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Hindleap Warren climbing wallHindleap Warren

Set in 300 acres of private woodland in the Ashdown Forest, Hindleap Warren works with nearly 10,000 children and young people every year. Many of the young people who visit Hindleap would not otherwise get the opportunity – especially young people from disadvantaged areas and young people with disabilities.

Your support is vital to ensuring we can continue to provide these exciting opportunities to young people and allow them to enjoy the benefits of outdoor education. Find out more about Hindleap Warren here.

If you are interested in supporting the work at Hindleap Warren, please get in touch with Fiona Humphreys, Centres Fundraiser, fiona.humphreys@londonyouth.org

children at Hindleap

Woodrow High House

Woodrow High House is a 17th century manor house, situated in 24 acres of ground on the edge of the Chiltern Hills. Each year, Woodrow High House creates memorable experiences for over 7,000 young people coming from schools, youth groups, charities, faith groups and many more.

Your support is crucial to ensuring we can continue to provide these experiences to young people for many more years to come.

Find out more about Woodrow High House here.

If you are interested in supporting the work at Woodrow High House, please get in touch with Fiona Humphreys, Centres Fundraiser, fiona.humphreys@londonyouth.org