Adventure and Outdoor Fun for Adults
Up to 50% Bursary Funding Available
It has been tough times for everyone, and with light at the end of the tunnel, we are now ready to open and our office is available 9.00am to 5.00pm each weekday to answer any queries or process your booking. To help support your stay we have adjusted our terms and conditions, with no payment now due until 6 weeks prior to arrival for new bookings up to 17th July 2021.
Please contact the Bookings Team on 017687 72255 to discuss your requirements
“This place is a life changer, if you get offered the chance to go, take it, you will learn so much about yourself and others”
Adult courses are for those aged 18* or over who may be visiting the centre on their own or with a small group of other adults. The courses are of 3 different durations and run on set dates through the course of the year.
Weekends (3-nights, Friday – 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)
Participants may be an individual coming on their own and require no, or very low levels of support, or an adult who requires care support coming with a friend, family member, or professional carer. We ensure that everyone has a challenging and adventurous stay, while also having the opportunity to socialise and make full use of our facilities. Where possible we match different ages and physical abilities in activity groups together**.
*Our Young Adults courses can accommodate 16 & 17 years olds, but they must come with a responsible adult irrespective of their disability or independence.
**We reserve the right to mix groups in instances of insufficient take-up
Please note: prices are for EVERY adult attending an Adult course (service users, care support etc) is based on 2 people sharing a twin room.
Benefits of Adult Adventure Breaks
Getting away from routine
Self-belief and confidence
for the first time, or returning to them after health issues meant they thought they could never do them again, the sense of achievement is immense.