Saturday Adventure Club
Land based activities - includes zorbing, archery, caving, climbing, fencing, bush craft (November until March)
Water based activities - canoeing, kayaking, sailing, wind surfing. (April until October)
Time: 9.30 am - 11.30 am
Cost: £6.50 per week payable by Standing order
Age: 8 to 16 years
Saturday Adventure Club is one of the great clubs we have at Caldecotte Xperience and is held all year round (except bank holiday weekends and specific dates) and provides a variety of water and land based activities for all children and young people from 8-16 years of any ability.
It is a good place for a complete beginner to experience some time out in canoe with other young people, learning how to paddle and work as a team to power the boat across the lake. Then you could take a turn in a kayak on your own, learning how to paddle with a double bladed paddle, making tight turns and changing direction under your own steam.
Our skilled instructors will teach you everything you need to know about water safety and paddle sports. You can have a go at sailing in a Pico after learning how to rig the sails and have fun sailing across the water. You can even have a go at windsurfing for the first time.
On land you can have a go at climbing, bouldering, high ropes, caving, archery, fencing or bushcraft. There are so many things to choose from at Caldecotte that you won't ever get bored. You can constantly try something new and improve skills until you gain a qualification or even take up volunteering to help at a club yourself.
Suitable comfortable warm clothing, old coat, plimsolls or trainers, wind proof top.
Please wrap up warm for outdoor activities.
To join please print and post a copy of the registration form with your Standing order details to:
Saturday Adventure Club
George Amey Centre,
Once you have registered please arrive for the first session on the course as detailed.
You will be contacted by email if we are unable to process your registration for any reason.
Working with young people with additional needs
We have some of the best additional needs facilities in the region and are the only local provider with adapted equipment and trained staff who can support young people with disabilities to fully participate in outdoor adventure learning and residential stays. We strive to ensure that the widest range of activities and programmes are available and accessible, even for young people with the most complex needs.