Tuesday, 25 September 2012

July & August at Adventure 21

Apologies for the long delay in getting our blog written, July, August and the beginning of September have been a really busy time for the Adventure 21 team.

I am still in charge of the office at the minute as Lisa is still on maternity leave and the good news is that baby Sol is doing well and is already in training to be an Adventure 21 instructor, well you need to start them early really don't you.

Summer Holidays

Family bush craft day
The weather over the summer didn't break any records...well maybe for the amount of rain and the number of dull days. Even so our customers came out to play and all had a great time. The feeling of "well if its wet, we may as well do something in the wet" has never been so strong.

Gorge scrambling during the summer holidays in Coniston, Lake District
This summer we have seen a big increase in the number of customers who are coming back to us year on year. Its great to start as customers and go away as friends which is what we like at Adventure 21, its one big family. Come and find out.

Sit on top kayaks on Coniston Water
As we move into Autumn it looks like the weather is going to improve so why not come and visit us. We still have plenty going on all year round. The views at the minute are fantastic as well, especially in the mornings.

Aaron kitting up Graham Ballard
During a recent sponsored abseil we had the pleasure of meeting Graham Ballard 100 metre sprint silver medal winner. He was great to talk to and let us all wear his medal. A proud moment for the Adventure 21 instructors.

All ages took part in the day and raised money for the church roof fund. Its a great way to help with local causes.

Even the young spectators enjoyed to abseil when mum came down.

Adventure 21 run many sponsored events through the year, if you need any help or advice on this please get in touch with us.

Well hopefully with the season getting a little bit quieter i may get time to keep you updated about whats going on behind the schemes at Adventure 21, take care and see you all soon, cheers Dave