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Welcome...

Woodlands WelcomeLooking for a place to have fun, to make friends, to get fit and to learn, whilst outdoors, then Woodlands Adventure & Outdoor Learning is for you!

Woodlands Adventure comprises a 36-acre main site which includes 17 acres of protected woodland, at Bourne Vale near Aldridge, Walsall, West Midlands. The site incorporates a main recreation building the Saintbury building, a dormitory block and sports hall. The camping field has a cabin, eating area plus separate toilet and shower facilities.

Woodlands Adventure is available to groups from all types of young peoples organisations, schools and colleges, especially for the disadvantaged and those with special needs.

Get an insight into what Woodlands Adventure can provide by watching the video below it features a day in the week long visit by the Kaleidoscope Club from New Oscott, a summer group for disabled children in the Birmingham area also included are children of the clubs leaders.



The activities at Woodlands Adventure are extremely wide ranging. The outstanding features of the centre are the recently built high ropes course and a full scale assault course constructed around and across a natural lake culminating with a zip wire 110 metres long that runs across the lake.

Woodlands Adventure's main activities are:

  • Woodlands Adventure Assault CourseArchery
  • Assault Course
  • Canoeing
  • Climbing & Abseiling
  • High Ropes Course
  • Kayaking
  • Team Building
  • Zip Line

In addition to the above activities Woodland's Adventure can also offer:

  • Rafting at Woodlands AdventureImprovised Raft Build
  • Orienteering
  • Forest School
  • Evening Visits
  • Shelter Building
  • Work Experience Places
  • Campfire
  • D of E Gold Placement
It's a knockout' style fun days can also be organised by arrangement.

The woodlands and surrounding countryside provide ample opportunity for leaders to exercise freedom in planning with
The Zip Wire at Woodlands Adventureself organised activities such as:

  • Nature Trails
  • Pond Dipping
  • Plant And Tree Identification
  • Surveying
  • Bird and Animal Behaviour
  • Sketching and Painting
  • Walking
  • Volunteer Work

Woodlands Adventure is a great place for your group to learn about the outdoors, bond and gain friendship. Woodlands Adventure caters for all groups of children, especially the disadvantaged, disabled and those with special needs.

Woodlands Adventure is also able to provide corporate away days to meet specific requirements. Please do not hesitate to contact us so we can arrange a tailor made programme for you. Your custom will be directly assisting us to achieve our principle aim of benefiting the lives of disadvantaged people in the west midlands. So please give us a ring to experience all that Woodlands Adventure has to offer.



This website will enable you to find out more about Woodlands Adventure, you can also check availability on our Booking pages where you can complete a booking request form to take your enquiry to the next stage.

Need directions to get here go to our Find Us page enter your postcode or address into the box below the map showing the Woodlands Adventure location and and the map will change to display the route with driving instructions below.

If you need any further information do not hesitate to contact us on 0121 353 7329.




 


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    Investment management firm gets muddy for charity
    Brewin Dolphin’s Birmingham office is celebrating its 250 year anniversary by supporting the Woodlands Adventure and Outdoor Learning charity.  The centre was established in 1924 to give opportunities for poor children to escape the city environment and experience the benefits of the countryside.  It is now an outdoor centre with facilities for a wide range of activities and welcomes visitors from all walks of life but particularly the disadvantaged and those with special needs.    At a visit to the charity, one group from the company focused on gardening led by divisional director Debbie Lilburne (pictured front row third from right) who is also a Trustee for the charity. The second group was tasked with painting the shower and toilet cubicles. The afternoon was spent using the charity’s outdoor facilities, starting with the high ropes course, before getting muddy on the assault course and zip wire, and then finishing with archery.
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