookings for Hatchet Harry’s venues are Stag Dos, date nights and birthday parties.
Hatchet Harry’s make axe throwing safe and fun. Hatchet Harry’s always put the safety of customers first. They have implemented these measures to protect customers from Covid-19: They provide hand sanitizer throughout the venue, each lane is caged off with plexiglass barriers and each customer is provided with their own axe wiped clean and sanitized before and after each session. Masks are not compulsory for customers but instructors will wear them.
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