Active Learning Group plans new outdoor learning center in Snowdonia | News and insights


Nestled in the Snowdonia National Park mountain range in Wales, The Towers offers days of mountain trekking, kayaking and rock climbing.

The new site joins Sealyham (coastal site of Active Learning Group, acquired last year) and Cuffley (an outdoor center in the woods in the heart of Hertfordshire) to become the third active learning center.

Active Learning Group’s senior team combines more than three decades of indoor and outdoor education experience and has built a portfolio of businesses that provide children with a variety of learning experiences outside of the classroom. class.

A full refurbishment is currently underway at The Towers with the aim of opening the center in early 2023.

Pat Milston, Managing Director of Active Learning Group, said: “Towers, such as Cuffley and Sealyham, will provide transformational outdoor learning experiences and adventures for young people, engaging in all aspects offered by the one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the UK.

“In these wonderful environments, our core team of qualified instructors, educational facilitators and management will provide the same high level of learning, customer service and service that our visitors have come to expect and deserve.

“Active Learning Centres, through our unique use of the forests, the coast and now the mountains, are now able to offer a truly progressive program of experiences, all with a common goal of developing character and essential skills and promote well-being.”

The Towers, Wales

Nigel Miller, CEO of Active Learning Group, added: “We are passionate about making outdoor education as accessible to as many children as possible, and we are excited to expand our offering. .

“Our active learning centers can now create a journey that takes young people to the enchantment of the woods, the charm of the coast and the wonders of the mountains.

“While educational, these experiences are important for building confidence, resilience, and character along the way.”


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