Want a Nerf party in Sheffield?

So this site is particularly for people from West Yorkshire… but we’ll even help you out if you’re from South Yorkshire as well!

Nerf Parties Sheffield run Nerf wars at parties and events in South Yorkshire! Click the thumbnail below to go there!

Nerf Parties Sheffield!
Have a Nerf War at your kids Birthday Party in Sheffield from only £120 for 30 participants including blasters, darts, eye protection, a mobile Nerf arena and a GamesMaster to run your Nerf Party Games!



How to fix your broken Nerf guns with corroded batteries

Broken Nerf gun stopping you from Nerfing in Leeds?

If it’s a battery corrosion problem, we’ve got you covered!

For blue or white corrosion:

Simply dab affected area with vinegar or another acidic liquid and clean off again as in this video:

For orange corrosion, it’s a little more involved.

You might have to swap the affected contact out and cut springs down because it’s rust doesn’t come off like the chemicals above!

Check out this video:


You can try scrubbing, but it might not make any difference!

Good luck and we look forward to seeing you at one of the regular Nerf events around Leeds!

Spotlight on Halifax Nerf Wars, West Yorkshire!

There are a lot of fun things to see and do in Halifax, west Yorkshire.

And there’s a list here. It’s a nice town full of nice things to do.

But what if you want to Nerf? We’ve got you covered…

Foam Dart Thunder run Nerf events in skate parks, looking like this:

Only, it’s at Mags on the Ramps skatepark in Halifax!

Hide and Shoot offers Nerfing action on Saturdays and Sundays. You can book here! This runs at the Rokt climbing centre.

There are also a host of mobile Nerf Party providers who serve halifax. For example, Xtreme Nerf Combat, Nerf Parties Leeds and even these guys, who’ll travel from the West Midlands, if you’d like that and these guys who run Nerf parties nationwide!

Team Building office Nerf Wars!

The idea of an office Nerf War is nothing new…

They’ve been going on for ten years, and the arms race  is getting ahead of itself!

Whilst some believe office Nerf wars to be controversial, others have really embraced the idea. In fact, they’ve more than embraced it.

justajolt, the Nerf YouTuber who runs Nerf Parties Leeds, helps to run regular Nerf event Grim Up Nerf, which comprises of inclusive open sessions for everyone, an older session for 11+ and finally, an Adult Nerf War for 16 plus where the big guns come out to play!

And it just so happens that Nerf Parties Leeds and Xtreme Nerf Combat to team building type things!

Take a look at some of this footage and we’ll hear from you soon!

Nerf War Game Mode Ideas

Check out these Nerf War classics:

  1. Free for all – Does what it says on the tin! The games runs for as long as desired, but we use it as an opportunity to make sure all participants know how to fire their blasters!
  2. Blob – When hit, Nerfers drop to one knee with one hand in the air. If another player high fives them, they become part of the same team, and must try to tag and high five other players to build their own team and steal other players! Play ends when all team members are on the same team. This game prepares Nerfers for…
  3. Team Freeze Tag – As above, except players are on teams, and only members of your team can revive you and bring you back to life by high fiving you. The game ends when all players from one team are down and out. GAME UPGRADE – Predator: the field contains one predator… an alien warrior which cannot see, but only hear. It can attack anyone who makes a noise and cannot die.
  4. Flux – Flux points on the ground must be turned over to be claimed by a team. A flux point is a flat object with each side the colour of the two different teams. When hit in this game, players must return directly to their base  with one hand in the air (without stopping to reload or doing anything which might make the other team think they’re still in!) to respawn and say “respawn 1, 2, 3!” whilst touching their base. The game ends when desired by the referee, and the team in control of the most flux points wins. GAME UPGRADE – The field contains one or two androids: players who cannot die, but must be controlled by other players in order to fight. They are controlled via a button in their back, which must be held down and orders must be given verbally. The android may not think for themselves, and only act when told to act.
  5. King of the Hill – One or two timers (chess timers are perfect!) are placed on the field. Teams must press the appropriate button on a timer to accumulate time in control of the timer. When hit, players must respawn as above. At the end of the game, the players with the most time counted up on their timer wins. GAME UPGRADE – Androids as above.
  6. Volleybomb – Several soft bombs are thrown onto the field. Teams must try to get these bombs into their opponent’s base area. They may carry, kick, throw, pass or volley the bomb. When hit, they must drop (not throw) the bomb and respawn as above. The game ends when desired and points are awarded as follows: Bomb in oponent’s base = 3 points; bomb in opponents half of the field = 1 point. Bombs moved after final whistle = -5 points to cheating team. GAME UPGRADE – Androids as above. GAME UPGRADE – Androids as above. Androids can carry bombs, but have to be told to release them.
  7. Humans Vs Zombies – You start with one original zombie (O.Z.) who is unarmed. They are trying to tag other players with their hands to spread the infection. If they do this, the player they tag puts down their blaster and is now a zombie playing by the same rules as the O.Z. If a zombie is hit by a Nerf dart, the stop, put one hand in the air and count, loudly, “1, 2, 3”, during which time they are stunned and may not more or tag other players. Zombies can infect any player at any time by tagging them. Reload when safe to do so. Game ends when their is either one, or no survivors! GAME UPGRADE – When tagged, humans go down on one knee with a hand in the air. If high fived by the O.Z., they become zombies. The humans start with one or two medics. If the medics high five a downed human, the human is healed and plays on as normal. Medics can be infected and turned into zombies.

Nerf War Ideas!

Here’s a playlist of Nerf War Ideas from sunny Leeds. Enjoy!

Nerf War Ideas!

Here’s a playlist of Nerf War Games and Nerf War ideas which we’ve used at Nerf Wars in Leeds!


Looking for a Nerf War Venue? Where to play Nerf Games in Leeds.

Nerf Wars run church halls, community centers, woodland, local parks, back gardens and leisure centers. Here is a list of some venues which Nerf Event organisers have used in the past:

Moorside Community Center, Bramley, Leeds Nerf Party and Nerf War Venue

Kirkstall Children’s Center, Leeds Nerf Party and Nerf War Venue

Outwood Memorial Hall, Wakefield Nerf Party and Nerf War Venue

North Cave Village Hall, East Ridings Nerf Party and Nerf War Venue

Sutton Upon Derwent Village Hall, York Nerf Party and Nerf War Venue

Bishop Wilton Village Hall, York Nerf Party and Nerf War Venue

Ashville Sports Centre, Harrogate Nerf Party and Nerf War Venue

All Saints Community Center, Hull Nerf Party and Nerf War Venue

Havercroft and Ryhill Sports and Youth Center, Havercroft Nerf Part and Nerf War Venue


Here’s the link to a page with pictures and videos of some of the above venues!

Updated Leeds Nerf Party Comparison Guide of Providers in Leeds

Action Zone Nerf Parties (mobile) run Nerf parties around Leeds (mobile)

Xtremenerfcombat do Nerf Parties in Lancashire. Not exactly Leeds and Bradford, but there it is! (mobile)

British Martial Arts Academy, LS7 and LS14 (fixed venue)

The Yorkshire Paintball Center offer Nerf Parties (fixed venue)

Laser Zone don’t run Nerf parties, but they’re similar enough to Nerf that I’ve provided a link! (fixed venue)

Again, out in Lancashire, but Base Dance do Nerf Gun Parties (fixed venue)

I’m not sure if they do Nerf Parties at Gulliver’s per se, but here it is so you can take a look anyway! (fixed)

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