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54 acre classroom on your doorstep – Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning

 

Michelle was joined in the studio by Joe Smith, Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator for Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning

Joe talks about the range of activities at Lambourne End Centre that benefit young people.

 

JOE SMITH 

 

ABOUT LAMBOURNE END

A rural haven on the edge of London, Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning invest in people and their potential. Nicknamed the “54 acre classroom”, our work uses adventure, farm and environmental activities to provide outdoor learning to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

We work mostly with young people, especially those with Special Education Needs (SEN), though our Centre is accessible for everybody. We aim to inspire each individual to have fun learning, build confidence, raise self-esteem, experience a sense of achievement, stay healthy, improve communication and teamwork, conquer fears and develop new and existing skills.

Beneficiaries can achieve this with us in various ways. It may involve scaling our 45ft climbing wall or abseiling back down it. It could be to navigate their way through 200m of underground tunnels or across the tricky low ropes course without plunging into the swampy water below. Perhaps they want to handle a restless goat or a rare breed of chicken they may never have seen before. Their achievement might come in learning something new about nature and conservation by hunting for insects and bugs in our pond, woodlands and flora.

 

OPEN DAY – SUNDAY SECOND APRIL 2023 – ADMISSION IS FREE 11am – 4pm

Come along, everyone is welcome, see for yourself what Lambourne End Centre do and their range of activities

020 8500 3047 ext. 0223 

Manor Road, Lambourne End, Essex 

RM4 1NB 

www.lambourne-end.org.uk      

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54 acre classroom on your doorstep – Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning

 

Michelle was joined in the studio by Joe Smith, Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator for Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning

Joe talks about the range of activities at Lambourne End Centre that benefit young people.

 

JOE SMITH 

 

ABOUT LAMBOURNE END

A rural haven on the edge of London, Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning invest in people and their potential. Nicknamed the “54 acre classroom”, our work uses adventure, farm and environmental activities to provide outdoor learning to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

We work mostly with young people, especially those with Special Education Needs (SEN), though our Centre is accessible for everybody. We aim to inspire each individual to have fun learning, build confidence, raise self-esteem, experience a sense of achievement, stay healthy, improve communication and teamwork, conquer fears and develop new and existing skills.

Beneficiaries can achieve this with us in various ways. It may involve scaling our 45ft climbing wall or abseiling back down it. It could be to navigate their way through 200m of underground tunnels or across the tricky low ropes course without plunging into the swampy water below. Perhaps they want to handle a restless goat or a rare breed of chicken they may never have seen before. Their achievement might come in learning something new about nature and conservation by hunting for insects and bugs in our pond, woodlands and flora.

 

OPEN DAY – SUNDAY SECOND APRIL 2023 – ADMISSION IS FREE 11am – 4pm

Come along, everyone is welcome, see for yourself what Lambourne End Centre do and their range of activities

020 8500 3047 ext. 0223 

Manor Road, Lambourne End, Essex 

RM4 1NB 

www.lambourne-end.org.uk      

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54 acre classroom on your doorstep – Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning

 

Michelle was joined in the studio by Joe Smith, Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator for Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning

Joe talks about the range of activities at Lambourne End Centre that benefit young people.

 

JOE SMITH 

 

ABOUT LAMBOURNE END

A rural haven on the edge of London, Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning invest in people and their potential. Nicknamed the “54 acre classroom”, our work uses adventure, farm and environmental activities to provide outdoor learning to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

We work mostly with young people, especially those with Special Education Needs (SEN), though our Centre is accessible for everybody. We aim to inspire each individual to have fun learning, build confidence, raise self-esteem, experience a sense of achievement, stay healthy, improve communication and teamwork, conquer fears and develop new and existing skills.

Beneficiaries can achieve this with us in various ways. It may involve scaling our 45ft climbing wall or abseiling back down it. It could be to navigate their way through 200m of underground tunnels or across the tricky low ropes course without plunging into the swampy water below. Perhaps they want to handle a restless goat or a rare breed of chicken they may never have seen before. Their achievement might come in learning something new about nature and conservation by hunting for insects and bugs in our pond, woodlands and flora.

 

OPEN DAY – SUNDAY SECOND APRIL 2023 – ADMISSION IS FREE 11am – 4pm

Come along, everyone is welcome, see for yourself what Lambourne End Centre do and their range of activities

020 8500 3047 ext. 0223 

Manor Road, Lambourne End, Essex 

RM4 1NB 

www.lambourne-end.org.uk      

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54 acre classroom on your doorstep – Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning

 

Michelle was joined in the studio by Joe Smith, Fundraising and Marketing Coordinator for Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning

Joe talks about the range of activities at Lambourne End Centre that benefit young people.

 

JOE SMITH 

 

ABOUT LAMBOURNE END

A rural haven on the edge of London, Lambourne End Centre for Outdoor Learning invest in people and their potential. Nicknamed the “54 acre classroom”, our work uses adventure, farm and environmental activities to provide outdoor learning to people of all ages, backgrounds and abilities.

We work mostly with young people, especially those with Special Education Needs (SEN), though our Centre is accessible for everybody. We aim to inspire each individual to have fun learning, build confidence, raise self-esteem, experience a sense of achievement, stay healthy, improve communication and teamwork, conquer fears and develop new and existing skills.

Beneficiaries can achieve this with us in various ways. It may involve scaling our 45ft climbing wall or abseiling back down it. It could be to navigate their way through 200m of underground tunnels or across the tricky low ropes course without plunging into the swampy water below. Perhaps they want to handle a restless goat or a rare breed of chicken they may never have seen before. Their achievement might come in learning something new about nature and conservation by hunting for insects and bugs in our pond, woodlands and flora.

 

OPEN DAY – SUNDAY SECOND APRIL 2023 – ADMISSION IS FREE 11am – 4pm

Come along, everyone is welcome, see for yourself what Lambourne End Centre do and their range of activities

020 8500 3047 ext. 0223 

Manor Road, Lambourne End, Essex 

RM4 1NB 

www.lambourne-end.org.uk      

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