- Hindleap Warren
- Woodrow High House
Set in 300 acres of private woodland in the Ashdown Forest, Hindleap works with nearly 10,000 children and young people every year, supporting and challenging them to be the best they can be. We provide residential and day courses opportunities for children and young people from schools, youth groups and organisations that work with young people with additional needs.
Through a combination of outdoor activities and the inherent benefits of attending a residential centre, young people are given the opportunity to develop their social and emotional capabilities. A trip to Hindleap offers young people the chance to improve their confidence, develop leadership skills, become more determined, and create positive relationships with their peers.
Hindleap Warren offers a wide range outdoor adventurous activities, including; high ropes courses, bushcraft, canoeing & kayaking, rock climbing, obstacle course and team building challenges. Our activity programming team will work with your organisation to build a bespoke course, working towards the desired outcomes for the trip.
Hindleap Warren holds the Gold Standard by AHOEC, is AALA registered, LOTC certified and holds the AAIAC Adventuremark. Hindleap has also achieved Level 2: Indication of Impact Award from Project Oracle. This award demonstrates that Hindleap measures its impact and can provide evidence of the outcomes achieved from a visit to the centre.
If you would like to find out more about what Hindleap can offer, please contact Ben Burt or Eleanor Beeton on 01342 822625.
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