Action packed holidays that embrace every ability

Where we Stay

We're staying at these centres this year

Wingate Centre

The Wingate Centre

The Wingate Centre is in the village of Wrenbury which is near Nantwich in Cheshire. The centre is in the heart of the Cheshire countryside and has plenty of space outdoors for games and barbecues. It also has a very well equipped sports hall with a good range of equpiment for both disabled and non-disabled visitors.

Many of the activities will be away from the centre. Alton Towers, Chester and the seaside at Rhyl are all within reasonable travelling distance.

The rooms at Wingate House are arranged on two corridors and are all for two people. For more details, visit www.thewingatecentre.co.uk

Bendrigg Lodge

The Bendrigg Trust is a residential activity centre specialising in high quality courses for disabled and disadvantaged people, of any age or ability. It is situated in idyllic countryside, 7 miles southeast of Kendal, nestled between the Lake District and Yorkshire Dales.

The aim of the Trust is to promote integration, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the use of residential experience and the safe provision of adventurous outdoor activities. For more details, visit www.bendrigg.org.uk

Calvert Trust Lake District

The centre is located in the northern part of the Lake District National Park, four miles outside of Keswick. The accommodation is in a converted farmstead, built in traditional Cumbrian style, and set in two acres of ground at the foot of Skiddaw (3053ft/931m) and on the shores of Bassenthwaite Lake

It has a range of exciting and accessible activities for all out and about in the Lake District National Park as well as plenty of wet weather options The onsite facilities include social areas and specialist access equipment in a new designed suite of rooms.

For more details about the site, see their website: www.calvert-trust.org.uk

Pioneer Centre

Pioneer Centre

The centre is on the edge ofo the Wyre Forest in Shropshire. It's only an hour from Birmingham so we'll arrive there in plenty of time for lunch on the first day of our holiday.

There are loads of activities here: caving, climbing, zip-wire, abseiling, a high-ropes course, low-ropes course, archery, raft-building, orienteering, bridge building, disco, oh, and the food's fantastic!

Each bedroom has between 2 and 4 beds and there's plenty of indoor and outdoor space to relax in, when we're not asleep.

For more details, see their website: www.acuk.net/pioneer-centre

Hindleap Warren

Hindleap Warren

Hindleap Warren is in East Sussex, about 40 miles south of London. It's surrounded by a 300 acre wood and is the perfect place to make loads of noise.

The centre offers almost any activity you can think of: Obstacle course, Climbing, High ropes, Pool canoeing, Mining and Raft building. It has an indoor swimming pool, climbing wall, plenty of outdoor space and http://londonyouth.org/residential-centres/hindleap-warren/