There is so much to see and do at Warwick Castle, it’s hard to sum up in a short paragraph….from dragon slaying, to jousting, exploring the dungeons, seeing the birds of prey and you can even stay overnight. They have a full accessibility guide that you can download and plan from before your visit.
The Day Out is delivered nationally in conjunction with Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland (RIBI) and provides the children who attend with an experience that brings both fun and happiness into their lives. The Day Out could be as simple as visiting the seaside, zoo or theme park but for the children who attend this is often a once in a lifetime experience.
The Orchyd holiday aims to be a fantastic ten-day experience. Based in St. Martin’s Church Hall in Ruislip, where the children lay their heads at night and where they are assigned a helper each morning before setting off on another amazing day’s adventure.
Based around a beautiful 17th century farmhouse, in the heart of Cheshire countryside, the Charity offers free adventure breaks and activities to children who are disadvantaged by illness, disability and poverty, from all over the Northwest.
Helping young carers and other children in need. They go walking, swim in the sea and build sandcastles on the beach. They play, learn and are cared for in safe and encouraging environments growing in confidence by challenging themselves and trying new activities.
This charity now forms part of the Outward Bounds family and the activities will be managed by them in conjunction with CCHF.
Accessible cruise ships offering disabled cabins, disabled WC’s and lifts to all levels. Destination such as Norway, Antarctics and Greenland.