The Old School centre is the original Robinwood centre where it all started 20 years ago! One of the highlights for children of a visit to the Old School is a trip up to Orchan Rocks; a pile of natural boulders that is perfect for children to wriggle under and through. We also have an ‘Alien Conspiracy’ session taking place on the moors above the centre. These activity sessions mean that the Old School Centre offers the most authentic outdoor experience using natural resources. The centre accommodates 75 children, and is the smallest of the Robinwood Centres, so has a really homely and friendly feel.
The Old School has outstanding indoor provision for challenging high activities such as Trapeze, Crate Challenge and Climbing, and an indoor archery area, enabling activities to take place all year round.
Todmorden is a small market town in the South Pennines with an important industrial history, built on the area’s success in the cotton trade. It is the only town in England to have produced two Nobel Prize winners!
Todmorden has plenty of affordable housing, shops, restaurants, a market, a historic theatre and a sports centre. The quirky town of Hebden Bridge with its cinema, small theatre and independent shops is nearby, and Manchester and Leeds are easily accessible by direct train links.
Situated at the meeting point of three steep valleys, Todmorden is an ideal base for walking, climbing, mountain biking and many more outdoor activities.
Dobroyd Castle is set high above Todmorden enjoying some fantastic views of the surrounding area. It is a historic listed building with wonderful architecture. Todmorden has plenty of affordable housing, shops, restaurants, a market and other amenities including a sports centre. The quirky town of Hebden Bridge is nearby and Manchester and Leeds are easily accessible by direct train links.
Maes-y-Nant dates back to the late Victorian era. It’s name when translated means ‘house by a stream’. Just 35 miles from the Snowdonia National Park and a stones throw from the marvellous Pontcysyllte Aqueduct. Wrexham is both a launch pad for adventurous activities and a wonderful place to explore in its own right.
Barhaugh Hall is situated in beautiful countryside on the Cumbria / Northumbria border in one of the last truly unspoiled rural areas in England,. The town of Alston is small but picturesque, with shops, cafes, a garage, supermarket and other amenities. In summer many tourists visit Alston, drawn by its quaint cobbled streets, and proximity to many beautiful areas to walk and cycle.