We caught up with David our CEO during one of his visits to Head Office and asked him a few questions, so we could get to know him a little better!
Please tell us a little about yourself?
My wife and I live in Oxfordshire and
This September, 22 young adults travelled up to Whithaugh Park, in the Scottish Borders, to start a new chapter in their lives – as Trainee Instructors with Rock UK.
During their initial three month long induction (September
Three generations from one family spent summer 2019 raising funds and vital awareness for Rock UK.
Reece Ball started his Rock UK gap year this month as a trainee instructor. Part of his role is to raise funds to support the
Since 2013, the Rock UK Bursary Fund has helped over 2,000 children and young people. Richard Sewell, Frontier Centre Director, explains how the bursary began and how the demand has grown to provide outdoor adventure to over 700
During the summer and Easter school breaks we run holiday clubs for those living close to a Rock UK centre! You see, we really do not like to miss an opportunity to bring outdoor adventure to young people!
We have welcomed hundreds
Over the summer, we welcomed six families to our very first Christian family camp at our beautiful site in the Scottish Borders countryside. Claire Musson, Whithaugh Park’s Customer Relationship Manager, tells us more about
We are pleased to announce the appointment of David Locke as our new Chief Executive.
David Locke takes over from John Heasman who left Rock UK and joined CCT Conference Centres earlier in the summer.
David joins us from The Berkshire
Linden’s first week at Rock UK was a whirlwind of outdoor adventure with our Senior Leadership Team. Activities included a 10-mile trek, sleeping under the stars in a one-man tent and an evening of entertainment around the campfire
Spree Central is an annual summer event hosted at Frontier Centre and run in partnership with Urban Saints. We welcomed around 700 adults, teenagers and children onto the site to enjoy a weekend packed full of adventure, activities
The Peterborough Diocese Education Trust is a multi-academy trust of 30 schools across Northamptonshire and Rutland. The academies come together each year to host a maths enrichment event for year 5 pupils across the trust. The
We love to work in partnership with youth and children’s organisations across the country to transform young lives through outdoor adventure.
Working in partnership with Urban Saints, we welcomed over 200 children, young people
Across our four adventure centres, we welcome 60,000 visitors each year, including over 400 schools. Outdoor adventure activities help to build fitness and promote physical wellbeing. They also help with concentration, improve
We are proud to join in with Outdoor Classroom Day, a global campaign to celebrate and inspire outdoor learning and play. Thousands of schools around the world take lessons outdoors and prioritise playtime. This year so far almost
It’s that time of year when students are busy revising for their SATs, GCSEs and A level exams. A revision residential can be a great opportunity to focus students, grow confidence and reduce stress. Here’s five reasons
Every year we run a free 1 or 2 year instructor training programme for young people which combines faith, learning and adventure. Jez Parker, aged 19 from Kent, is in his second year of the programme.
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