Photo by Philip Fry.
A busy day at West Somerset Railway
All photos by Mike Watson.
Sunset at the Valley of Rocks
Date for the Diary: Easter Family Activity Day at Calvert Trust Exmoor
On Friday 21st of April Calvert Trust Exmoor are holding a family activity day, open to everyone with or without a disability, for just £2 per activity, or 6 activities for £10.
Drop in anytime from 9:30am – 2pm to enjoy various activities including archery, giant swing, abseil, climbing and carriage rides. (Activities will start at 10am and be available until 3pm; last admission for new visitors will be 2pm).
Refreshments and snacks are available on site, or why not bring lunch and enjoy a picnic beside beautiful Wistlandpound reservoir?
Rob Lott, Head of Communications at Calvert Trust Exmoor; “It’s very exciting to be opening up our great activities to our local community again this year. We ran two open days in 2013 and they proved to be really popular; so much so we are planning three open days this year. Please come along to enjoy a fun day out with us and get a taste of ‘The Calvert Experience’.”
New for this year, if you want to you can pre-book your activities by emailing email@example.com in advance of the open day.
To find out more why not visit the Calvert Trust website on http://www.calvert-trust.org.uk/dropIn or phone 01598 763221. The Trust will also be running two further open days later in the year, on Friday 29th August and Friday 31st October.
Calvert Trust Exmoor is the South West’s premier holiday destination for people with disabilities, and the only 5 star accredited activity accommodation in the country. We welcome over 3,700 residential guests and 5000 day visitors a year with the philosophy of “At Calvert Trust Exmoor it’s what you CAN do that counts”. This sums up our approach to what we do, we help people of all levels of ability to fulfill their potential and be all that they can be.
Calvert Trust Exmoor is the third Calvert Trust Centre. It was opened in 1996 to offer people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities – and their friends and families – the chance to achieve their potential through the challenge of outdoor adventure.