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The Kepplewray Centre

Broughton in Furness, United Kingdom
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About The Kepplewray Centre
Kepplewray is a Christian-based charity, and our aim is to help people discover Adventure and discover Life. Our fully accessible residential centre accommodates up to 73 guests within the Lake District National Park, and caters for a wide range of user groups, regardless of ability. Expertly-led activities include abseiling, mountain-walking, kayaking, canoeing, ghyll-scrambling and archery.
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Esther P wrote a review 14 May
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Our small group came for the day and had a great time. The instructors were clear and helpful, they gauged the group well and the activities were suitable for all who attended.
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Date of experience: May 2021
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Savy Explorer wrote a review 9 May
Dalton-in-Furness, United Kingdom94 contributions25 helpful votes
We had an amazing day with Chris at the Kepplewray Centre! My little sister has Downs Syndrome so it was really brilliant that she could join in with all of the activities, completely inclusive, which is hard to find in our area. We did archery, bush craft and canoeing around Coniston. Chris was lovely and very knowledgable about the bushcraft especially. Would highly recommend, we had the best day. Thank you so much, hopefully we’ll be back again soon!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Jari Burnard wrote a review Oct 2020
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The instructors were very friendly and the session was thoroughly enjoyed by the whole group! Though the weather was not ideal, the rock climbing and abseil locations provided easy climbing conditions despite the rain.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Andy B wrote a review Oct 2020
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Stonyhurst College DofE Gold Assessment Expedition 10 - 15th October 2020. This was our first time using the facilities of the Kepplewray Centre and we were especially fortunate that we could during these difficult and challenging times, to enable our students to complete their Gold DofE Expedition Assessment. The students camped in the adjacent camping field and the staff located in the main building. This allowed for the students to undertake four journeys of significant length each day coming back to the facilities each evening (Allowance made by the DofE) therefore keeping the Spirit of the Award as close as we could during these extraordinary times. The Centre and Staff, Neil, Jan, Nick and Kevin could not have been more helpful and accommodating, nothing was too much trouble, a warm and comforting environment in which to start the day and more importantly to end the day. We had everything one could hope for and we will certainly be looking to be booking in for next year to facilitate our next cohort of DofE Gold Award Students, especially for their practice/training. It is without hesitation that I recommend the Kepplewray Centre and thank them once again for all their warmth and generosity. Regards and best wishes Stonyhurst College DofE Students and Staff Andrew B.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Joe C wrote a review Jul 2020
Sheffield, United Kingdom227 contributions27 helpful votes
I’ve stayed at the Kepplewrag Centre 11 times now with a group of 9-10 year old children. The welcome is always fantastic and the staff are brilliant. The food is perfect with loads of options and selection. The activities are great and the instructors are helpful and knowledgeable. I can’t recommend Kepplewray highly enough!
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Date of experience: June 2020
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