Category Archives: Organisations

Bronze Expedition Options Trial

The DofE are currently running a trial to alter elements of the expedition section aimed at making the bronze award more accessible to young people and schools. We’re offering Licensed Organisations five new options as part of a UK-wide trial, which you … Continue reading

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YHA School Trips – Brilliant Residentials

More information available from: Michael Sabin, Group Sales Manager, YHA England & Wales, Trevelyan House, Dimple Road, Matlock, Derbyshire, DE4 3YH. Tel: 01629 592705 Mobile: 0784 3344646 Web: http://www.yha.org.uk

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New YHA School Trips Brochure

Jam-packed with the latest packages, self-led residentials, bolt-on activities, and news from YHA School Trips, our new brochure provides the information you need to start planning a brilliant residential. Download your copy today. Download a copy of the new YHS … Continue reading

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Outward Bound Trust Bursaries Available

Financial support of up to 40% for residential visits As an educational charity, we work hard to make the outdoors accessible to as many young people as possible through our charitable subsidies and bursary scheme. Thanks to the generous support … Continue reading

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YHA 2016/17 Impact Report: Transforming Lives

This year we welcomed 4,158 schools and youth groups on one of our life-changing residentials. More than 140,000 young people stayed with us as part of these groups. Our 2016/17 Impact Report is now available and we think you’ll find … Continue reading

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YHA Familiarisation Visits – YHA Castleton/Losehill Hall, YHA Edale, YHA Sherwood Forest, YHA Whitby, YHA Eyam – Free of Charge

Forthcoming familiarisation visits from the Youth Hostels Association at YHA Castleton Losehill Hall, YHA Edale, YHA Sherwood Forest, YHA Whitby and YHA Eyam as follows. These events are free of charge and an overnight stay may be available if required to … Continue reading

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YHA Familiarisation Visits – YHA Castleton/Losehill Hall, YHA Edale, YHA York, YHA Whitby – Free of Charge

Forthcoming familiarisation visits to the Youth Hostels Association at YHA Castleton Losehill Hall, YHA Edale, YHA York and YHA Whitby as follows. These events are free of charge and an overnight stay may be available if required to get a … Continue reading

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Cliffe House Outdoor Study Centre

Cliffe House Outdoor Study and Conference Centre is located on the edge of the village of Shepley close to the Barnsley/Kirklees border. Location map here. Cliffe House provides residential and day visit outdoor learning activities, mainly for primary school groups. The … Continue reading

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YHA Sherwood Forest – Free Familiarisation Visit 10th April

Forthcoming familiarisation visit to YHA Sherwood on 10th April 2014 – places still available. This event is free of charge and an overnight stay may be available if required to get a good feel for the venue and accommodation, subject to … Continue reading

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Barnsley Museums, Galleries & Country Parks: Educational Visits

Barnsley Museums consist of 5 sites – Cooper Art Gallery, Experience Barnsley Museum & Discovery Centre, Worsbrough Country Museum & Country Park, Cannon Hall Museum Park & Gardens and Elsecar Heritage Centre. For the 2013/2014 academic year, we are offering … Continue reading

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