In an attempt to become more active Reg & Pat embark on visit to an adventure park. What could possibly go wrong?

Reg is very overweight. Pat, his long suffering wife, is concerned. Together they make a promise to get out more and do more things. To have some fun.

The maze was the centerpiece of the park. It was an elaborate labyrinth of hedges, designed to challenge even the most experienced puzzle-solvers. Visitors would enter at one end, armed with a sense of adventure, and attempt to find their way to the other side.

The pathways twisted and turned, leading visitors in circles, dead-ends, and unexpected directions. It was easy to get lost, but the park had thought of everything. There were emergency exits strategically placed throughout the maze, and staff members stationed at key locations to offer assistance if needed.

Despite the challenges, visitors loved the maze. It was a unique attraction that offered a sense of accomplishment and adventure. Some visitors even made it a competition, seeing who could make it to the end the fastest.

As the sun began to set, the maze took on a new dimension. The hedges cast long shadows across the paths, and the sound of crickets filled the air.

The maze turns out to be a lot more than they bargained for. To escape its complexity they must undertake a number of challenges- physical challenges at that. Reg isn’t happy but tries to keep a lid on his growing despair. Pat is far from happy and let’s Reg know at every turn. The staff have gone home. Will they ever get out? Pat doesn’t think so!