Disabled Access Statement
While we welcome enquiries from disabled people, the nature of our programmes (which involves walking on mountain, moorland, riverside and coastal paths and a fair amount of getting in and out of vehicles) means that they are regrettably not suitable for most wheelchair users.
Our accommodation is widely dispersed on a hillside with gravel paths, steps and steep inclines in some places. Much of the estate is wild land – woods, moorland and rough pasture.
The Magnus House is fully wheelchair accessible on the inside. It does not have a lift in the disabled toilet. The exterior has a narrow hard standing around it allowing easy wheelchair access to the sensory garden. The auditorium is fitted with an induction loop.
Our education department - Naturedays - works with various local groups of people with special education needs, disabilites and other vulnerabilities.