“What you do here, works.”

Here at the Lake District Calvert Trust, we receive visitors from around the UK and beyond from a wide variety of schools, charity groups, clubs, individuals and families. We can cater for the majority of disabilities – from those with mild learning difficulties but who are fully ambulant, to those with profound and complex conditions.

We pride ourselves on being able to deliver a meaningful, fun and adventurous programme of activities suited to our visitors’ confidence and abilities. We structure our programmes depending on the nature of the group and number of participants.

Prices include fully catered accommodation (cooked breakfast, lunch and 3-course evening meal) all activities and associated transport during your stay. Please click here to read more about what is included in the cost.

We have a number of courses for different group types, for different durations:

Weekends (2 or 3 nights, Friday – Sunday or Monday with 2 full days of activities)

Midweeks (4 nights, Monday – Friday with 3 full days of activities)

Full weeks (7 nights, usually Saturday – Saturday with 6 full days of activities)

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Please note: all prices quoted are for EVERY person attending a course (service users, staff, care support etc) based on maximum occupancy of the rooms available.

Schools

Learning outside the classroom on a residential break with the Lake District Calvert Trust is great for pupils with special educational needs. In a fully adapted and safe environment they can develop their independence, realise their abilities and practice socials skills through challenging but achievable activities. The benefits of a residential stay remain long after the visit has finished and can provide impetus for continued physical exercise in everyday life, with us tailoring your course to help achieve your educational goals.

We price school groups from 12 people, then upwards in steps of 6 (ie 18, 24, 30 people etc) to a maximum of 60. The activity courses for school groups are usually run in groups of up to 12 people.

To book at ANY time of year, if we have availability, except over Christmas and New Year.

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Groups

Whether you are a disability charity, club or informal support network, the Lake District Calvert Trust can deliver an action-packed experience for your organisation. Our Group Courses allow adults and children with disabilities to enjoy adventurous activities in a challenging, safe and specially adapted environment. In addition to having fun in the company of friends, family, volunteers or support workers, these residential trips help those with disabilities in developing independence, realising abilities, practicing socials skills and, hopefully, providing the impetus for continued physical exercise in everyday life.

We price groups from 12 people, then upwards in steps of 6 (ie 18, 24, 30 people etc) to a maximum of 60. The activity courses for groups are usually run in groups of up to 12 people.

To book at ANY time of year, if we have availability, except over Christmas and New Year.

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Families

Taking place on set dates throughout the year to coincide with UK school holidays, these breaks allow the whole family to have fun and challenge themselves together in a safe and specially adapted environment.

You will take part in a set range of activities along with other family groups which provides for a social experience too, irrespective of age or disability.

Courses are also open to children with disabilities coming with non-familial adult care support, as our definition of a ‘Family’ is that one member of the group is under 18 and one has a disability – although this doesn’t have to be the same person.

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Adults

These fun and challenging activity breaks are aimed at adults with disabilities, allowing them to come to the Lake District Calvert Trust and take part in a range of set activities with their friends, partners, adult family members or care workers.

Taking place on a number of set dates throughout the year, these courses are also suitable for smaller groups coming from care or supported living organisations. We offer a range of dates matching you, where possible, with those of a similar disability, age or level of physical ability and adventurousness. We also offer ‘Buddy’ breaks for unaccompanied adults with low support needs and 'Young Adults' for courses run specifically for young adults between the ages of 16 - 25 years old, who have a disability.
The set date courses are run in groups of up to 12 people with other young adults.

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