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Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
Llangollen 2011 website version
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  • 1. Welcome Croeso!
  • 2. Why go on a residential?
    • Supports National Curriculum e.g. Outdoor Adventurous Activities in PE, problem solving in Maths, rivers and mountains in Geography
    • Character building & independence
    • Promotes co-operation and team work
    • Boosts self confidence & self esteem
  • 3. Where are we going?
    • Llangollen
    A small town in Denbighshire, North-East Wales, situated on the River Dee and on the edge of the Berwyn Mountains.
  • 4. Why Llangollen? Contrasting locality that’s not too far away, but far enough for that sense of adventure! Wide range of activities available Highly experienced instructors
  • 5. When are we going? Tuesday 14 th June 2011 Leave school at 10am to Friday 17 th June 2011 Arrive back at Norwood around 12pm
  • 6. Accommodation
    • Tyn Dwr Hall was build in the 1860’s and has just undergone major refurbishment. It is currently owned and operated by The University of Central Lancashire (uclan).
    The centre is located approximately 2 miles from the town of Llangollen.
  • 7. Rooms The children will be sleeping in dormitories ranging in size from 4 to 10 beds. Staff have smaller rooms, which are situated close to the children’s rooms.
  • 8. Meals
    • Everyone eats together in the dining room or outdoor decked area
    • Cooked breakfast
    • (toast and cereal also available)
    • Packed lunch
    • 3 course evening meal
    • (two choices, always a vegetarian option)
  • 9. Facilities
    • There are lots of facilities available for the children:
    • Activities room
    • Court yard
    • Games room
    • Large field
    • Drying room
    • Disco area
    • Outside picnic area
  • 10. Activities Several activities take place off-site. All such activities, except gorge walking, are located within a 10 minute drive of the centre Transport to and from all off site activities is included.
  • 11. On-site activities High Ropes
  • 12. Off-site activities Castle Walk
  • 13. Off-site activities Gorge Walking
  • 14. Off-site activities Canoeing
  • 15. Off-site activities Climbing and Abseiling
  • 16. Communication! We are very aware that it may be the first time away from home, for some children. However, we do not want to risk children bringing and loosing mobile phones. If there is an emergency you can contact the main office.
  • 17. Safety!
    • Children accompanied by 6 Norwood staff
    • Sleeping areas have key coded access
    • 24hr on-site security
    • Fire drill on arrival
    • Specialist instructors fully trained and CRB checked
  • 18. Kit List In addition to the usual items, such as old clothes, towels, warm clothes etc children may also bring a disposable camera and £2 spending money per day. A full kit list can be found at the back of your pack
  • 19. Cost
    • £180*
    • *This does not include transport to and from Llangollen, which has kindly been funded by the PTA.
  • 20. Deposit
    • To secure accommodation we need a non refundable £25 deposit by 15 th November 2010
    • The final balance is payable by 29 th April 2011
    Mrs Taylor has volunteered to set up a savings club for the trip, where you can pay weekly by small instalments.
  • 21. Questions?

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