New Year - New Adventure @ Kepplewray

We are really looking forward to 2022 here at Kepplewray and all the opportunities that it will bring to continue enjoying outdoor activities here in the Lake District.

Ask us about generous subsidies from our new Kepplewray Participation Inclusion Fund for your next visit if you or your group live with disadvantage, disability or other factor holding you back from mainstream activities.  Click here for more information.

Latest News...

Cumbria's High Sheriff visits Kepplewray...

Cumbria’s High Sheriff David Beeby visited Kepplewray to meet disadvantaged youngsters who have been helped by the centre.

Since the onset of the pandemic, The Kepplewray Centre for Outdoor Activities at Broughton has raised nearly £50,000 to offer heavily subsidised breaks to vulnerable, disadvantaged, disabled and minority ethnic young people recovering from multiple lockdowns.

To read the full story click here

Coniston to Barrow Walk...

12 of our supporters took part in the Coniston to Barrow Walk to raise money for Kepplewray's Participation Inclusion Fund.  The walk is 21 miles long and each person was sponsored to complete the route.

We wish them good luck and all of us at Kepplewray say a big thank you to them for taking part.

To donate click here

The Kepplewray Participation Inclusion Fund

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The Kepplewray Centre provides subsidies to help get financially disadvantaged young people, and anyone living with disability or other barriers back into the great outdoors!


Our new Participation Inclusion Fund is made possible by generous donations, and provides discounts to qualifying individuals within groups for our great range of day and residential activity breaks.


Click here for more information.