Summer Limitless days are here, get booked on now!
Activity Days for Young People with Additional Needs & their Families
Our activity sessions have been designed to suit a range of needs and can be easily adapted regardless of learning, physical or sensory needs. This is a great opportunity to take part in some fun adventurous outdoor activities in the safe hands of our skilled and experienced staff. We will work closely with you before and during your visit to ensure that your family get the most out of your visit to us.
Mornings are spent at Fort Widely Equestrian Centre, taking part in some horse riding and yard fun. The afternoons take place at Fort Purbrook Activity Centre, where two different activities take place in the afternoon.
Come together with other like minded families and participate in a range of adventurous outdoor activities specifically adapted to meet individual needs and ensure each family member achieves, learns, laughs and has fun in the outdoors together. Our instructors have extensive experience and training in working with a range of special educational needs and disabilities. We have adapted activities so families can experience climbing and bouldering, bushcraft and woodland skills, archery and rifle shooting and of course horse riding together.
Young people and their families or carers can take advantage of our fantastic activities during their school holidays on a trip to the Peter Ashley Activity centres for as little as £5 per person for half a day or £10 per person for a full day.
*one carer or one parent come for free.
*8-18 years of age for participants
Our Limitless Day programmes run every Thursday during the school summer holidays. Starting on the 3rd August.
You can arrive at the centre between 0930-1000, with the first round of sessions due to start at 1000.
For horse riding please read the following details so that we can make sure you are in the right group.
The horse riding will be split in to two category’s. Category one are riders who can support their own body weight when sat on a horse and can hold the reins, they will be able to take part in the RDA programme.
Category two are riders who cannot support their own body weight when sat on a horse, they will get the chance to be hoisted on to one of the robotic horses and have the experience of riding a horse in a safe and controlled manner.
Both groups will get the chance to see the horses in the stables and to help groom them.
Maximum number of 8 participants per group for horse riding.
All of our activities are accessible, but just so we know who is coming and how best to run the session could you please supply us with a short bio of the participant you are booking on.
You can arrive at the centre between 1300-1345, with the first round of sessions due to start at 1345. Teas and coffees, along with juices are available during the afternoon for free.
Maximum number of 12 participants per group
For Half a day, either AM or PM – £5, per person
For a Full Day – £10.00, per person
One carer or parent free of charge.
at least on adult must accompany the participant or participants for their time with us.
Our fully qualified instructors will inspire everyone to achieve and learn while spending the day having bags of fun. All safety equipment is provided.
There are no catering or vending facilities at both centres. Don’t forget to bring a packed lunch and plenty to drink (water bottles can be refilled).
Due to rare unforeseen circumstances (eg: bad weather, damaged equipment) the activity session may adapt and in some cases may be substituted for an appropriate alternative.
To book your Summer adventure, contact the centre using the form in our contact section or call the number below and speak to one of our team.